In Honolulu, there is one woman entrepreneur who is surely making a huge positive difference to society today. Her name is Kimberly Wang Dey. She is the daughter of Charles B Wang, an esteemed figure in the area. She is the CEO and Founder of Number Eight or N8. She stands out from the crowd mainly because for her outstanding business skills, love for horses and deep passion for charity. She is the true modern woman who invokes trust and respect at the same time!
Kimberly Wang Dey is not only known for her outstanding business acumen and skills. She has a deep passion and love for horses. Due to this passion, she has established her very own horse breeding business. She takes care and grooms her horses. They have also taken part in many reputed tournaments and won a number of national and international awards. Kimberly not only takes care of horses but she is an avid sportswoman herself. She has taken part in a number of tournaments and has been awarded with The World Champion Amateur Hunter Rider Completion for 2 years at a row. She also is on the Board of Advisors at Aina Koa Pono LLC. Her passion for horses has inspired her to create a scholarship program with The American Quarter Horse Association. This Program provides athletes college scholarships that they can use to harness their passion for horses as well.
Kimberly is a multi-talented lady and when she is not busy running her business, she is deeply into charitable events and activities. She loves taking an active part in charity and contributing to the society as a whole. There are many rare women like her who use their spare time wisely. Kimberly knows the essence and the bliss of helping those who are not so fortunate in the community.
She is also the Vice-President for the Charles B Wang International Foundation owned by her father Charles B Wang. This Foundation plays a key role in helping underprivileged children. It also deals with cross cultural affairs. Some of the organizations this Foundation caters to are ASSETS School, the Boys and Girls Club of Hawaii, Le Jardin Academy, Special Olympics Hawaii and the Kapiolani Medical Center. The Foundation regularly gives the above local organizations in Hawaii financial aid to the extent of five million dollars. Kimberly is also known to have donated an outstanding sum of $20 million dollars for the expansion of school projects.
Kimberly has outstanding business acumen and this is why she has won a number of famous awards. Some of the popular awards that have been bestowed upon her are “40 under 40” in 2003 and she was the finalist for the popular award-“Women Who Mean Business”. She is a woman who not only cares for the growth and the development of her business but she is also concerned about the progress of society as a whole.
Kimberly Wang Dey is a role model for many young women today and the whole of Honolulu is deeply proud of her!