Jiin Chen, Ph. D.
President ('09); has been serving Seattle chapter since
2001; Chair, Modern Engineering Technology Seminars (METS,
'12); President, Chair or Advisor, Boeing Asian American
Professional Association ('03-'11); Lead Avionics System
Engineer, The Boeing Company ('82-'96); Architect, Quality
Management Systems, The Boeing Company ('96-'11)
Principal Program Manager at Microsoft Corporation; former
Sr. Group Manager, Online Services Division at Capital One
Alliance Certified Scrum Master; experienced Agile Coach,
and Microsoft certified Six Sigma Green Belt.
MBA - Finance (major) / Marketing (minor). Advisor
for University of Washington - Bothell MBA.
James Lee, Ph.D.
Chairman (’11); Board Director (‘10-’13)
President of SVision LLC; former CTO of NeoPath, Inc.,
author of 80+ publications; inventor on 66 issues & 20
pending US patents; former Washington Technology Center
Professional Development Chair (’11);
Board Director (’08-’10)
Former president, VP operations of
AeroVision Avionics; former Sales Director, Engineering
Manager at Boeing Commercial Airplane Co.; past president of
Shiang-Yu Lee, Ph.D
Dr. Shiang-yu Lee recently retired from the Boeing Company
as an Information Architect. He was involved in the
development of architecture for managing information assets
and computing system consolidation efforts. He demonstrated
a system for metadata and master data managements. Prior to
that assignment, he also worked at Boeing in areas of
Information Standards Development, Structural Engineering,
Product Development, Factory Management Systems and
International Relations. He was the primary designer for the
acclaimed ATA 2100 CSDD (Common Support Data Dictionary)
database logical schema.
Shiang-yu Lee graduated in Mechanical Engineering from
National Taiwan University and has his Master and Ph. D.
Degrees both accredited from University of Delaware in
Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering.
Gina Li, Ph. D.
President ('12) Vice President (’11); Board Director
ShyhChung Lin, Ph.D
Vice-President of Business Development at Lightel Technologies,
inc.. Dr. Lin find
interest in wide range of technology related products and
services, and has served
in various capacities in both Fortune 50 and small startup
Ed Miao, Ph. D
Avid pilot: single engine land and sea; instrument; helicopter.
Former Boeing Engineer in Network
Performance; alumnus of Carnegie Mellon University; member
of CMG (Computer Measurement Group), principal co-founder of
OCA (Organization of Chinese American) GS (Greater Seattle)
chapter; Executive VP of CAF (Chinese American Forum).
Xiuling (Hannah) Su, Ph.D
Xiuling (Hannah) Su works at Boeing as Value Engineering /
Mechanical Standards Focal of BR&T (Boeing Research &
Technology) Supplier Management support. She started this
role since March 2013. Before that she worked as BR&T Pudget
Sound Mechanical Parts Technology Manager, 787 Major
Projects Multi-skill Engineering Manager, BCA (Boeing
Commercial Airplane) Supplier Program Manager of MHI Japan,
BMA (Boeing Military Airplane) P-8A Senior Structure
Engineer of Structure Integrity and Full Scale Testing etc.
She worked as Principal Product Engineer of TRW,Senior
Engineering Analyst of Citation and Senior Design Engineer
of Ford Motor company before she joined Boeing in 2006.
Kai Wang, Ph.D.
President (’11); Board Director (‘10-’13)
Chief Technology Officer of Taiwan Genome Sciences;
cofounder of PhenoGenomics; former senior scientist at
Celltech Inc., with over 40 original research papers and
Robert Wang, Ph.D.
Board Director (‘10-’13)
Senior Software Design Engineer at Microsoft Corporation;
former principal engineer, Boeing Corporation; former chief
Dr. Wang is a research engineer in Boeing Company.
He received Ph.D.
degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of
Washington and M.S. degree in Materials Science and
Engineering from Huazhong University of Science and
Technology, China. Prior to joining Boeing, Dr. Wang was a
Senior Scientist in MicroGREEN Polymers. Dr. Wang has
produced over 20 publications for major journals and
international conferences, numerous research reports, 1
granted US patent, 4 US patent applications, and 7 US patent
invention disclosures. Dr. Wang has been active in Chinese
Institute of Engineers. Most recently he led the efforts to
organize the Science Fun part in CIE’s annual MathComp and
Yong Zhou, Ph. D.
Yong Zhou, born in Shanghai, China in 1969. Graduated from
Beijing University in 1990 and got his Ph.D. degree in
Second Military Medical University (Shanghai) in 1999.
He’s a research
scientist at the Institute for Systems Biology in Seattle.
Major research field includes developing novel techniques to
facilitate biomedical researches.
Married and have a
likes hiking, driving, badminton, and photography.