Aileen Lee is the founder and CEO of Infinite Goods, a sustainable fashion marketplace for the edgy modern woman. After starting her career on the sales floor at Lands’ End folding clothes and cleaning dressing rooms, she moved to BCG to work on their global fashion and beauty team.
After years of driving companies towards their sales targets, Aileen realized the negative environmental and social impact of fashion on our society. Driven by her love of fashion and retail, she decided to launch Infinite Goods to revolutionize the fashion industry by committing to sustainable practices, better labor conditions, and a more circular future.
She is a 2016 graduate of the University of Pennsylvania and received her MBA from Columbia Business School in 2023.
Tim is a second-year masters student at Columbia University studying Electrical Engineering. Prior to his work with Infinite Goods, Tim interned at GroundTruth in NYC and Kuaishou in Beijing, both in software engineering roles where he was responsible for developing web pages and integrating back-end logic. He is especially skilled with using AWS to build servers and databases.
Rachel is an undergraduate at Columbia University studying Computer Science. Before joining the Infinite Goods team, Rachel did product design for the Spectator Publishing Company, where she is currently an Associate Developer. She also does web development for Mapping Historical New York.
Han is a junior at Columbia University majoring in Computer Science. With the experience in full-stack web application development aimed at the delivery of high-quality user-friendly solutions, Han contributes her understanding of technology and ability to bring ideas into reality to the development of Infinite Goods.
Pauline Brown is a renowned leader and advisor in the luxury goods industry. She formerly served as the Chairman of LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton North America, where she provided regional leadership for 70 brands in 5 sectors, including fashion, beauty, jewelry, wines & spirits and specialty retail. She currently serves on the board of America's leading luxury retailer Neiman Marcus Group.
Michelle is a PhD candidate at Glasgow Caledonian University. She currently serves as the Graduate Program Director for Sustainable Fashion at Glasgow Caledonian New York College, where she brings more than 15 years of industry experience in social business strategy, design, branding, product development, supply chain, and operations for fashion and consumer product brands.
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