Joey Horn and Nalini Malini are two extraordinary women of Indian heritage who have empowered and inspired thousands of others through philanthropic endeavors. Starting from a grass-root level, these women leaders have used their management and artistic abilities to touch hearts across the globe.
Joey Horn oversees a well-known private investment management company, Oak Management. She is actively engaged in multiple philanthropic ventures that include the groundbreaking Mothers2Mothers HIV initiative in Sub-Saharan Africa. The landmark project has allowed thousands of women to create awareness and generate a stable income for their families.
Joey is also involved with Restore the Music charity in the UK, which provides funding to public schools in the country. Recently, Joey also served as an executive producer of the motion film, “Liberté: A Call to Spy”, which commemorates the contribution of women intelligence heroes during WWII. Among a variety of other charitable organizations, Joey Horn is also committed to Williams College, Choate Rosemary Hall, Right to Play, and Harvard Business School.
Just like Joey, internationally acclaimed contemporary artist, Nalini Malini, is nurturing new talent by focusing her arts to showcase injustice, discrimination, and gender inequality. As a pioneering artist, she reached out to Indian women through her work that promoted social change.
To spark interest, Nalini used innovative techniques such as shadow play, wide-range installations, and multi-projection works. Inspired by the events of 1946 in her parental hometown, she actively speaks about conflict, war, oppression, and the impact of these events on individuals, families, and children.
About Joey Horn
Joey gained extensive corporate experience by working in key positions of top financial institutions. Fascinated by global cultures, she completed various assignments in New York, London, Paris, Oslo, and Singapore. Joey considers herself a global resident who divides her time between the USA, Singapore, and Norway. Married to a Norwegian citizen, she can speak fluent French, English, Hindi, and Norwegian.