Gen 2. – Work for Values
It’s not about what you do – but what you believe in:
the owner that brings hope, the architect who lives green.
That’s what Gen 2. from G2000 represents. Say hello to
the generation that adds value to what they do.
Co-creator of The Food Bank Singapore (FBS), Nicholas Ng has turned a childhood growing up around his family’s food distribution business into a mission to create a centralised coordinating organisation for all food donations in Singapore. With initiatives like the B Breakfast cereal programme, where 100,000 meals are given to the disadvantaged every year, FBS and Nicholas’ additional project FXervices have given him the opportunity to reduce, redistribute and recycle food waste to help people in need.
Over the past 15 years, the charismatic Kearen Pang has showcased her talents in screenwriting, directing and acting. In 2009, CNNGO.com named her one of 20 People to Watch in Hong Kong for scripts “full of subtle drama and stealthy sentimentality that creeps into audiences’ hearts”. In 2016, Kearen adapted and directed 29+1 – her most significant work to date. Also an author of three inspirational books, Kearen has been named one of the Ten Outstanding Young Persons in Hong Kong by Junior Chamber International Hong Kong
Jaye has been flying the green banner of sustainability for nearly eighteen years, designing green housing models that aim to reduce the impact of housing on the environment. In 2013 Jaye designed ‘The Hemp Home’, a sustainable house built with second-hand building materials and hemp construction. His extensive knowledge of renewable energy systems and ecological design has seen him win two national design awards and bring numerous sustainable building, food and sewage practices to developing nations like India, Sri Lanka and Thailand.
The co-founder of SHOKAY, a company that develops premium products from yak down, Carol Chyau was named one of China's Top 30 Entrepreneurs Under 30 by Forbes in 2012. SHOKAY produces clothing, accessories and yarn from yak fibres made by Chinese herders, providing them with a sustainable income. Many of the items are also hand-knitted by women in rural areas. Carol was named an Asia Finalist for the Cartier Women's Initiative Awards in 2009, and believes that lifestyle aesthetics, commercial marketing and social consciousness can be mutually compatible.
The son of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, Presley Gerber is one of the world’s hottest up-and-coming male models, and has been called - along with his sister Kaia - ‘the next Gigi and Bella Hadid’. Presley has been featured in American Vogue and Vogue Paris, modelled for Calvin Klein, and walked the catwalk forMoschino and Dolce & Gabbana. Proudly wearing a tattoo on his arm that says ‘be grateful’, Presley has an inspiring self-pride and confidence, and chose G2000 as his first advertising campaign in Asia.