Tianlun Hao began her career in business consultancy at PwC, where she advised multinational companies on business operation and market-entry strategies. During her MBA, she worked as an investment banking fellow at Groupe Nduom, one of the largest conglomerates in West Africa with businesses in the financial, hospitality and construction industries. After graduation, she served in the impact investment team at Women's World Banking, where she researched and evaluated direct equity investment opportunities in high-performing, gender-focused financial service providers worldwide. Most recently, she worked at World Economic Forum and assisted the long-term investment projects and engagements with investors on topics covering renewable infrastructure and capital market efficiency.
Tianlun holds a bachelor's degree in Public Finance from Zhongnan University of Economics and Law in China, an MBA from Georgetown University's McDonough School of Business, and is currently enrolled in the Master's program in Financial Risk Management at Baruch College.