Malini Saba Philanthropist and Financier

Malini Saba is a Malaysian born to average class parents from Srilanka who grew up in Australia. She came to the United States at age 19 along with her husband at that time,where they rented an apartment adjacent to Stanford University while attaining her respective education. She recalls bitterly what an uphill struggle it was to survive on a limited income in the very beginning however,it was in this unstable and crucial period of transition in her life that she had a dream which became reality, by creating a foundation for achieving a much better life mixed with the sweet taste of success.
As the wife of a Stanford scholar she had an open door to infiltrate lectures free of charge at the university, and she made her presence known by boldly and confidently penetrating the investment circle. What sparked her interest were financial concepts and business strategies and she managed to interact with the investors,obtain their counsel and information so ultimately, she made up her mind to undertake the risk and invest all the money that she had accrued through the years.
Malini Saba is a philanthropist and financier whose focus is assisting women attain prosperity and success.
In 2001 she established Stree:Global Investments in Women a not for profit enterprise navigated at altering the below average and marginalized women and children globally and how they portray themselves and their functions in society, and a platform for women to ingress healthcare,legal emancipation and furnish an assembly of ordinary populace led by and benefiting the participants to link with public schemes in Africa,Central America,India and Eastern Europe.
She has been endorsed by former President Bill Clinton and Jordan’s Queen Noor.
Malini Saba is undoubtedly one of the most prime investors and philanthropists from South Asian heritage. Her financing platform commenced as a potential enterprising entrepreneur in Silicon Valley, Calif. in the 1990’s.

In 2004, she witnessed the devastated vicinity in India and Sri Lanka post the tsunami catastrophe and contributed $10 Million to their casualties,and in 2005 she bequeathed $1Million to accelerate the very first Heart Research Center for South Asian populace at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View, Calif.
In the mid 2000’s Malini Saba envisioned extending her horizons beyond the boundaries of U.S. into Asia and South America trading in raw materials. Up to the present day her monetary profitable outcomes have flourished primarily from oil and gas domains.