the executive team
ninja | Fang
As the leader of the Zodiacs, Fang reports directly to the Central 17. He’s generally light-hearted and gregarious, making jokes at his own expense and giving a mirthful laugh about it afterwards. In his interactions with others, he likes to pretend to be smug or selfish, upsetting them so that he could further rile them up with his humor. Even when entering into the business arena, he doesn’t miss an opportunity to be flashy and over the top, striking poses and giving dramatic self introductions.
Friends and foes alike are fond of him for his eccentricities, admiring that somebody so seemingly irreverent could in actuality be an extremely competent Ninja. His loyalty is so great, he is willing to sacrifice himself for humanity.
Sun Sign | Aquarius
Rising | Aries
Moon | Scorpio
The Zodiacs are the executive team that reports directly to the Chief Executive Ninja. They are responsible for implementing the vision and strategy of Solving Homelessness.
There are currently 3 vacant seats.
Chief Operating Ninja
Chief Technology Ninja
Chief Finance Ninja
The Central 17's an organization comprised of 14 altruistic women and 3 wise men, who have strong ambitions to push society forward through Love, Loyalty, Integrity and Empathy. Central 17 can be viewed as the board of directors whose purpose is to guide and provide assistance to the Executive Team in order to solve homelessness.
Built one of Japan's largest moving companies, with nearly $810 million in annual revenue and operations in the U.S. and China. She also has business in the day-care sector and now has nearly 180 facilities across Japan.
Self-made and tough-as-nails, Dong has run Gree, a $22.5 billion air conditioning company—China’s largest—since 2001. During her 14-year tenure, the company’s stock has risen 2,300% and Dong has become a legend in China.
Shinta founded Global Entrepreneurship Program Indonesia (GEPI) and Angel Investment Network Indonesia (ANGIN), which aims to empower early-stage start-ups toward growth and ultimately to improve Indonesia’s economy and social welfare through entrepreneurship.
Shinta has a strong interest for the environment and founded the Indonesia Business Council for Sustainable Development (IBCSD) where she currently sits as President.
In early 2015, Shinta was appointed as advisor to the Vice President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Built Korea’s first fashion franchising company E-Land, pioneering casual wear and fast fashion. Its most popular brands in Asia are Mixxo, Teenie Weenie and SPAO. It also holds the licenses in Korea and China for New Balance, Cole Haan, Wrangler and Guess Kids.
Amanda A. Ebokosia is a Nigerian-American freelance journalist and Founder & CEO of The Gem Project, Inc., a nonprofit organization that educates school-age children, youth and young adults about the issues that affect them and their communities. Through the involvement as activity leaders, youth strengthen skills of leadership and community organizing. Since inception, The Gem Project has directly impacted the lives of 1,950 youth and young adults, through the hosting of educational workshops, weekly programs and events at participating sites within the Greater Newark, New Jersey area.
Honored by The White House, The City of Newark and making the annual FORBES Magazine 30 under 30 list, Ebokosia and her team have demonstrated a great ability to engage communities and young people in ways that develop their leadership skills, which have the capacity to change their lives. The Gem Project and Ebokosia have been featured in News 12 New Jersey, Black Enterprise.com, Forbes Magazine, Forbes.com, GOOD magazine, NJ.com, Rutgers Magazine and others.
Executive to India's third-largest pharmaceutical company, she handles global markets, which contribute nearly 75% of the company's annul $1.7 billion in revenue.
A prominent businesswoman in Hong Kong,
Solina is keen to promote educational development in China focusing on education for women. In 1996 she set up the HS Chau Foundation as a vehicle to further this vision.
The Foundation launched a series of “Project Tomorrow” projects, an integrated system supporting the multi-faceted elements in education: from primary schools to universities, from teachers to students, from cultural learning to technical training, from school supplies to tele-education infrastructure.
