Malini Saba: Businesswoman and Mom

Who is Malini Saba? Well, she is a very successful Asian business woman who has a great impact not just on business and commerce in Asia, but in the entire world. She is also known as one of the greatest entrepreneurs and philanthropists in South Asia.


She is the chairman of Saban, a company that has lots of holdings and assets, such as holdings in technology companies in the US, oil and gas in China, and properties in Australia and India. She also started Stree: Global Investments in Women. This organization helps women in places like Asia, Africa, India, and Eastern Europe have access to the healthcare and legal services they are in need of. Stree: Global Investments in Women has been inaugurated by President Bill Clinton of the United States and Queen of Jordan Noor.


Malini Saba has faced many obstacles in her path to success, but she knew that she can never give up. When she first started, there were corrupt people who were trying to force her out of a particular area. She did not give up. She fought back, and her efforts paid off.


She started off by investing in more than twenty companies from the Silicon Valley, such as Paypal, Netscreen Technologies and Sycamore Networks. She eventually grew her business and is now an extremely wealthy and successful individual. She does not use her money just for business, but she donates large amounts of it.


She is one of the greatest philanthropists in Asia, as mentioned above. For example, she has donated a million dollars to start the world’s first Heart Research Center for South Asians at El Camino Hospital. This hospital is located in Mountain View, CA. She also donated ten times that amount, or ten million dollars, to residents of Sri Lanka and India in areas that were devastated by tsunamis in 2004.


She starts her days at five in the morning, so that she can contact her associates in Asia across the world. Ste then, at seven o’clock, makes time for her daughter and walks her to school, making time to talk and chat and become close and provide her daughter with a mother relationship. She also makes sure to pick up her daughter from school at three in the afternoon, because she does not believe in nannies.


Indeed, Saba is both a businesswoman, a philanthropist, and a mother to her daughter.