Belinda Chen is your average multi-millionaire social entrepreneur who strives to fix the world's problems. After attending universities that cannot be found on public records, Belinda launched her own business selling products to help make living just a bit easier. On the sideline, she is the spokesperson of Food For Thought in order to raise the awareness to help end the crimes of human trafficking.
Tiffany Mar, considered a child prodigy, graduated from high school early at the age of 16. Going onto Stanford University, she triple majored in Business, Engineering, and Music, instantly making billions before the age of 25. Even though she travels back and forth to her businesses located world-wide, she always makes time for her family and dogs. Family, which is the number one important thing to her, has led her to become the Chief Financial Officer for Food for Thought. Helping others, such as victims of human trafficking, is what she enjoys doing when she is not working with or relaxing by the beach by her beach house.
Too cool for school, Samuel Tay dropped out of high school to create Food for Thought. He used his billion dollar inheritance to recruit the best minds in the nation to form this progressive think tank. When Samuel isn't spending his time trying to solve the world's most significant problems, he enjoys charity work and promoting world peace and kindness. With these credentials, it's no surprise that he was ranked at the top of TIME Magazine's Most Influential People of 2015.
Stephanie Tran is a high-end fashion designer who specially designs gowns for celebrities who plan to attend private events, such as award ceremonies and parties. She is the founder of the clothing brands stephaniemegan, where she designs intricate and original dresses, and stephaniemegantwo-- her line of more casual and trendy apparel. Rated one of the top ten designers in the world and featured on Forbes magazine, she is a multi-billionaire who owns a mansion in Beverly Hills, Malibu, and London. She is also currently the lead publicist for Food For Thought. Having majored in Fashion Design as well as Marketing and Advertisement and having experience with publicizing current A-list celebrities, she has the skills to spread awareness to take action on today's issues.
Teresa Cheng is the photographer for Food for Thought. She enjoys taking photos of many things especially food. After attending UCLA with a major of graphic design, she was recruited by Food for Thought at first as an intern then a full time photographer. On Teresa's free time, she enjoys volunteering at the local animal shelter. She also likes to travel to exotic places where she can just forget and relax. Teresa hopes to raise more awareness of hidden problems the world faces such as human trafficking.
Marjorie Martinez has a strong passion for food, Disneyland, an her cat, Silver. She graduated from Hawaii University and majored in Marine Biology. When she isn't busy saving the ocean life, she does everything in her power to spread awareness about human trafficking. She is the Social Chair for Food for Thought. She mostly focuses on getting the Think Tank noticed by setting up charity parties that help victims of human trafficking.
Kimberly Thai is the spirit director of Food for Thought. When she isn't working with this think tank, she is busy balancing her life as a wedding planner, entrepreneur, ambassador, and philanthropist. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling. From London to Paris to Los Angeles and New York, Kimberly has worked with international companies around the globe. Today, she is focusing on helping start-up companies and struggling entrepreneurs.