“Style Me CEO’s” Fabulous Women Under 30
Jennifer Fan, 29 and already large and in charge on the Wall Street circut. Fan runs her own $650 million energy and agricultural commodities hedge fund, and during the disruption of hurricane Katrina, the boom and bust of natural gas prices, the shift to electronic trading and in the aftermath of the collapse of Enron Fan traded oil and gas and has been able to stay on top.
Kim Swift, Creative Director at Airtight Cames
While this young beauty was still in college, Ms. Smith along with some classmates created a puzzel game, Narbacular Drop; and when the design was showed to Seattle’s Vave Corp. they were immediatly offered a job! She continued to lead the team and eventually they turned the project into Portal; eventually the game sold over 4 Million copies at retail price. The game has been selected by the Museum of Modern Art and being included in their parmanent collection; only 13 other games were selected for this honor! Go Kim Swift!
Rachel Haot, Chief Digital Officer for the city of New York.
This technology obsessed Media Mogal is Rachel Haot. Haot is serving as New York’s first Chief Digital Officer, and she oversee’s an online municipal presence that includes 280 social media channels, and the city’s official (nyc.gov) web page. In addition to all of her accomplishments, Hoat is the first ever Chief Digital Officer to create and embrace new ways for the NYC government to communicate with its 8.2 Million citizens, which defiantly makes her a woman to look out for.
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