May has led two groundbreaking innovations in higher-education over the last eight years bridging the two largest higher-ed markets, the U.S. and China, at NYU and more recently, at ShanghaiTech University.
She has also held a variety of senior positions as an executive on Wall Street, and as an entrepreneur. In all these roles, she has taken initiatives from inception of the vision to execution with particular expertise in the China market.
In her current role, she is focused on innovation, digital transformation, and entrepreneurship within China and globally. May advises a handful of start-ups on strategic growth; and multi-national companies on innovation strategy, digital transformation and leadership. She speaks frequently on innovation, leadership, and women in the workplace.
Qi Wu has more than 23 years of experience in management consulting. Recently, he was appointed as senior advisor on strategy and industry 4.0 for Foxconn D Group. Before that, Qi Wu was the Managing Director and Vice-Chairman of Accenture Greater China. Before that, Qi Wu was with Roland-Berger for 20 years as member of the Executive Committee and President of Roland-Berger China.
His industry expertise covers transportation/logistic, high-tech, travel, financial industry, consumer goods, government as well as real estate. Qi is a well-known expert in industry 4.0, transportation and government sector in China.
His previous roles included:
Member of the Advisory Committee for Shenzhen Government in Smart Manufacturing
Vice Chairman of China Cold Chain Alliance (which consists of more than 2,000 companies)