Lujie is the author of 'Seek to Keep: How to Find the Best Mentors and Keep Them' and the co-founder of the Kairos Society ASEAN, an invitation-only entrepreneurial community of the brightest new generation leaders across South East Asia, changing the world through high impact ventures.
His passion for personal and professional development has led Lujie to become the Vice President of AIESEC UCL - SOAS where he led an international team to provide internship opportunities to over 100 countries worldwide. Inspired by how capital can be used efficiently to scale social impact, Lujie also worked at Impact Investment Exchange Asia / Shujog as part of the Business Development team to be at the forefront of the nascent impact investing industry in Asia.
Lujie is a Sandboxer/HQer, part of the foremost global community of extraordinary young innovators under 30 (www.sandbox.is), and a Kairos Global Fellow (www.kairossociety.org/). He is also one of the winners of Intuit 100Up Business Plan competition and is featured on The NACUE 1000. (http://1000.nacue.com/profile/chen-lujie/).
He graduated with 1st Class Honours (Dean's List) in Bsc Economics from University College London and a Master's in Management Science and Engineering from Stanford University.
He is currently working at National Research Foundation, Prime Minister's Office, overseeing Singapore's digital technology landscape and managing the government's co-investment schemes in tech start-ups through incubators and VCs (i.e iJAM, TIS and ESVF)