Chieh Huang

President, Global Collaboration Village, World Economic Forum

Chieh (“Chay”) Huang is the President of the World Economic Forum’s Global Collaboration Village.

Prior to the World Economic Forum, Chieh founded and led several private and public technology companies. He was the CEO of an early pioneer in mobile social gaming and was also the co-founder of an artificial intelligence/machine learning company. On the public side, Chieh co-founded and was the CEO of an NYSE-listed technology company. Before his days as an entrepreneur, he was a corporate attorney at a leading international law firm after attending The Johns Hopkins University and Fordham Law School.

Chieh has been included in Bloomberg’s “50 people to watch”, Crain’s “40 Under 40”, Goldman Sachs’ list of “100 Most Intriguing Entrepreneurs” and Entrepreneur Magazine’s “The 50 Most Daring Entrepreneurs.” People Magazine profiled Chieh for their “American Dream” series, tracking his growth from humble beginnings to leading industry-changing initiatives like the Pink Tax and college tuition reimbursement for front-line employees.

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