Pilwha Chang - Professor Emeritus of Ewha Womans University. first full professor in Women's Studies in Korea and Asia. She served as a founding Chair of the APEC, Ad Hoc Advisory Group on Gender Integration (AGGI) in 2000. As the director of the Asian Center for Women's Studies, launched the Ewha Global Empowerment Program’ (EGEP) for women activists of non-profit organizations from Asian and African countries. She also served as the director of the Ewha Leadership Development Institute, where she conducted programs for women leaders of various fields including business corporations. She served as Chair of Asian Women Bridge, DorunDorun, providing skills and leadership training centers in Nepal, Cambodia, Laos and Indonesia. She works closely with the Ministry of Gender Equality, the Korean Women's Development Institute, and KOICA as well as many NGOs including the Korean Sexual Violence Relief Center. Currently she is working as Chair of the Korean Foundation for Women.
Tracy Gary is a philanthropist, nonprofit entrepreneur, and legacy mentor who has worked tirelessly to help others experience the joy of giving charitable dollars to causes they care about. Through her eighteenth start-up, a nonprofit called Inspired Legacies, she consults with a diverse range of individuals and organizations to improve and expand philanthropy and volunteerism. Tracy has worked with Social Venture Partner groups and several new digital millionaires who are transforming the giving landscape. Her latest venture is the Tipping Point Fund for which she is raising $20 million to shift poverty and the environment.