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Lin is recognised as one of the most visible, influential and connected Chinese professionals in the UK. At Goldman Sachs, Lin has authored a ground-breaking presentation based on her personal journey as a Chinese millennial after the one child policy. Following this success, Lin pioneered a Diversity Conference decoding how unconscious bias, in particular cultural influences, can impact behaviour and how to transform existing stereotypes in the workplace. At the Goldman Sachs Young Professional and Future Leaders Conference, Lin shared insights on the uncovered similarities between Western and Chinese millennials. Outside of the firm, Lin is a key figure on breaking the bamboo ceiling, driving industry changes by helping professionals navigate routes to leadership positions in Western corporates. Lin chaired the prestigious 48 Group Young Icebreakers, leading many high profile events, including the inaugural Young Icebreakers China event in Beijing. She has inspired many by sharing her work with firms such as EY and Linklaters, universities such as LBS, Oxford and Cambridge University, as well as groups ranging from senior politicians, women networks to school children.  Lin was the winner of the “Excellence in Banking” award at the Chinese Business Leaders Awards 2016 and was recognised in Brummell’s 2017 list as one of the most inspirational women in the City of London.

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