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Mitchell F. Stanley serves as a President and Trustee of the National Center for Sustainable Development, headquartered in Washington, D.C. since its inception in 2001. Prior to this time and during the formation and initial phase of operations of the National Center for Sustainable Development & the Brownfield Stewardship Fund beginning in February 2000 he was Chairman of the Board and Executive Vice President for Business Development of WebBank, an FDIC insured financial institution located in Salt Lake City, Utah. Mr. Stanley had formed WebBank with an investor group in September 1997 to pursue loan origination and transactions over the Internet utilizing WebBank's national financial institution charter in the government guaranteed and other small business lending fields. WebBank received its new charter in an FDIC approved change of control from its former owner H&R Block Financial in July 1998. Prior to the acquisition of WebBank, Mr. Stanley served as vice president for small business lending for a subsidiary of Ford Motor Company later acquired by Citigroup Inc. This continued an interest in new and innovative small business lending products and economic development programs begun during Mr. Stanley's tenure with the Federal Government as Deputy Administrator of the U.S. Small Business Administration in charge of the SBA's Finance, Investment and Procurement programs; a portfolio of national programs designed to promote access to capital for small business and entrepreneurs and government contracts for qualified minority contractors (8A) during the early 1990's. Mr. Stanley's career in the Federal government beginning in 1976 included positions with the U.S. Department's of Commerce and State, the Federal Savings and Loan Insurance Corporation and the White House.
Mr. Eric Fang is the Founder and CEO of Airtrust International Systems Corporation, a member of Sinoaccess Group of Companies, whose activities are focused on the China market covering a wide variety of market sectors including telecom, mobile and media, renewable energy and environmental, healthcare and bio-medical. Mr. Fang is the Founder and Chairman of Sinoaccess Corporation and responsible for developing and managing existing government relationships and new business development initiatives and the overall business management of the firm, which is focused on the development and investment in environmental and emissions reduction projects and emissions credit trading, primarily in China. Mr. Fang manages firm's investment advisory and asset management business associated with renewable and clean energy, environmental and emissions markets in China. Mr. Fang is a member of the Board of Trustees of the National Center for Sustainable Development, a U.S. based national 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization, where he has played a key role in founding and developing the China-U.S. Low Carbon Development Cooperation Program in association with the China Clean Development Mechanism Fund Management Center, an extension of the Ministry of Finance, China. Mr. Fang is the Founder of Muuzii Technologies, a mobile learning and translation company in China. Mr. Fang is a Co-founder and Vice President of SinoNicaragua Group, responsible for promoting and facilitating commerce and direct investments opportunities in Nicaragua. Mr. Fang is also serving as a Member of the Board of Directors of University of Wisconsin - Stevens Point Foundation.
Mr. Fang has over 20 years of extensive experiences in business entry strategic development and strategic relationship development, product marketing and sales and joint ventures investment development in China. Mr. Fang has been in business development consulting in the technology field of oil and gas, alternative energy, broadband technology, satellite, wireless and mobile communications. Mr. Fang has been a key China market development consultant, advisor, and strategist to the world's major telecommunications and network companies namely AT&T Tridon, Tektronix, Arris, GE Spacenet, Spar Aerospace Limited, ComSat, Orbcomm Global, L-3 Communications, ComStream, ABB Nera, and Astro Malaysia with significant proven business development achievements in China. Mr. Fang has developed an extensive network in China of high level government, ministry, and corporate level relationships over the past 20 years. His expertise ranges from market entry strategy, network technology, technology investment strategy, project financing and investment. Under Mr. Fang's leadership, the group has been involved in the Chinese telecommunications & broadband network development for the past 20 years and has built more than 10 wireless based private networks in China to Ministry of Transportations, Ministry of Railways, State Administration of Environmental Protection Agency, Ministry of Petroleum, State Forestry Administration and the State Administration for Radio, Film and TV, valued at more than USD 100+ million.
Mr. Fang holds a Bachelor of Science degree from both the Sichuan University in China and the University of Wisconsin and is a MBA candidate from University of Houston.
Dr. Wen Gang is the Deputy Director of Research and Development Department, China CDM Fund Management Center, Ministry of Finance (MOF) of China. He has maintained this position since October 2007. From 1990-2003, he served with the Institute of Atmospheric Physics, Chinese Academy of Sciences, and was actively involved in a series of national key climate change research projects and received the 2nd-rank National Nature Science Award because of his work during that time. From 2003-2007, Dr. Wen served as Senior Program Officer on climate change in the China GEF Office. From 2005-2007, he participated in the preparation process for the establishment of the China CDM Fund and was the team leader on the technical design group. In the above positions, Dr. Wen was deeply engaged in international climate change cooperation and contributed to design, implementation and evaluation of a number of GEF projects and domestic development projects. Dr. Wen holds a Degree of Science in Nanjing Institute of Meteorology, and Master Degree and Ph.D. of Climatology in Chinese Academy of Sciences.• Fang Ling, Vice President, China Operations
Ms. Fang Ling is co-founded Sinoaccess Corporation and is serving as President and COO for the Group of Companies. She is also managing the Group of Companies' China business development and strategy. Ms. Fang is a Co-founder of Muuzii Technologies, a China based mobile learning and translation technology company, and serving as President and managing the firms business in China. Ms. Fang brings more than 18 years of broadband telecommunications and broadcast business development experience as well as corporate management experience. As Managing Director of the Corporate's China operation, Ms. Fang is responsible for Corporate's China strategy design, marketing and sales. Ms. Fang has extensive experience in executive management, analyzing, developing and managing appropriate distribution channels for market coverage, including business development consultants, distributors, and representative partners. She is also very experienced in recruiting, developing, and managing of sales staffs and sales organizations with particular emphasis on team building, objective setting, metrics development and measurement, and implementation of required corrective actions. Ms. Fang is a key team leader, strategist, tactician and negotiator for Corporate's network project award in China, which today valued at USD100+ million. Prior to joining the company, Ms. Fang was the Associate Chief Editor for "Management World" Magazine under the powerful State Council of China. Ms. Fang is a graduate of Sichuan University with BA degree and Master of Arts degree in Philosophy from Beijing University.
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