Calvin Chin

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Calvin is Managing Partner of E14 Fund based in Palo Alto, California. 

Previously he was co-founder CEO of Transist, an incubator and investor in impact-driven tech startups in China and the US. Earlier Calvin was founder CEO of Qifang, China's first online student loan service and the first Chinese company recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer. Calvin is a member of the Aspen Institute's inaugural China Fellowship Program, a WEF Young Global Leader. He was named one of Fast Company magazine's 100 Most Creative People In Business for 2011, was named 2009 Chinese Business Leader of the Year by Horasis and Baker & McKenzie, and is a Social Innovation Park Fellow. He has an MBA from TRIUM (NYU, LSE, HEC Paris), a B.A. from Yale University and has also studied social entrepreneurship, global leadership and other management and policy subjects at Harvard University and INSEAD.

Calvin is Managing Partner of E14 Fund based in Palo Alto, California. 

Previously he was co-founder CEO of Transist, an incubator and investor in impact-driven tech startups in China and the US. Earlier Calvin was founder CEO of Qifang, China's first online student loan service and the first Chinese company recognized by the World Economic Forum as a Technology Pioneer. Calvin is a member of the Aspen Institute's inaugural China Fellowship Program, a WEF Young Global Leader. He was named one of Fast Company magazine's 100 Most Creative People In Business for 2011, was named 2009 Chinese Business Leader of the Year by Horasis and Baker & McKenzie, and is a Social Innovation Park Fellow. He has an MBA from TRIUM (NYU, LSE, HEC Paris), a B.A. from Yale University and has also studied social entrepreneurship, global leadership and other management and policy subjects at Harvard University and INSEAD.