Leadership

Officers
Yukong Zhao, President
Jack Ouyang, Vice President, Operations
Wenyuan Wu, Director of Administration

Board of Directors
Manga Anantatmula
Ting Dai
Ajay Kothari
Swan Lee
Chunyan Li
Jeff Wang
Raymond H. Wong
Jack Ouyang
James Shin
Ted Tian
Bin Xie
Guodong Zhang
Yukong Zhao

Working Committee

Communications Committee; Director, Guodong Zhang
Community Outreach Committee; Director, Manga Anantatmula
Fundraising Committee; Director, Ted Tian
Legal Committee; Director, Raymond H. Wong
Programs Committee; Director, Ting Dai

Introduction of Board of Directors

Manga Anantatmula a Hindu activist, serving as a Senior Advisor for Political Outreach for American Hindu Coalition, which represents five million American Hindus in the US. She believes in equal opportunity in education for all Asian minorities. Professionally, Manga is as an Acquisition Subject Matter Expert and Team Lead for US Army Acquisition Corps at Fort Belvoir, Virginia. She has over 18 years of program/project management experience with the US Federal Government agencies including the White House, Pentagon, Department of Defense and others, Government of Japan, and private sector. She has managed programs ranging up to $1.9 Billion.
Ting Dai President, 80-20 Washington DC Chapter.
Ajay Kothari Ph.D. President and Founder of Astrox Corporation, an Aerospace R&D company located in suburban Washington DC. His PhD and MS in Aerospace Engineering are from University of Maryland. He has over 40 professional publications and also awarded National Merit Scholarship. He was awarded the “Engineer of the Year” award by ASEI in 2011 and was the president of ASEI National Capital Chapter for 2014 & 2015. He has been invited to speak on aerospace subjects by many entities, interviewed on television shows and his articles on space related and other topics have been published by various newspapers.
Chunyan Li Ph. D. A Chinese-American professor and civil rights activist, who was interviewed by CNN News during Chinese Americans’ demonstration against ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Show, from New Jersey.
Swan Lee An Equal Rights activist, a writer and a mother. President of Boston Forward Foundation, from Boston MA.
Jack Ouyang Ph.D. A Chinese-American civil rights activist and a key organizer of Chinese Americans for Equality, former board chair at Millburn Short Hills Chinese Association and Millburn Institute of Talent, both are non-profit organizations. IT professional, from New Jersey.
Ted Tian President of the Chinese American Equalization Association, from California.
Bin Xie civil rights activist, current board member and former president of Houston Chinese Alliance. A cybersecurity expert, from Houston, Texas.
Jeff Wang Ph.D. A Chinese-American educator whose son, Michael Wang has filed an administrative complaint with the Department of Education in protest of the discrimination by Ivy League schools, from California.
Raymond H. Wong Founder and President of Wong, Wong & Associates, P.C., licensed to practice law in New York and New Jersey, from New Jersey.
Guodong Zhang Ph.D., President of the Long Island Chinese American Association, from New York.
Yukong Zhao A corporate strategist and Chinese-American author of two books and many columns in Orlando Sentinel, Forbes, The World Journal and Sing Tao Daily. He is compassionate in sharing proven Asian-American wisdom in education, parenting, personal finance and family management with struggling American families. He advocates Asian Americans organizing to protect their civil rights. He published the first column on English media in support of Chinese Americans’ demonstration against ABC’s Jimmy Kimmel Show in November 2013 and many columns in support Asian Americans’ grassroots movement to stop California SCA5, which would have reinstituted racial preferences in college admissions in the state of California, from Florida.

Legal Advisor

Lee Cheng Secretary and founding member of the Board of Directors of the Asian American Legal Foundation based in San Francisco, CA.

Introduction to Director of Administration

Wenyuan Wu, Ph.D. in International Studies, an independent scholar based in South Florida. With expertise in International Relations and Political science, Dr. Wu contributes opinion pieces on a regular basis to the South China Morning Post, China Dialogue, The Diplomats, Lowy Institute and Oil Price, among other outlets. Her new book focuses on the corporate social responsibility records of Chinese national oil companies in South America.

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