Jenny’s portfolio includes 18 unicorns with companies such as Agora (API), Bombax, Geek+, Keep, Kingsoft WPS (SSE: 688111), Labster, Momenta, NextGen Foods, NIU (NIU), Huohua, Thunes, Tongdun, Xpeng (XPEV), and more. Selected past investments include hiSoft (NASDAQ: PACT), 21Vianet (NASDAQ: VNET), SinoSun (SHE: 300333), YY (NASDAQ: YY), Xiaomi (HKSE: 1810), 51credit (HKSE: 2051), and UCWeb (acquired by Alibaba).
Jenny’s previous operation and finance work experience with Singapore Aerospace, Morgan Stanley, and JAFCO Asia enhanced her role as a preferred board member and investor to many entrepreneurs in Southeast Asia and China. She is highly respected in the Singapore business community and serves as a board member of Temasek and SATS Ltd (SGX: S58), a leading provider of gateway and food solutions. She is also a member of Singapore’s Research, Innovation and Enterprise Council (RIEC), which is chaired by Singapore’s prime minister and comprises Singapore Cabinet Ministers, as well as distinguished local and international members from industry and academia that advise and drive research and innovation strategies for economic and societal development in Singapore.
Jenny has been a member of the Forbes Global 100 VC Midas list every year for the last decade, and the first woman to break the Top 10 in 2015. In 2016, she was named to the Vanity Fair New Establishment list, Fast Company Most Creative People in Business list, and is consistently recognized by The New York Times and CB Insights among the top 100 venture capital investors worldwide, ranking #8 among top venture capitalists in Asia. She is also a recipient of Singapore’s Business China’s Young Achiever Award in 2016, the Business Times’s Outstanding Overseas Executive Award in 2019, and a member of the 2019 Forbes Asia Power Businesswomen 25 list.
Jenny graduated from Cornell University with an M.S. and a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University.