Mentoring Young Leaders



Founder, CEO and Chief Mentor
ThreeEQ, Inc.


1. Chief Mentor of Next-Gen Leaders, guiding Gen Z and Millennial achievers in selected client families for (Ivy League and highly competitive) college admissions, high-end career, leadership, and life success. In addition:

  • Acclaimed author of Young Leaders 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-Generation Achievers
  • Former Forbes contributor on Elite College Admissions, Leadership, Education, and Entrepreneurship (over 1.5 million views)
  • Featured for “Leadership 3.0 Intelligence” and as 1 of 8 “Industry Men of 2020” in Clientele Luxury Global Magazine
  • Named “Preeminent Mentor for Next-Gen Leaders” by Black Tie International Magazine (also in Chinese )

2. CEO/Board Strategic Advisor, Global Business Rainmaker, and C-Suite Coach for selected (tech) companies, UHNW family enterprises, and family offices (See Biography below). Additionally:

  • Member, Future of Work and Education Taskforce, The B20 / G20
  • Member, ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Northern California Advisory Council
  • Member, C-suite Committee, Astia (Investor group led by a woman CEO)
  • Member, Steering Committee, DC Finance (Family office conferences)
  • Member, Global Executive Panel, HolonIQ (Education/edtech industry research)
  • Member, Global Advisory Council, World Chinese Economic Summit
  • Delegate, Forbes Global CEO Conference (8 years before Forbes was acquired)

3. Keynote/Fireside/Panel Speaker, Moderator, and Masterclass Leader (with his own speakership platform and also represented by leading speakers bureaus around the world). In addition:

  • Keynote speaker/masterclass leader co-sponsored by alumni clubs of Harvard Business School, Harvard, Stanford GSB, UC Berkeley Haas, and Wharton
  • Guest lecturer, Stanford University
  • Guest lecturer, UC Berkeley

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Jason L. Ma is CEO and Chief Mentor at ThreeEQ, a family-owned, premier education and global (tech) business consultancy. ThreeEQ is also deeply engaged in applied research. Jason earned his way to being a delegate to the Forbes Global CEO Conference (mainly billionaires and UHNWIs) for 8 years before Forbes Media was acquired by an Asian firm. Jason is Silicon Valley’s leading member of the Future of Work and Education Taskforce at the B20, the G20’s private sector advisory council representing the global business community across all G20 economies, since 2014. The following gives Jason’s profile by role or category.

As a global business and education leader, entrepreneur, and investor, Jason Ma has 36 years of seasoned experience in technology, education, and other industries, and nearly 3 million miles of world travel across Asia Pacific, Europe/Middle East, and Americas. As a senior executive earlier in his career, he successfully co-built leading tech companies (subsequent IPO or M&A) and teams, and led international sales and marketing of mobile/wireless infrastructure equipment and systems, IT/network security products and systems, and Internet services to major mobile operators, telcos, enterprises, government agencies, and ISPs primarily across Greater China, Southeast Asia, Australia/NZ, India/South Asia, Japan, and South Korea. And as an entrepreneurial CEO and strategist, he co-founded, invested in, and exited astutely from a few U.S., Chinese, and Indian tech companies in mobile payment, e-payment, new media, education technology (edtech) platform and SaaS, and education services. He also advised family offices and firms in private equity, venture capital, hedge fund, wealth management, private banking, investment banking, management consulting, and real estate.

As a loving father, observant globetrotter, and edtech CEO 13 years ago, Jason Ma saw that most young people (including his own two daughters) felt a bit angsty or lost, that high achievers were overstressed or overanxious, and that almost all students had yet to unleash their full potential and actualize their best selves. Wasted or untapped potential, leaving future money on the table, he thought. What if I help them really shine, win, grow, and be happier—with greater impact and long-term gains? Jason also noticed that there was a dearth of truly high-quality, next-generation leaders around the world. He pondered. Then he decided to dedicate his second career to transforming next-gen achievers, preparing them to gain admission to great universities, mentoring them to develop powerful mindsets and soft skills, and guiding them to enter and thrive in high-end careers as rising, impactful leaders.

In 2007, he co-founded IvyMax, a private college counseling, test prep, and academic and activity enrichment services company by executing the international merger of a chain of learning centers, which was run by a family, and an education technology and SaaS startup, where he was co-founder and CEO. Because families were most available to meet in center during Saturdays and Sundays, he compassionately worked full time every weekend for a few years. Learn more about Jason’s IvyMax story under the Past Work Experience section below.

