Kimberly Zhang

Kimberly Zhang

Guest Writer
Chief Editor of Under30CEO

About Kimberly Zhang

Kimberly Zhang, president and editor in chief of Under30CEO, has a passion for educating the next generation of leaders.

More From Kimberly Zhang

Leadership

4 Things Your Team Manifesto Must Spotlight

Done well, and this mother of all one-pagers can provide direction and inspiration.
Starting a Business

Successful Startups Have This One Thing in Common

Here's how you can earn the support your new business needs.
Music festivals

If You're Not Attending Cultural Tentpole Events, You're Missing a Major Source of Buzz

Coachella wasn't just a media stunt in the desert -- it was a gold mine for marketers seeking experiential marketing ideas. Jump-start your event planning by exploring the many ways companies got Coachella right.
Motivating Employees

How to Empower Your Employees to Do Their Best Work

Enabling your employees to do their best work begins with giving it meaning.
Funding

How These Minority Founders Got Tech Execs to Put Their Money Where Their Mouths Are

Tech executives happily pay lip service to diversity, but precious few financially support underprivileged groups.
FinTech

Can the Market Deliver the Consolidated FinTech Tool Small Businesses Need?

You'd think it would have by now, but it may before long.
Company Culture

Want a Killer Culture Like the Top Tech Firms? Start Some Company Rituals.

If your workplace culture isn't alive with positive rituals, you may be losing top talent and street cred.
Startups

3 Hints for Launching a More Successful Startup

If you want to grow your startup from mere idea to entrepreneurial success, it helps to take a hint (or three).
Women Leaders

To See More Women in Leadership Roles, Here's What Needs to Happen

Whether or not they're going all the way to space, there's a lot of science behind getting women to the top.
Business Travel

8 Ways to Avoid the 'Bad Health' Burden of Business Trips

Business travelers tend to engage in unhealthy habits and get sick more often than others. Here's how to break the cycle.
Burnout

When Hustling Is Harmful: How to Save Your Employees From Burnout

Sure, you want your employees to work hard, but what happens when they buy into the mentality of grinding until they drop? Rather than laud your team's workaholics, promote balance to get better -- not more -- work.