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== Rachel Ng ==
 
== Rachel Ng ==
* [[CAH]] dossier: http://councilonamericanheritage.com/?p=167
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* [[CAH]] dossier ([http://councilonamericanheritage.com/?p=167 link])
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: '''Category:''' Classified
:Category: Classified
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: '''Sex:''' F
:Rachel Ng
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: '''Citizenship:''' USA
:Sex: F
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: '''Bio:''' Rachel Ng was the biotechnology researcher and ambitious entrepreneur. She founded [[SMRTTid]] in 2011 and went on to enjoy a successful career in business, becoming the nation’s wealthiest woman by the mid-20s. SMRTTid’s status is infrastructure critical to national security led to lengthy legal battles, culminating in the nationalization of SMRTTid in 2041. Ng died of invasive carcinoma late last year.
:Citizenship: USA
 
:Bio: Rachel Ng was the biotechnology researcher and ambitious entrepreneur. She founded [[SMRTTid]] in 2011 and went on to enjoy a successful career in business, becoming the nation’s wealthiest woman by the mid-20s. SMRTTid’s status is infrastructure critical to national security led to lengthy legal battles, culminating in the nationalization of SMRTTid in 2041. Ng died of invasive carcinoma late last year.
 
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Latest revision as of 11:52, 24 April 2012

Rachel Ng

Category: Classified
Sex: F
Citizenship: USA
Bio: Rachel Ng was the biotechnology researcher and ambitious entrepreneur. She founded SMRTTid in 2011 and went on to enjoy a successful career in business, becoming the nation’s wealthiest woman by the mid-20s. SMRTTid’s status is infrastructure critical to national security led to lengthy legal battles, culminating in the nationalization of SMRTTid in 2041. Ng died of invasive carcinoma late last year.