[POSTPONED] AAPI Women in Business: Conversation With Tatcha Founder Vicky TsaiVIEW EVENT DETAILS
UPDATE (December 7, 2022) — Due to unforeseen circumstances, this event is being postponed. We will update this page with the new event date soon.
Thursday, December 8, 2022
6:30 p.m. CT Program
7:15 p.m. CT Audience Q&A – Questions welcome via YouTube Live
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Vicky Tsai, founder of skincare brand Tatcha, joins Asia Society Texas to discuss the business challenges she has faced, initiatives to support young women business leaders, and the need to create opportunities for collective action.
About the Speaker
Vicky Tsai is an Asian American entrepreneur and philanthropist. She founded Tatcha, a skincare brand inspired by the wisdom and wonders of Japanese beauty traditions and ingredients. Tatcha was the result of her journey seeking to create a positive change in the world and herself. The brand aims to bring harmony to its clients, avoiding unhealthy beauty standards. In 2018, Tsai won the WWD Beauty Inc.’s Founders Award while the company reached the top in earned media value (EMV) among skincare brands. Recent recognitions include Marie Claire Changemaker (2022) and Inc. Magazine’s 100 Top Female Founders List (2021).
Her concern for fostering impactful initiatives lead her to support girls’ education in Africa, Southeast Asia, and literacy programs in the U.S. Tatcha’s program Beautiful Faces, Beautiful Futures, in partnership with Room to Read, has funded over 7 million days of school for girls since 2014. She holds a BA in Economics from Wellesley College and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
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