Geraldine Chin Moody

Director and Co-Founder, 5HVC Capital

Geraldine cares deeply about creating a strong, sustainable and inclusive community and environment for current and future generations. She draws on her experience as a senior executive and board member across ASX-listed companies, professional services, early-stage businesses and not-for-profits to drive impact within her sphere of influence. Her senior leadership roles have included Group Executive Committee roles at Virgin Australia and ASX with responsibility for people, culture and sustainability, and Chief Operating Officer at Baker McKenzie. She started her career as a solicitor and strategy adviser to the CEO at Mallesons. Her passion for climate action and business as a force for good has led her to the role of Non-Executive Director of Future Super and co-founder of 5H Values Capital which invests in and coaches early-stage and impact-driven businesses and leaders. 5H Values Capital operates on the belief that leaders who are Humble, Honest, Happy, Hungry and High-Performing will build and grow successful organisations that are a force for good. Geraldine is also an Advisory Board member of the ANU’s Centre for Asian-Australian Leadership, Welcoming Australia and the WEF’s Forum of Young Global Leaders and adviser to Give InKind and Tribute Mentorship. She has also served on the Board of UN Women Australia, the Refugee Advice and Casework Service and the AHRI Inclusion & Diversity Advisory Panel. She also founded the first Global Shapers community in Australia. Geraldine has a Master of Law from Harvard Law School and a Bachelor of Law (Hons) and Bachelor of Science from the Australian National University. She is in her final semester of her Master of Science in Coaching Psychology at the University of Sydney. She is a Young Global Leader of the World Economic Forum (2011), a Fulbright Scholar (2001) and was named NSW Telstra Young Business Woman of the Year (2006).

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