Myla Crespo Villanueva
She is the founder of MDi, a leading systems integrator in the Philippines representing Cisco, 3Com, Juniper, Dell, IBM, Ironport, VMware, and EMC2. She also co-founded Microwarehouse, a Value-Added Distributor for Apple, RIM BlackBerry, Samsung, Belkin, Emerson, Lacie, Cisco, Linksys, 3Com, and Philips.
In 2004, Myla was named Woman Entrepreneur of the Year in the Entrepreneur of the Year program conducted by Ernst and Young, Department of Trade and Industry, Philippine Stock Exchange, Bankers Association of the Philippines and the Philippine Securities Exchange Commission.
In addition to her role as Managing Director of Novare Technologies, Myla is also the Asia President for the Global Telecoms Women’s Network. She was Chair of the Mobile Innovation Forum for the GSMA from 2007 to 2009, and sat on the board of GSMA Executive Management Committee for Smart Communications from 2006 to 2010.
Craig is affiliated with Bharti Airtel, the world’s 4th largest telecom company, as independent non-executive director of the company.
In the Philippines, Craig is Vice Chairman of publicly listed ISM and a former board member of several listed companies in that country. He was also Chairman of Taiwan’s largest cable television company, KBRO. The company was primarily owned by the Carlyle Group. Craig is also Chairman of Novare Technologies Ltd. It’s a global provider of technology services to Banking, Telecommunications and Retail companies.
Craig Ehrlich is the former long time Chairman of GSMA, the global trade association having served from 2002-2008.
From 1997 to 2003, he served as CEO of a Hong Kong mobile phone company.
He was formerly a board member of Sunday ECI (NASDAQ, HK Stock Exchange) Hutchison Telecom Group, Roamware and ITU Telecom.
Craig is also a member of UCLA/Peking University Joint Research Institute Advisory Committee and a founding Chairman of the Centre for Global Management at the UCLA Anderson School.
Craig holds a B.A. degree from the University of California Los Angeles, a Masters degree from Occidental College and a postgraduate fellowship with the Coro Foundation.
He has resided in Hong Kong for 27 years.
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