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Jennifer Zhu Scott is the Executive Chairman of The Commons Project, a non-profit public trust established to build global digital infrastructure as a public good. She is the founder of Radian Partners, focusing on direct investment in AI and deep tech. Jennifer was among the Forbes World's Top 50 Women in Tech in 2018 and Fortune's Most Influential Business Women in China in 2021. She was a co-chair of the Fortune Global Tech Forum in 2019. Jennifer has a dual fellowship at the Royal Institute of International Affairs (Chatham House) under the Asia-Pacific Programme and the Digital Society Initiative. She is a council member at the Data Policy Council of the World Economic Forum, where she served for the China Council and the Future of Blockchain Council. WEF named her a Young Global Leader in 2013. She is a board trustee of Web Science Trust. Ms. Scott studied applied mathematics at Sichuan University and holds an MBA in finance from Manchester Business School. She completed the public policy and leadership programs at Yale University in 2013, Harvard Kennedy School in 2016, and Oxford University in 2017. In 2018, she joined Princeton University’s inaugural executive education program focused on energy sustainability and leadership. Jennifer is a frequent public speaker and published writer on AI, data ownership, and China’s digital monetary strategies. Her TED Talk on data ownership reached 3.3m views. Jennifer is a Fellow of the third class of the China Fellowship Program and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.