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Visionary Leader, Extraordinary Life

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March 26th 2012:Elle Carberry: Living and Leading Big In China

Elle Carberry envisioned raising her family in China before she even had one. She also envisioned a more sustainable world where business leaders from global blue chip companies collaborate to develop green technology that simultaneously improves our standard of living and the sustainability of resources on the planet. Watch out, World! When Elle envisions something, it happens. Elle moved her family to China in 2002 to work for IBM in Asia. Today, Elle is the co-managing director and co-founder of The China Green Tech Initiative, a unique collaboration of companies – both Chinese and Internat

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Elle Carberry

Based in Beijing, Elle Carberry brings two decades of experience in commercializing advanced technology products and services in Asia and the U.S. Previously, as VP Business Development, Asia Pacific for Red Hat, she launched the Greater China business and established and led Asia-Pacific OEM sales via IBM, Intel and Lenovo. She founded and led IBM China’s outsourced services for China’s Financial Services Sector. She founded and led sales and business development at Mainspring, led business development for the Ziff-Davis Online Network, and was a regional sales manager for IBM’s U.S. Financial Services Sector. She graduated from Georgetown University with a B.A. in economics and literature.
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