Mr. Danny T. Chiu is Chairman and CEO of Morrison Express Corp., a leading Asia-based global freight forwarding & logistics company. Mr. Chiu joined Morrison Express in 1995 and has been the driving force behind the continuing transformation of Morrison Express from a regional to a global player.
Prior to joining Morrison Express, Mr. Chiu served as a consultant at The Boston Consulting Group. Mr. Chiu sits on the Board of Advisors of Georgetown University’s School of Foreign Service. He was President of Harvard Club of Taiwan in 2012-2014 and President of Harvard Business School Association of Taipei in 2005-2012.
Mr. Chiu received his BSFS in International Economics from Georgetown University and his MBA from Harvard Business School.
Mr. Charles Yen co-founded AAMA Taipei Cradle Program with Mr. Jan Hung-Tze and served as the principal of the program since 2012. AAMA Taipei Cradle Program assists young entrepreneurs with startups at growth stage by connecting cross-generation mentorship resources. He is now dedicated to bridging the cross-generation experience and resources to enhance the startup ecosystem in Taiwan.
Mr. Yen worked at international professional services firms based in the United States, People Republic of China and Taiwan over three decades. He had been nominated as “The Annual Character of Startup Charity in China” by CyZone in the year of 2009. Mr. Charles Yen is now the Independent Director of the board of Eslite Spectrum Co., Ltd., Sinyi Realty co., Ltd, and Chunghwa Telecom Co., Ltd.
Mr. Joseph Tsai is vice chairman and director of Cathay United Bank, one of the largest private banks with strong market positions in Taiwan, where Mr. Tsai endeavors in setting the long-term development strategies and executing mergers and acquisitions, banking innovation and organizational optimization plans. Mr. Tsai also serves as director of Cathay Life Insurance, executive vice president of Tung Chi Enterprise Co., Ltd., and vice president of the Harvard Club of the Republic of China.
Mr. Tsai received his J.D. from Georgetown University.
Joe Tsai is a co-founder and executive vice chairman of Alibaba Group, a global Internet technology company based in China. His career at Alibaba spans over 20 years, during which he was the company’s chief financial officer and oversaw strategic investments. He is a founding member of Alibaba Partnership.
Tsai is Governor of the Brooklyn Nets (NBA) and New York Liberty (WNBA), and is Chairman of the teams’ home arena Barclays Center. He owns the San Diego Seals, a professional indoor lacrosse team in the National Lacrosse League and has investments in the Premier Lacrosse League and Los Angeles FC of Major League Soccer.
Through the Joe and Clara Tsai Foundation, Tsai and his wife Clara Wu Tsai are active philanthropists supporting initiatives in education, research, criminal justice reform, the arts and, most recently, humanitarian relief during the COVID-19 pandemic. Tsai is also a founding board member of The Asian American Foundation (TAAF), a new non-profit to advocate for Asian Americans and provide much-needed funding and resources to AAPI organizations.
Prior to founding Alibaba Group, Tsai was a private equity investor with Investor AB of Sweden’s Wallenberg family. He is a graduate of Yale College (BA ’86) and Yale Law School (JD ’90), and practiced tax law as an associate with Sullivan & Cromwell LLP in New York from 1990 to 1993.
Mr. Andrew Lee joins the Taiwan Entrepreneurs Fund Limited as Executive Director.
Mr. Lee was the Chief Financial Offer of EnTie Commercial Bank (“EnTie Bank”), a publicly listed bank on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TWSE: 2849) and a portfolio company in the Longreach Group managed private equity fund. In his role as Chief Financial Officer at EnTie Bank from 2007 to 2015, he oversaw the strategic and organizational development, budgeting and reporting, human resources management, information technology services and integrated risk management, and helped turn around EnTie Bank into a modern and highly profitable bank in Taiwan. Mr. Lee served as the spokesman of EnTie Bank and as a member to its management committee, asset and liability management committee, risk committee, and personnel evaluation committee.
Prior to joining EnTie Bank, Mr. Lee was a vice president at the investment banking division of Lehman Brothers Inc., responsible for both the coverage of clients in Taiwan as well as the execution of capital markets and mergers and acquisitions (“M&A”) transactions. Mr. Lee completed various fund raising and M&A transactions for large Taiwanese enterprises in technology, media, telecom, and financial services industries. Mr. Lee also assisted in various leveraged buyouts by international private equity firms.
Mr. Lee received his BA and MBA in finance from National Taiwan University.