In late 2011, Jason departed IvyMax via a mutual agreement, reclaimed his weekends, and freed himself up to pursue his next-level mission. That’s when he founded ThreeEQ, with initial focus on guiding more deeply and powerfully 1-on-1 the motivated students in selected, high-end client families worldwide. Not burdened with the time/energy/costs of a facilities-based business, he operated a more flexible, cost-effective “global mobile virtual office” by mainly using Zoom wherever quiet with reliable Internet access. (At his previous company, Jason brought in Eric Yuan, who is now on the Forbes 400, as an investor; Jason saw Eric giving birth to Zoom!)

As Chief Mentor of Next-Gen Leaders known in high-level circles today, Jason Ma and Team ThreeEQ are the next generation’s foremost mentor and coach for competitive college admissions, high-end career, leadership, and life successJason has masterfully and successfully inspired and guided 1-on-1 numerous Gen Z and elder achievers in selected families and companies to accomplish great results, live more happily, and transform upward—with pragmatic emotional, social, and leadership intelligence (“3EQ”) for greater impact and long-term gains.

Over the past 13 years, Jason’s own 1-on-1 success mentoring and coaching method, which became exceptionally effective, has transformed hundreds of driven high school and college students, working adults, and even C-suite leaders (Gen Z, Millennial, and Gen X achievers), and has helped them achieve strong outcomes. On college admissions, many of the students were accepted into the eight Ivy League universities and other top private and public schools, and over 100 admitted to UC Berkeley and UCLA. Given ThreeEQ’s guidance, families gain peace of mind, enrich relationships, and mitigate risk of opportunity loss—all with sound family values. Jason also helps ease succession planning for UHNW families.

A wealth of factors make ThreeEQ different, including a 100% success rate (defined by outcomes that clients are happy about) with coachable, committed, high-achieving students in selected HNW client families. ThreeEQ fully understands EXACTLY how Ivy League and highly competitive college admissions decisions are made. But Jason’s work is MORE PROFOUND than just helping kids get into college because college ISN’T their destination but is PART of their JOURNEY and a steppingstone to their greater career and personal success. His students’ growth, contributions, identity, relationships, happiness, and security for many years to come are just as vital.

Jason also helped guide brilliant, young entrepreneurs in technology and sciences as a Thiel Fellowship mentor and a Kairos Society mentor.

As a CEO/board strategic advisor, global business rainmaker, and C-suite coach today, besides helping the Next Gen and families achieve great outcomes, ThreeEQ CEO/Chief Mentor Jason Ma personally helps selected (tech) companies, UHNW family enterprises, and family offices progress strategically and pragmatically to next levels. Depending on the client, Jason addresses global/U.S./Asia Pacific/China business/revenue growth, international affairs, corporate/business development, private equity/M&A, venture/strategic investment, digital transformation, HR/human capital, succession planning, the future of work and education, and/or (multigenerational, cross-cultural, and diversity & inclusion) leadership 3.0.

To do so, Jason applies his consummate repertoire and business acumen, and engages his high-powered, global network of tycoons, Forbes Global CEOs, Fortune 500 C-suites, G20 private and public sector leaders, family offices, UHNWIs, and other decision makers. Jason was a Forbes Global CEO Conference delegate for 8 years before Forbes Media was acquired by an Asian firm.

Currently, Jason serves as

  • CEO Advisor, TraDove (B2B blockchain payment solution and B2B social media/networking)
  • CEO Advisor, CodeRev Kids [K-12 STEM/computer science education technology and services, learning management system (LMS)]
  • CEO Advisor, DeepBench (Enterprise/B2B software/SaaS platform and expert network services)
  • Advisor, Skyworks Global [Vertical takeoff and landing (VTOL) aircraft/aviation]
  • Advisor, Heather James Fine Art (Artworks of 6- to 8-figure USDs apiece)
  • Investor and one of the world’s top experts, Audvisor (Mobile learning platform and app)*
  • Member, Future of Work and Education Taskforce, The B20 / G20
  • Member, ALSAC/St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital Northern California Advisory Council
  • Member, C-suite Committee, Astia (Investor group led by a woman CEO)
  • Member, Steering Committee, DC Finance (Family office conferences)
  • Member, Global Executive Panel, HolonIQ (Education/edtech industry research)
  • Member, Global Advisory Council, World Chinese Economic Summit

* Audvisor fellow top experts include Tom Peters, Mark Thompson, Seth Godin, Heidi Roizen, Vinod Khosla, Guy Kawasaki, and about 100 others.

