CEO of Bioeconomy, investor, environmentalist, subject of an award winning documentary narrated by Hugh Jackman “The Burning Season”. The African Rainforest Conservancy honored Dorjee with an Earth Day Award and by naming a newly discovered blue spotted species of chameleon from the Tanzania rainforest – the “Kinyongia dorjeesuni”. TIME Magazine has named Dorjee a TIME Hero of the Environment and he was named one of Esquire Magazine’s 5 Gentlemen of Philanthropy. Dorjee has won the Asialink Leaders Program Alumni Award, been named one of Australia’s Young Leaders by The Australian newspaper, he is a World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader, an Asia Society 21 Fellow and is also the Chairman of the Nexus Singapore Philanthropy Conference. His work has been front page of Wall Street Journal, TIME magazine and covered in Fortune, Forbes, ABC, PBS, BBC, Discovery, CNBC and other media outlets. Dorjee has a law degree, commerce degree and diploma of Asian Studies (Mandarin) from the University of New South Wales, studied at Peking University.