Elaine Kim

About Elaine Kim
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Elaine Kim is the Co-Founder of CRIB, a social enterprise that empowers women to become successful entrepreneurs through networking opportunities, business matching, and professional development. She is a medical doctor, serial entrepreneur and an experienced angel investor. A member of the Business Families Institute (BFI@SMU), Elaine is also the CEO of Trehaus, an integrated co-lifestyle space for families in Funan with a preschool and childcare, office space and family club.

Elaine is an ambassador for SNOW (Say "No" to the Oppression of Women"), a UN Women initiative, and has led awareness-building and fundraising initiatives for causes that support patients with cancer, the terminally ill, and which protect at-risk children from trafficking and abuse. Elaine was also selected as a Young Global Leader (YGL) by the World Economic Forum. She is married to venture capitalist John Kim, the managing partner of Amasia VC, a cross-border venture capital firm. They have 3 young sons.

Speaker

The Role of Angel Investing in Asia

2020 06 12

With entrepreneurship rapidly emerging as a pillar of modern economic development, it is more important than ever that capital is deployed to support their growth, particularly for impact enterprises. The catalyst for this session is the ground-breaking report that SPF…Read More



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