How might we create a school where students don’t take the classroom as their entire world, but take the entire world as their classroom?
Jossy thrives tackling the unknown! Through her analytical data-driven mind and empathetic user-centered heart, she turns insights into strategies that are successful in the real world. As a founding member at one of Asia’s first social venture funds, Jossy pioneered in nurturing business with a social mission. While getting her MBA at MIT, she co-founded MIT Sloan Design Club to enable MIT students to solve problems creatively. She spearheaded new ventures, products, and partnerships for EF Education First, the world’s largest private education company, and Chineasy, an award-winning educational entertainment startup. She also advised MIT Open Learning on strategic initiatives and coached highly selective global entrepreneurs and change-makers to build innovation-driven ventures through MIT Bootcamps.
B.A. from National Taiwan University and National University of Singapore; MBA from MIT Sloan School of Management
WHAT SHE’D WHISPER IN THE EAR OF HER 15-YEAR-OLD SELF
I spent a lot of effort trying to be like everyone else so that I could “fit in.” I would tell myself, “Don’t fit in. Stand out. Be you, be the unique you, and be the best you.”