Lani Cao 曹霄鹤
Mrs. Lani Cao, the owner of Lani Cao Law Office, graduated from Seattle University School of Law and China University of Political Science and Law. She was admitted to Washington State Bar and the Bar of People’s Republic of China. She is a member of Washington State Bar Association, King County Bar Association, and American Immigration Lawyer Association. Mrs. Cao has been an active community member to serve at nonprofit organizations like the Principal of Northwest Chinese School from 2007-2009, and the founder of Northeastern Chinese Association of USA.
Y.P. Chan 陈宇平
Mr. Y.P. Chan is currently focusing on investment and business advisory services primarily in Greater China and the United States. He is also a CEO and owner of a Seattle based software company with 15 years of history. Y.P. has over 20 years of experience in business management, entrepreneurship, investment and education in USA and Greater China. He has management experience in running companies that range from start-ups to be a CEO of an US publicly listed company. He worked at IBM Poughkeepsie Laboratories as an electrical and computer engineer at his early professional career. He worked at TRW and Honeywell.
He obtained both his MBA and MSEE degrees from Columbia University. He is currently an advisory board member of The University of Washington Bothell School of Business, a Visiting Executive Lecturer in the Darden Business School. He is the co-authored of business cases and article in Darden Business Publishing and Washington Post.
Liam Li 李黎
Mr. Liam Li has 30 years of business experience across the United States and China. Most recently, he is the CFO and Managing Director for a large Seattle-based hedge fund.
He obtained his MBA from University of Chicago. He has been active in Seattle metropolitan area nonprofit organizations such as Rotary Seattle 4, Northwest Chinese School, United Chinese Americans at Washington, Washington State China Relations Council, and the World Affairs Council. His passion is to build bridges among international communities, especially between the United States and China, and promote economic and cultural discussions.