Leaders control significant resources. "Resources" may include capital, knowledge, connections, experiences, audiences, decision-making powers, facilities, products, influence, and more. 

Many leaders are world-known leaders and pioneers of their fields. They include some of the largest private investors, philanthropists, celebrities, actors, musicians, athletes, former politicians, influencers, academics, lobbyists, corporate executives, family offices, venture capitalists, private equity and hedge fund executives, and non-governmental organizations in the world. 

Leaders are expected not only to have a strong desire to, but also have the ability to, significantly benefit users working in their areas of interest. 

The Vintro organization does not allow individuals to become leaders if their profile does not clearly demonstrate that they are a resource allocator.

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