Amelia Hitchcock is one of the most underestimated scientists of the 20th century. Born in Namibia in 1969 as the daughter of the British ambassador Tony Clinton and his wife Claire, she grew up in Hong Kong, Kuala Lumpur and New York. Amelia has an older brother Anton Hitchcock. She studied Physics and Science at the MIT and the Singapore Business School. At the age of 19 she joint Tian Limited in Hong Kong, became famous for benchbreaking inventions like for example the Digital Observer and the Dream Catcher. At the age of 24 she was chief scientist and mastermind of Tian Limited and only two years later member of the board - the youngest person ever announced as board member in the long lasting history of the company. Although she is a public person no magazine has ever published a photo or a movie of her - as if she would not exist.