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Team

Christina Zhu-Weaver, CPA

 

Founder and CEO

CPA licensed in New York and California, Certified Internal Auditor, Certified Information System Auditor

BA, Computer Science

Macc, Accountancy

PwC (Texas, New York, Silicon Valley), Pacific Northwest National Lab (US. Department Of Energy), Ernst & Young

Client Served: Google, Intuitive Surgical, VMware, Federal Reserve Bank, Texas State Bank, ESPN, Lehman Brothers, Hertz, Thermo Fisher Scientific.
 

 
Li Zi
 
China Chief Representative
 
China Project Manager
Human Resource Manager
 
Former Director of China Merchant Bank, Shanghai
 

Niklas Karlsson, PhD

Technical Advisor, AI Expert

Chief Scientist and Vice President of R&D at Oath

Standford Executive Program

PhD, Mechanical Engineering

MA, Statistics and Applied Probability

MS, Engineering Physics

Evolution Robotics, AOL, Oath (Verizon)

Visionary research leader, 29 issued Patents

Dylan Gittleman

Business Advisor

Board Advisor to ClearAccessIP.com

BA,Economics

MBA

Silicon Valley veteran who has held management positions at GE Capital, Nortel Networks and IBM, launched two foreign service providers in Silicon Valley, has taken a company public and is an active Board Advisor to SV Startups.

Keith Spears

Venture Capital/ Investor Advisor

MBA, Stanford University

JD, Corporate Law, Yale University

BA, Economics and Urban Studies, Brown University  

Alternative asset professional with a particular expertise in impact investing, private equity, mergers and acquisitions and real estate. Over a nearly 30-year career, Keith has worked on over 100 transactions and investments that range from $1.0 million to well over $10 billion in size. He has led the due diligence effort on over 50 fund and co-investment opportunities and he has generated top quartile performance on behalf of his clients. Over his career, Keith has advised on over $47 billion in transactions, including approximately $30 billion in 80 private equity fund investments and co-investments and $17 billion in 75 mergers, acquisitions and related financing.