Authenticity in entrepreneurship as a leadership force: A question of identity and self-awareness.
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Through her story as co-founder of Gallea, Lin Zi Shang tells us about the evolution of her personal identity, intertwined with that of the startup in the context of start-up and then accelerated growth. She discusses the influence of her professional and cultural background on her management profile, the successes and difficulties she encountered and how to remain authentic to oneself in a constantly changing environment.
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Graduated with a BAC in Psychology at UdeM, studied for a Certificate in Visual Arts at UQAM and completed a B.A.A. at HEC. Vice-president of the Board of ARTEA Centre. Member of the 2021 Women in Tech Silicon Valley Program by BDC Capital and the Consulate General of Canada in San Francisco/Silicon Valley & Los Angeles. Recipient of awards and scholarships such as nomination for the 29th annual RBC Canadian Women Entrepreneur Awards - Women of Influence. Member of the City of Montreal's French Language 2022 Committee As a visual artist, Lin Zi has personally experienced the difficulties of exhibiting her art. In order to help artists reach their audience directly in their daily lives, she joined the team to develop the platform and its services to make art more accessible to all.