Who is Bill Gates’ interpreter, Zhe ‘Shelly Wang’?

Bill and Melinda Gates have spent decades working in technology, charity, and other fields, so it’s only natural that they’ve made a slew of business contacts.

Zhe “Shelly” Wang, who works as an interpreter for the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, is one of the individuals who has crossed the duo’s path.

Wang has worked for the organization since March 2015, according to her LinkedIn page, while simultaneously working as an interpreter for numerous companies at the same time.

Wang is seeing a boom in public interest in her name, which is closely related to Bill’s in prominent internet search engines, for reasons that are yet unknown.

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However, there has been some conjecture that Wang has a more-than-strictly-professional relationship with one of the Gates’ – albeit a prominent Twitter user has insinuated that it is Bill.

Here are five things to know about Wang:

She’s been an interpreter for about a decade.

Wang began working as an interpreter at the Monterey Institute of International Studies in September 2012, according to her LinkedIn page. She worked on multiple TED Conferences events as part of her job, which may have led to her next role with TED itself.

In April 2013, she began working as an interpreter for TED Conferences, where she led a team that translated TED programs into Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish.

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She presently works as a Simultaneous Interpreter for both the Yale School of Management and Harvard Business School, in addition to interpreting for the Gates Foundation.

She used to run a restaurant.

Her first job on LinkedIn was as the Owner of Four Seasons Hot Pot & Dumplings from 2006 until 2008. Provo, Utah is the location of the eatery.

She said on the firm’s website that she was in charge of “external networking,” “market research and analysis,” and “creating and administering [the] corporate website.”

Brigham Young University was her alma mater.

Brigham Young University awarded the interpreter a Bachelor of Science degree in Business/Managerial Economics in 2007.

According to LinkedIn, she studied Conference Interpretation at the Monterey Institute of International Studies between 2011 and 2013.

MELINDA GATES AND BILL GATES HAVE ANNOUNCED THE END OF THEIR 27-YEAR MARRIAGE.

She is a multilingual woman.

Wang can speak at least six languages, as one might expect of an interpreter.

She has many endorsements for Chinese, Spanish, French, German, and Japanese on LinkedIn, and just one endorsement for Mandarin.

She declares that she is “native or multilingual” in Cantonese, Mandarin, and English.

She has a creative aspect to her.

Wang appears to be more than simply a businesswoman since she has received peer endorsements for teaching piano and choreographing Chinese dance.

Bill and Melinda gates’ interpreter Zhe ‘Shelly’ Wang purportedly denies breaking up the couple.

A translator for the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation has rejected reports that she was engaged in their divorce on social media.

Zhe “Shelly” Wang, who has worked as an interpreter for the foundation since March 2015, turned to social media to deny that she and Bill or Melinda had anything more than a professional connection.

IN THE MIDST OF DIVORCE DRAMA, A MOMENT FROM BILL GATES’ PAST RETURNS TO HAUNT HIM.

“I assumed the rumors would go away by themselves,” Wang, 36, allegedly said on Chinese social networking site Weibo, “but I did not anticipate the stories to get crazier and crazier disseminated.”

“How many books can I read?” she continued, “so why to waste time on baseless rumors?”

“I’d want to express my gratitude to everyone for their concern and assistance in refuting the rumors via private messages during the last 24 hours.”

She concluded her letter with a link to a piece headlined “#Gates divorce, some wicked individuals rumor to defame an innocent Chinese girl,” which she linked to.

Wang began working as an interpreter at the Monterey Institute of International Studies in September 2012, according to her LinkedIn page, which has since been removed. She also worked on multiple TED Conferences.

In April 2013, she began working as an interpreter for TED Conferences, where she led a team that translated TED programs into Chinese, French, German, Japanese, Korean, Russian, and Spanish.

She also works as an interpreter for Harvard Business School and Yale School of Management.

Little is known about what caused Bill and Melinda’s marriage to fall apart, but they did announce in a joint statement on Monday, “We have decided to dissolve our marriage after much deliberation and hard work on our partnership. We’ve raised three wonderful children and established a charity that works throughout the world to ensure that everyone may enjoy healthy, productive lives.”

They went on, “We still believe in the purpose and will continue to work together at the foundation, but we don’t think we can develop as a couple in this next stage of our life. As we continue to navigate this new life, we want space and privacy for our family.”

However, it has been revealed that Bill, 65, and Melinda, 56, had a bizarre agreement that permitted Bill to spend every year in a lovely beach home in North Carolina with his ex-girlfriend.

When he married Melinda in 1994, the millionaire Microsoft entrepreneur made sure the strange arrangement was part of the bargain, he said Time magazine in a 1997 article.

Gates said of his clandestine excursions with fellow nerd techie and former Ann Winblad — who is now blissfully married to actor Kevin Kline’s detective brother, Alex Kline, according to a source.

Before proposing to his wife, Gates sought Winblad’s consent.

“I phoned Ann and asked for her approval when I was off on my own thinking about marrying Melinda,” he claimed, adding that Winblad approved of the other lady.

Melinda filed for divorce on Monday, claiming that she and Bill, who married on New Year’s Day 1994 in Hawaii, don’t have a prenuptial agreement to divide their estimated $130 billion in assets.

Bill’s position as the world’s fourth-richest person provides him a lot of buying power, which he’s utilized to build an impressive collection of real estate, stocks, sports vehicles, rare books, and artwork.

Bill and Melinda signed a separation agreement to divide their property and belongings, but the contents of the agreement were not revealed in the King County Superior Court filings in Washington.

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