The outstanding business and social success of business mogul, Malini Saba

Malini Saba is an investor and philanthropist of South Asian descent whose trade and social ventures inspire people worldwide. She was raised in a middle-class home and got married to a Stanford student allowing her to attend free lectures at the campus with a keen interest in investment. She schooled herself by seeking advice from bankers and began investing in real estate, telecommunications, and commodities. At the age of 19, she relocated to America with only $200. She is a graduate of the University of Western Australia.


Malini started investing with companies from Silicon Valley such as PayPal, Netscreen Technologies, and Sycamore Networks. She has a track record of overcoming hurdles such as corruption and character defamation with her resources and resilient character.


She is the founder of Saban, a company with investments globally for diverse resources like oil and gas in China, real estate in Australia and India and technology in the US.


Her philanthropic foundation Stree ensures that women are earning low-income access health care and legal empowerment. It has a network across India, Eastern Europe, Central America and Africa.


Her other notable charity ventures are her $1 million donations to El Camino Hospital to support the world’s first Heart Research Centre for her ethnicity and her $10 million contributions to victims of the 2004 Tsunami in India and Sri Lanka.


Malini’s interest in children, civil rights, and social action, economic empowerment, human rights, poverty alleviation have given her recognition and awards.


I believe Saba has an intelligent and courageous deductive method of selecting her investment field. According to her, the commodity market is the best industry because the high risks return great rewards, hence her wealthy status.


Malini’s family life is traditionally functional. By eliminating the need for a nanny’s help, she gets to be directly involved in her child’s daily life. I see this as an admirable effort because it is a tall order for a business lady to find time for mundane tasks.

She is hands on with her staff and ensures that she visits sites and walks around offices to assist and interact with her employees, hence maintaining a productive spirit at the workplace.


I enlist Malini Saba as one of the most prudent businesswomen and women’s supporter of our age.


Dick DeVos and Betsy DeVos Provide Reformed Structures of Education

Betsy DeVos is a reformer according to the Philanthropy Magazine issue of spring published in 2013. The young and beautiful Betsy had an interest in campus politics when she was in the university. She remained politically active throughout her career. For over 30 years, Betsy and Dick DeVos have led many political campaigns, meetings, and party organizations. Betsy has also been the chairman of the Michigan Republican Party for six years. According to reports, the reforming nature runs in the blood of Dick DeVos and his family. In 2006, Dick DeVos was nominated the Michigan Republic Governor.

Dick DeVos and Betsy DeVos look for inventive solutions to social issues in businesses. Betsy DeVos serves as the chairperson of a private multi-company called Windquest Group. Windquest Group invests in innovative technology for manufacturing and cleaning energy. Dick DeVos together with Betsy DeVos established the firm in 1989.

Betsy is the chairperson of their foundation called Dick and Betsy Family Foundation. Betsy is a member of several national and local boards including the DeVos Institute of Arts located at the Kennedy Centre, Kids Hope USA, Foundation for Excellence in Education, and Mars Hill Bible. Betsy is a prominent educational advocate geared towards empowering the society. She is also the chairperson of the Alliance for School Choice and the American Federation for Children abbreviated as (AFC).

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During her interview with the Philanthropy Magazine, Mrs. DeVos talked about her educational reforms stating her optimism in the future of education. According to Mrs. DeVos, there are approximately 250,000 students in public funded institutions, in the state of Columbia. Within the previous year, public schools registered an increase by nearly 40,000. Betsy and Dick DeVos started the education reforms after having their school-age children. After visiting the Potter’s House Christian School, which had been active for over 30 years, Dick and Betsy met hardworking parents who were dedicated to making the school environment conducive to their children. The frequent visits to Potter School initiated their current donations and support to other schools.

About Dick DeVos

Dick DeVos is the president of the Windquest Group, West Michigan Aviation Academy, and Grand Action Committee. He attended the Northwood University. Under his leadership, Dick established an affiliate of the companies called Alticor Corporation. According to, he expanded the firm’s operations to over 50 countries and across six continents.