The World Economic Forum has named Tiffany Xingyu Wang, OpenWeb’s Chief Marketing and Trust Officer, to its Young Global Leaders Class of 2023, reflecting Wang’s longstanding commitment to creating safer, more inclusive online experiences. As a recognized leader in building safety into online communities, Wang has dedicated her career to fostering digital trust, and will lend this expertise to help accelerate positive and lasting change in communities, countries and the world.
The Forum brings together leaders under the age of 40 to address the increasingly complex and interrelated challenges to creating a more sustainable and inclusive world. Young Global Leaders are named from across industries and nationalities after a thorough selection process, taking into account their work to improve society and create meaningful social impact. The community includes 1,500 members and alumni representing more than 120 nationalities whose roles include government officials, Fortune 500 executives, Nobel Prize recipients, UN Ambassadors, Grammy Award winners and more.
“I am humbled by the opportunity to help advance the vital mission of the Young Global Leaders by leveraging my experience in creating trusted online spaces,” said Wang. “The web remains the center of global conversation, and ensuring safe spaces for open dialogue and collaboration is central to the future of the Web3 era. I look forward to working with peers and alumni from Young Global Leaders to have a positive impact on these and other challenges facing our interconnected world.”
Wang is leading the way in helping OpenWeb and its partner networks to build, expand and scale ethical best practices. The company is at the forefront of creating safe, data-secure online spaces, which will serve as the basis for building communities in Web3. Before joining OpenWeb, Wang led strategy and marketing at Spectrum Labs, a contextual AI platform designed to make the internet safer. She sits on the WEF’s Digital Safety Coalition and is the co-founder of Oasis Consortium, a nonprofit which has developed the first comprehensive User Safety Standards for Web3.