Tina Ju is a founding and managing partner of KPCB China and TDFCapital. She has more than 25 years of experience in venture capital, investment banking and operations. Tina’s focus areas of investment include TMT, consumer services, greentech and healthcare. Since 2000, Tina has led more than 30 investments with many successful exits, including Alibaba Group, Baidu, Cgen, China Auto Rental, Focus Media, Hurray, etc. She currently serves as a board of director for a number of companies, including Chiral Quest, CreditEase, DHgate, SinoEV and Sinowel.
co-founder of Focal Point Global (FPG), a non-profit organization whose mission is to empower underserved youths in Namibia and Cameroon using education and technology to address social issues. Hussainatu Blake was also recognized as a White House Champion of Change. Her organization, Focal Point Global will launch the Gambia and Namibia HIV/AIDS Education Initiative–an inter-African and multi-religious (Muslim and Christian) program focused on linking African youths to one another to discuss how to reduce the spread of HIV/AIDS on the continent.
In 2014, Rebecca was identified as a leading female tech personality by Forbes. The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers’ Women in Engineering also named her to their Power 60 list. She is the founder and CEO of AppsTech, a global provider of enterprise application solutions with presence in over 50 countries as well as I/O Spaces in Maryland, USA. On the startup scene, which is revolutionizing business dynamics in Cameroon and Africa, she is the chairman of Active Spaces, a Cameroonian tech hub with co-working space and an incubator. She is also a mentor and adviser to several African based technology startups and known for her efforts in promoting technology in Africa. She is also on the boards of several organizations especially VC4Africa, one of the largest online communities dedicated to entrepreneurs and investors.
Ngozi Okonjo Iweala
Ngozi Iweala is known as the first female and black candidate to contest for the for the Presidency of the World Bank group. During her service in Nigeria as finance Minister, the Harvard and MIT don developed a program which helped to improve government transparency and economy stabilization. She is much respected for her approach to economic development and finance. After her stint at the World Bank, she currently chairs the Global Alliance for Vaccines and Immunization and the African Risk Capacity. She is founder to a host of organizations like the Centre for the Study of Economies in Africa and a recipient of several awards which put her amongst the most powerful women in Africa.
isabel dos santos
Isabel is the eldest daughter of Angola’s longtime incumbent president, Jose Eduardo dos Santos. Although some may hold that she benefited from her father’s consolidation to power, this 43-year-old billionaire is a controlling stakeholder in Portugal telecom company, Nos SGPS. She owns around 19% of Portuguese bank, Banco BPI. Following the transfer of her father’s stakes in many companies, she is currently working on expanding her stable of investments. Isabel’s holdings in Angola include 25% of Unitel, and a stake in Banco BIC. Worthy of note is that Unitel is the largest mobile carrier in Angola. Her net worth is estimated at a startling $3.4 billion.
Monica Lozano has led diversified media organizations for 30 years and is the former Chairman and CEO, US Hispanic Media, Inc. She began her career in 1985 with the country’s leading Spanish-language newspaper, La Opinión. She transformed the newspaper into a multimedia content company and was named Chairman and CEO of ImpreMedia in 2010.
Lozano joined the Aspen Institute in 2016 and has served on the Board of Directors of The Walt Disney Company, Target Corp., Bank of America, the Rockefeller Foundation, and the University of Southern California as a trustee. She was appointed to the Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and the Economic Recovery Advisory Board by President Obama. She holds numerous awards and honorary degrees, and was recently inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.
Adriana Cisneros de Griffin leads a third-generation family-owned business focused on media, interactive, and real estate. She is also the President of the Fundación Cisneros, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving education in the region.
Cisneros is also the co-chair of Endeavor Miami, the Director and Executive Committee Member of the Board of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, a Trustee of the Paley Center for Media, and a board member of MoMA PS1 and MoMA’s Latin American acquisitions committee.
A Canadian Emmy Award-winning journalist and media executive. He is the co-founder and CEO of the international media company VICE Media, operating an international network of digital channels, a television production studio, a record label, an in-house creative services agency, a book-publishing house, and a feature film division.