Additionally, Jason is privately a C-suite coach to selected CEOs/senior executives, helping them take their own business and personal/family successes to next levels. 

As an appointed, leading member of the B20 in the G20, Jason Ma serves on the Future of Work and Education Taskforce, while observing Digital Transformation and Trade & Investment. The B20 is the official voice of the private sector to the G20 heads of state and governments, representing the global business community across all G20 member states and all economic sectors. The B20 develops policy recommendations for and leads engagement with the G20, which represents over 80% of the global nominal GDP of nearly US$90 trillion and 2/3 of the worldwide population of 7.8 billion people. The G20 consists of Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Germany, France, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, South Korea, Turkey, the United Kingdom, the United States, and the European Union. Since 2014, through the G20 and B20 presidencies in Australia, Turkey, China, Germany, Argentina, and Saudi Arabia in 2020, Jason is one of only a few hundred business leaders worldwide handpicked to be B20 members.

As a sort-after keynote/fireside/panel speaker, moderator, and masterclass leaderJason Ma inspires and enlightens audiences worldwide, including billionaires and tycoons; CEOs and executives; business owners; government leaders; family office executives; investors; parents; educators; Millennial professionals and entrepreneurs; and Gen Zers at work and in graduate school, college/university, and high school. See the list of TOPICS on his professional speaking service page. He has spoken at global CEO/business conferences, Global China and India Business Meetings, tech industry events, B20 forums for the G20, enterprises, family office conferences, high-net-worth parent private events, education summits, Stanford University, UC Berkeley, INSEAD, Los Angeles Unified School District, and special events co-sponsored by alumni clubs from Harvard Business School, Harvard, Stanford GSB, UC Berkeley Haas, and Wharton. In addition his own professional speaking platform, Jason is represented by leading speakers bureaus worldwide, including All American Entertainment, A-Speakers, Champions Speakers, Executive Speakers Bureau, Harry Walker Agency, London Speaker Bureau, MFL Global, and Speaker Booking Agency.

As an influential author and media contributor, Jason Ma is the author of the critically acclaimed book Young Leaders 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-Generation Achievers. He is the former Forbes contributor on “Mentoring Young Leaders” for elite college prep and admissions, higher education, next-generation leadership, and entrepreneurship success—with over 1.4 million views and counting. He also authored Gen Z: Understanding Tomorrow’s Digital Workers in an eBook. In his career, Jason was featured in CNBC Asia (Managing Asia and Squawk Box), Business Rockstars, Fast Company, Asian Wall Street Journal, South China Morning Post, Nikkei, Channel NewsAsia, WealthBriefingAsia, JustLuxe, India West, Teen Kids News, various radio shows, and other media. Jason was featured as one of eight “Industry Men of 2020” for his “Leadership 3.0 Intelligence” in Clientele Luxury Global Magazine and was named “Preeminent Mentor for Next-Gen Leaders” by Black Tie International Magazine.

As a philanthropist, Jason believes in giving to communities both global and local. He influences positively the masses of people and businesses as a leading volunteer member of the B20 in the G20. ThreeEQ Foundation, a small donor-advised fund, works with the Silicon Valley Community Foundation in giving to causes that assist the disadvantaged, and ThreeEQ donates pro bono services to select charities.

As a student, Jason is a passionate lifelong learner and applied researcher. He holds a B.S. degree in Industrial Engineering and Operations Research at UC Berkeley College of Engineering in 1984. He also attended the evening MBA program at Santa Clara University Leavey Graduate School of Business starting 1989, but had to drop out in 1991 because his international tech sales/marketing management career demanded traveling and missing classes over 80% of the time.

As a father today, Jason values unconditional love, humor, and high standards on what matters. In his own family (playfully called the “MAfia”), he and his wife are blessed with two happy, compassionate Gen Z daughters—a Google software engineer and emerging leader, and a Wharton rising junior—both with tech industry leadership aspirations.




