Joy Chen

Joy Chen

US Chief Investment Officer

TAL

Joy is currently based in Silicon Valley, where she supports TAL Education Group in its overseas M/A and investments, business development, strategic partnership development etc as TAL's US Chief Investment Officer. Joy is also a limited partner at Blue Elephant Capital and EdBeta fund, two leading early-stage VCs in China education industry. Joy Chen received her master's degree from the Indiana University School of Education. She was among the first group of people doing research in online education around the end of last century. Joy is also a Stanford Business School alumnus. She attended Stanford Executive Program of year 2015. Before Joy was the founder and advisor for FirstLeap Future Leaders Institute, which got acquired by TAL in 2015. She has also worked for consulting company Ernst & Young, and Fortune 500 companies such as Microsoft and Verizon. Joy is also an author. She has published three books and has been a columnist for three magazines.

Tuesday, March 31st

2:00 pm
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2:40 pm
Andes, Harbor Ballroom G, Harbor Tower, 2nd Level
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Exponential technology, particularly artificial intelligence, is improving service delivery in every aspect of life and reshaping the employment landscape. In this session an all star panel will discuss the role of AI within the K-12 education and its ability to enhance…

Joy Chen, Brian Thomas, Amine Mezzour, Amrutha Vasan

Tuesday, March 31st

4:15 pm
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4:55 pm
Patagonia, Harbor Ballroom A, Harbor Tower, 2nd Level
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This panel will discuss the India opportunity from an investor’s perspective – attractive areas, winning business models, what investors look for and potential pitfalls

John Danner, Karthik Reddy, Joy Chen, Sandeep Aneja, Sam Subramaniam

Wednesday, April 1st

10:45 am
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11:25 am
K-12, Harbor Ballroom E, Harbor Tower, 2nd Level
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The K-12 education system in China educates nearly 200 million students who attend over 500,000 schools, nearly 4 times that of the U.S. With that scale comes incredible challenges to effectively produce outcomes for all of China’s children. Innovation has been a necessary…

Joy Chen, Xiaoming Xi