Taking Risks: A Conversation with Jeannie Cho Lee ’90 and Annie Morita ’90

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Taking Risks: A Conversation with Jeannie Cho Lee ’90 and Annie Morita ’90

This fall, Jeannie Cho Lee and Annie Morita, both class of  ’90, were invited to participate in the second annual Elizabeth Miller ’81 Lecture, “Risk-taking and its Rewards: A Conversation on Leadership and Entrepreneurship.” Lee, who lives in Hong Kong, is the first Asian Master of Wine and an award-winning author, wine critic, judge and educator. Morita, who lives and works in Shanghai, China, is an executive at DreamWorks Animation SKG, and chief of staff for Oriental Dreamworks, a joint venture entertainment company with DreamWorks Animation SKG and several other companies in China. This lecture series is made possible by a gift from Elizabeth Miller ’81 and her husband, James Dinan, who established The Dinan Family Foundation in 1997, to support their philanthropy, which has also included gifts to the Wharton School and the Museum of the City of New York.