Theodora (Theo) Lau is speaker, writer, and advisor, whose work seeks to spark innovation to improve consumer financial well-being and health. As founder of Unconventional Ventures, she focuses on developing and growing an ecosystem of financial institutions, corporates, entrepreneurs, and venture capitalists to better address the unmet needs of consumers (e.g. older adults), with keen interests in women and minority founders. As part of her work, she regularly mentors and advises FinTech startups; she is also recognized as LinkedIn Top Voice for Economy and Finance, and Top FinTech influencer by various publications including Onalytica, Retail Banker International, and FinTech Finance. She co-hosts Rhetoriq, a podcast on longevity and fintech, and runs a weekly blog on Irish Tech News. She is a frequent contributing writer and speaker for top industry publications and conferences.
Director of Public Affairs & Marketing at Financial Data Exchange
Government relations, public affairs and marketing professional with broad experience driving brand awareness and messaging to varied audiences for corporate, non-profit and trade association interests. Particular expertise in policy intelligence and direct lobbying with the U.S. Congress and Federal Agencies while also aligning key messages and strategies to public affairs and marketing goals.
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