Bright Scholar Education Holdings Limited – Strategic Advisor (2017 – 2018)
Bright Scholar (NYSE: BEDU) is the largest operator of international (K-12) and bilingual schools in China. Its chairman is multi-billionaire Yang Huiyan, Asia’s wealthiest woman and Vice Chairman of Country Garden, one of the world’s top three real estate developers. Strategically advised VP of new business development. Thoroughly researched, identified, approached, and engaged potential U.S. top private K-12 schools and elite universities with whom to potentially strategically partner. Helped close initial agreement/memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Columbia University, UC Berkeley, and University of Pennsylvania Graduate School of Education. (Attended its IPO party in NYC in May 2017.)

Crystal Springs Resort – Senior Advisor to the Owners (2017 – 2018)
Crystal Springs Resort is NYC metro area’s premier golf and hotel resort, which consists of 2 hotels, 6 golf courses (including a few of New Jersey’s top-rated ones), 2 spas, 9 restaurants (including New Jersey’s finest restaurant), a sports club, horseback riding, an adventure center, and North America’s second largest, multimillion USDs fine wine cellar. Strategically advised the then-controlling owner, a New York-based finance and investment banking mogul. Provided private equity help by identifying, approaching, and engaging potential acquirers/buyers, which included Asian and Middle East conglomerates and billionaires.

Forbes – Contributor (2011 – 2016)
Jason Ma’s Forbes blog on Mentoring Young Leaders for U.S. elite college admissions, unconventional higher education, next-gen leadership, entrepreneurship, and mentorship success (https://www.forbes.com/sites/jasonma/) have yielded over 1.4 million views and counting. Mr. Ma’s Forbes articles were:

12. How Mentors Shape Moguls, CEOs, Celebrities, and the Next Generation of Leaders
11. How Unconventional, Experiential Learning Is Reshaping Higher Education
10. Twelve of Today’s Most Impressive Young Entrepreneurs
  9. How to Handle College Admissions Rejections
  8. Lessons Learned, Reflections, and Advice from a Harvard Student Leader
  7. Student Entrepreneurship is Humming at Elite Universities
  6. When to Say No to Harvard
  5. Advice on Applying to Top US Colleges via Early Decision or Early Action
  4. Why to Start Preparing for College in Sixth Grade
  3. College Apps Cheating Scandal Is a Learning Moment for China
  2. What It Takes to Get Into UC Berkeley
  1. College Apps: Stanford, Anyone?

GLG Council – Leader (Top 5%), Education/EdTech and Technology/Media/Telecom (TMT) in the U.S. & Asia/China (2006 – 2014)
Jason Ma counseled managing directors, principals, and industry research analysts in top and boutique financial services firms (private equity, venture capital, alternative assets, hedge fund, and investment banking) and management consulting firms — many of the big names on Wall Street and main street.

IvyMax, Inc. – Co-Founder, Interim CEO, and Senior College Counselor (2006 – 2011)
IvyMax was a leading chain of learning centers across California and in Beijing, China, and an in-center and online provider of college counseling, test prep, academic enrichment, summer camp, and other educational services that prepared students for admission to top-tier colleges and universities and beyond. Jason Ma co-founded the company by successfully leading and executing the merger of a U.S. chain of learning centers and a Chinese education technology and SaaS startup, where he was co-founder and CEO. Under a Cayman Islands holding company, the latter had engineering and market operations based in Beijing, China and the U.S.

Mr. Ma brought in renowned CEOs/senior executives, including Zoom founder and CEO (then Cisco/Webex corporate VP) Eric Yuan, a former Stanford University Provost, and Stanford and UC Berkeley professors as investors and advisors. He was instrumental in orchestrating the Board of Directors and maintaining the cap table.

As senior college counselor, along with a team of editors and support staff, Mr. Ma successfully inspired and guided 1-on-1 hundreds of high school and college transfer students, who were primarily from immigrant Asian/Chinese American families, to gain admission to top colleges and universities and beyond. Besides counseling students and parents, he worked closely with fellow co-founders and management on strategic and tactical marketing efforts. Most American staff looked to him as their internal mentor.

Congruent Partners LLC – Founder and CEO (2002 – 2011)
Congruent Partners was an international board advisory and acting CEO, CMO, and VP of sales/marketing consulting firm.

Silicon Valley-China Wireless Technology Association – Senior Advisor (2001 – 2011)
SVCWireless was Silicon Valley’s leading professional association with interests in the mobile and wireless communications industry in China. Over ten years, mentored five different presidents.

