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Sandra Oh Lin

Sandra Oh Lin

Her mission is dedicated to children – Sandra Oh Lin wants millions of children to develop creativity and problem-solving skills through STEM-based activities and art. It all started when Sandra Oh Lin did projects with her children to inspire a sense of innovation and “creative confidence” in her own children. The demand from other parents was so great that she became the founder and managing director of KiwiCo. With her degrees in engineering and business and her experience in large companies such as eBay, Procter & Gamble and PayPal, Lin founded KiwiCo in her garage ten years ago. Today, the company has more than 1500 products and over 400 partnerships.

About the Podcast

Spotlighting successful women who’ve made major career changes – and fearlessly mastered the pivot.  Hillary Kerr is host of the podcast. Second Life, a podcast that explores the career changes that are possible at any age. Hillary Kerr came up with the idea when she was looking at her own life path. She began her career as an editor at Elle magazine in New York before moving to Los Angeles, where she worked as a freelance writer. There she met her business partner Katherine Power, and together they founded their first digital media brand Who What Wear in 2006 ….and so on. Exciting enough to do a podcast to talk to other women who are also constantly pivoting their professional careers.


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