Bilingual host, writer, & speaker
(Chinese & English)
Stephen Turban is a well-known international host, writer, and key-note speaker. In the past year, he has spoken at conferences in cities across the world - including Seoul, Chicago, New York, and Boston. Stephen has hosted events ranging from the US-China Block Invest Summit, Harvard’s Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Summit, 江苏卫视《一站到底 Who’s Still Standing》，and the Ivy-League Spring Festival Gala.
As a writer and researcher, Stephen's work has appeared in the Harvard Business Review, the Economist, the Washington Post, the BBC Business Review, the Huffington Post, Tech in Asia and has been cited by Hillary Clinton in speeches. He has also published articles in peer reviewed journals such as the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society.
Stephen graduated from Harvard College Magna Cum Laude with highest honors and a member of Phi Beta Kappa. He concentrated in statistics. Stephen is fluent in Mandarin, Spanish, and speaks conversational Vietnamese. Stephen regularly hosts events in Mandarin and Vietnamese.
2018 Ivy League Spring Festival Gala
Aurora Chain Press Conference (Seoul)
2018 US-China BlockInvest Summit
《一站到底》(Who's Left Standing)
2017 Ivy League Spring Festival Gala
Harvard Blockchain & Cryptocurrency Summit
Covered by 100+ news outlets, including Inc.com, Vanity Fair, the Irish times & Brit Co. Rated as 6 most influential HBR articles on gender differences. Cited by Hillary Clinton in her Wonder Woman acceptance speech (November, 2017).
2nd most read article in January, 2018, Tech in Asia platform. Invited by Tech in Asia to become Star Contributor (fewer than 50 Star Contributors around the world)
Amazon best-seller in Friendship. 1 million+ social media impressions. 4.6 out of 5 stars, 36 reviews.
Chinese language profile of my experience in Taiwan, at Harvard, and my thoughts on the future. Received 5000+ likes on Facebook. The Crossing News Group.
A Her Campus, "Campus cutie," profile. Looks at my approach to relationships, dinner parties, and research.
Clinton speaks at length about my colleagues and I's research on gender differences in this speech. Transcript in Vanity Fair