WithyaDirect (U.S. and India) – Co-Founder, Board Advisor, and Acting CEO (2004 – 2005)
WithyaDirect was a cross-border, new media startup based in Silicon Valley and Gurgaon by New Delhi, India.

AaaHaa Media (China) – Board Member, Advisor, and Investor (2003 – 2005)
AaaHaa Media (renamed from PRCDirect) was initially a call center and transformed into a new media service company based in Guangzhou, Guangdong Province, China. It focused on the Greater China markets (China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan).

Pacific Epoch (China) – Advisory Board Member (2004 – 2005)
Pacific Epoch was a TMT market research firm in Shanghai, China that partnered with my firm, Congruent Partners.

Strategic Alliance WorldGroup, Inc. – Chief Marketing Officer (2003 – 2004)
SAWG was an outsourced international business development, marketing, and sales services company for technology companies looking to expanding worldwide.

YeePay (China) – Co-Founder, Interim EVP of Corporate Development and Chief Strategy Officer; Investor (2002 – 2003)
YeePay (renamed from MobileBest) has been a leading e-payment and mobile payment service provider in China with a Cayman Islands holding company, backed by top-tier VC firms, including DFJ/Tim Draper, and angel investors. It competed against Alibaba’s AliPay and other players. Jason Ma helped craft the business plan, put together a detailed business financial model, and mentored its CEO. He successfully exited by selling his founder common shares and Series A shares to the Series D leading investor, a VC firm, years later.

Asia-Silicon Valley Connection (ASVC) – Founding Chair, Charter Members Committee (2001)
At this professional association, led building and managing a paid premium membership of a microcosm (about 150) of top decision makers and influencers across Silicon Valley. They were general partners (GPs) at top-tier venture capital firms, tech CEOs and senior executives, partners at major law, tax/accounting, and consulting firms, and a few university professors. The membership included a range of centimillionaires. Mr. Ma’s efforts helped spawn the social networking movement in Silicon Valley.

iPass Inc. – Managing Director, Asia Pacific and Japan (1997 – 2000)
Along with Netscape, iPass (Nasdaq: IPAS) was a prominent Internet services pioneer founded in the mid 90s. It was the world’s leading global Internet roaming, corporate remote access, and cross-network settlement/clearinghouse services provider. iPass technology partners included Cisco Systems and various network systems vendors. Jason Ma led building and running Asia Pacific sales and marketing, bringing in over 50% of global company revenue from Internet service providers (ISPs), carriers/telcos, channel partners, and enterprises during the company’s early stages, and achieving a dominant or leading market leadership position in nearly all target markets across Greater China, Japan, Southeast Asia, Australasia, Indian Subcontinent, and South Korea.

These included the ISPs and corporate data network services business units of NTT, NEC, Fujitsu, KDD, Sony, Japan Telecom, Hong Kong Telecom, PCCW, Hutchison, China Telecom, China Netcom, Singapore Telecom, Pacific Internet, Telstra, OzeMail, Telecom New Zealand, Malaysia Telecom, SK Telecom, Korea Telecom, VSNL, and over 100 other ISP/carrier partners and, through channel partners, enterprise customers. He was also instrumental in expanding the iPass global network of access points across APAC. Mr. Ma set up and ran offices with regional staff in Tokyo, Japan; Hong Kong, China; Singapore; and Sydney, Australia.

Celcore Inc. – Managing Director, Asia Pacific; Director, International Sales and Marketing (1995 – 1997)
Headquartered in Memphis, Tennessee, Celcore was a leading low-density cellular/mobile communication network infrastructure equipment and systems provider, which included mobile switching centers, base stations, and network managment system (NMS), and which competed against giant equipment/systems suppliers including Ericsson, Motorola, Nokia, and Siemens. Jason Ma built and ran direct and channel sales and marketing to major mobile and telecom operators in Asia Pacific, including Indonesia, Malaysia, China, Pakistan, and other markets. Average sales deal sizes were in the 7-figures. Celcore was subsequently acquired by DSC Communications, which was later acquired by Alcatel.

