22 CKGSB Alumni and Professor Named on the Forbes China Philanthropy List
August 21, 2020

Cheung Kong Graduate School of Business (CKGSB) is proud to announce that 21 alumni and 1 professor made the ‘2020 China Philanthropy List’ released by Forbes China. Comprising of 100 entrepreneurs and released annually, the list aims to honor business leaders who are committed to solving some of the most pressing issues facing the world. Out of the RMB 17.91 billion (USD 2.58 billion) donations made by entrepreneurs listed, approximately RMB 3.1 billion (USD 446 million) were made by CKGSB alumni and professor to causes such as environmental protection, poverty alleviation, and education..

Social innovation has been in CKGSB’s DNA since its foundation in 2002. Going beyond the boundaries of traditional business schools, CKGSB has pioneered a series of experiments to nurture business leaders who compete and collaborate for the economic, social and global good.

Back in 2005, CKGSB pioneered the incorporation of humanities into core business curricula to give students a more holistic view of business. CKGSB also set up the EMBA philanthropy scholarships, now awarded across all our degree programs, to outstanding civil society and NGO leaders. Since 2009, all degree students at CKGSB are required to complete volunteering hours in order to graduate, resulting in a total of 150,000+ hours served. In 2018, social innovation became a compulsory module for all degree programs. Through the integration of social innovation and business innovation, CKGSB aims to make its contribution to addressing global issues, such as wealth inequality, social immobility and sustainability.

CKGSB now works with partners across different sectors to develop a global ecosystem for a new generation of disruptors who are economically, socially and environmentally responsible, while embracing technologic innovation.

Below is a full list of the CKGSB alumni and professor from the 2020 Forbes China Philanthropy List.

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