Peninsula Wireless Communications – Managing Director, Asia Pacific (1993 – 1995)
Peninsula Wireless Communications (named changed from Peninsula Engineering) was a leading microwave transmission repeater, microcell, and cellular repeater (fixed and mobile wireless network infrastructure) equipment and systems provider to telcos, wireless/mobile operators, and OEMs in markets worldwide. Jason Ma ran sales and marketing operations in Asia Pacific, including mainland China, Hong Kong, South Korea, Southeast Asia, Australasia, and Indian Subcontinent. Major direct customers included China Telecom (before China Mobile was spun out), Hong Kong Telecom (HKT)/CSL, Hutchison, Singapore Telecom, LG, SK Telecom, etc. In China, Mr. Ma managed the team at the Peninsula Representative Office in Beijing, and led selling to nearly all major China Telecom provincial telcos/PTTs. Peninsula subsequently changed its name again and went public in Nasdaq.

Cylink Corporation – Regional Director, Pacific Rim (1993)
Cylink was a leading IT and network security (encryption) and wireless communication products and systems vendor. Built and ran direct and channel sales and marketing operations serving various enterprises (e.g. Blue Chip banks and enterprises), government agencies (e.g. Australian Federal Police), telcos, and network services operators in Japan, Australia, New Zealand, and Indian Subcontinent.

Digital Microwave Corporation – Area Sales Manager, Asia Pacific (1991 – 1992)
DMC (Nasdaq: DMIC) was a leading digital microwave transmission network equipment/systems vendor headquartered in Silicon Valley. The International Sales headquarters was in Scotland, United Kingdom, and the APAC HQ and a manufacturing joint venture were in KL, Malaysia. Built and ran mostly indirect sales through in-country agents serving major government-owned and private sector mobile operators and telcos in part of Southeast and East Asia. My large end customers included AIS and TOT (large tenders were common) in Thailand, PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia (Telkom), and Singapore Telecom. Ran a local DMC office in Jakarta, Indonesia. Sales deal sizes ranged from 6- to 7-figure USDs.

Fujitsu America, Inc. – Project Manager and Network Assurance Manager, Private Networks Division (1988 – 1991)

DCA/Cohesive Network – Software Design Engineer (1987 – 1988)

Tymnet/McDonnell Douglas Network Systems Company – Systems Analyst, Network Analysis and Design; Network Operations Analyst, Management Sciences (1984 – 1987)





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A superintendent and leadership staff at LAUSD and Jason Ma after Jason’s keynote speech and audience Q&A.



The compassionate Team ThreeEQ rejoices when our clients win, grow, and succeed. Our seasoned team, which includes editors and strategic advisors, shares our founder Jason Ma’s vision and values, which include high standards on what matters. We are blessed with best-in-class, proprietary methodologies and know-how, as well as high-powered global connections. 



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The Ma Family (playfully called the “MAfia”)



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Jason Ma and Steve Schwarzman, Chairman and CEO, Blackstone Group



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Jason Ma delivering a keynote with 150 K-12 school principals, a superintendent, and leadership staff at LAUSD.


Jason Ma with John Katzman, Founder, The Princeton Review, Founder/former CEO, 2U, and Founder/CEO, Noodle Partners in a fireside chat about the Future of Work and Education at the Florida Family Office Conference.



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Jason Ma and Prime Minister of Canada Justin Trudeau at the B20 Summit in Turkey.



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Business Rockstars Host Ken Rutkowski interviewing Jason Ma.



We are grateful for the fine work by our team of 30 people, including twenty-three exemplary 17-to-24-year-old chapter contributors and support cast, in the creation and production of Young Leaders 3.0: Stories, Insights, and Tips for Next-Generation Achievers by Jason Ma. This is a critically acclaimed and groundbreaking book published in December 2014.



Jason Ma talking with public high school students and signing his book “Young Leaders 3.0”.



Alfred Chuang
Founder & Former Chairman & CEO, BEA Systems (Acquired by Oracle for $8.5 billion in 2008)

The CEO’s CEO by Ben Horowitz, Co-Founder & General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz

Don Levy
President and Cultivator, Smith Brook Farm
Visiting Scholar & Consultant, USC, and Faculty, Boston University

Former Senior Vice President, Marketing and Communications, Sony Pictures

Mark Minevich
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Martin Roll
Business & Brand Strategist, Martin Roll Company
Senior Advisor, McKinsey & Company

Best-selling author of Asian Brand Strategy
Global Keynote Speaker, Conference Moderator, C-Level Advisor/Mentor

Paul Bradley
CEO, Caprica International
Asian Advisory Board Member, Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne
Advisory Board Member, S.P. Jain School of Global Management
Recognized Global Thought Leader in Supply Chain Management
Selected as One of the 40 New Asian Leaders by the World Economic Forum in 2004.



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