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1 CIE/USA DFW Chapter 2015 Orientation 2015 Officer Roles and Goals Team Presentation December 13, 2014

2 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:00-1:3030LunchEvery one 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

3 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:00-1:3030LunchEvery one 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

4 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Orientation Opening Xinfen Chen December 13, 2014

5 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

6 Overview of CIE-USA Overview of CIE-USA and CIE-USA National Council 美洲中國工程師學會全國總會 (www.cie-usa.org) Presented by: Thomas Wu ( 吳同慶 ) December 13, 2014

7 CIE-USA History  CIE-USA was Founded in 1917** in New York area. CIE-USA/National Council (NC) was Established in 1986 CIE-USA/DFW Chapter was Established in 1989 (** A CIE-USA 100 th Anniversary Celebration Task Force has been established for planning on celebration event to be held in 2017)  National Level Non-profit professional federation organization of CIE-USA has Seven(7) Area Chapters (more information can be found at  To promote Science, Engineering, Technology and Mathematics (STEM) in all communities across United States

8 Founder of CIE ( 中國工程師學會 ) : Zhan Tien-You

9 Overview of CIE-USA  Seven area chapters  Greater New York  San Francisco Bay Area  Seattle  Dallas Fort Worth  New Mexico (based in ABQ)  OCEESA (Oversea Chinese Environmental Engineers and Scientists Asso.)  South CAL (based in LAX)

10 Overview of CIE-USA CIE-USA NATIONAL COUNCIL Officers: Chairman:Jason Wen (SOCAL Chapter) Vice-ChairAllen Chen (GNYC Chapter) Exec SecretarySu-Syin Chou (SOCAL Chapter) TreasurerTien-Jen Cheng (GNYC Chapter) NC Advisors: Wen Lin, Thomas Wu, John C.P. Huang, James Lee Yung Sung Cheng, David Fong, Tony Torng Local Chapter Representatives: DFW: Yu Meng, Chinpei Tang, Qing Zhao, Xinfen Chen, Grace Tyler, Thomas Wu GNYC: Allen C. Chen, Jun-Min Liu, Tien-Jen Cheng, Rong N. Chang, Howard Chen, Yew-Huey Liu New Mexico: Lin Ye, Yung Sung Cheng, Beiling Liu OCEESA: Jeff Kuo, David Shaw, Kaimin Shih SFB: Su-Syin Chou, Barry Lin, Larry Wang, John Xie, David Fong, Richard Yau Seattle: James Lee, Jiin Chen, Gina Li, Yong Zhou, Angela Huang, Kai Wang Southern California (LA): Tony Torng, Gordon Wei, Scarlett Kwong

11 Overview of CIE-USA CIE-USA FLAG-SHIP PROGRAMS: METS (Modern Engineering and Technology Seminar) Started from 1966 in Taipei, Taiwan SATEC (Sino-American Technology and Engineering Conference) Started from 1993 in Beijing, China AAEOY (Asian-American Engineer of the Year Award) Initiated from DFW Chapter in 2002 in Dallas, USA CIE-USA is a Partner of National Discover-E Foundation based in Washington DC: Sponsor of National Future City Competition program Sponsor of New-Faces of Engineering program Hosting AAEOY Event as part of the National E-Week Celebration (*2015 AAEOY will be held on 2/28/2015 in Los Angeles hosted by CIE-SOCAL Chapter)

12 METS 25 th Conference in Taipei, Taiwan (11/10/14)

13 SATEC 10 th Conference in Beijing, China (5/30/14)

14 The First AAEOY Event Initiated from DFW Chapter in 2002, Dallas TX

15 National E-Week Foundation (Discover-E): CIE-USA is an Acting Member of Diversity Council Based in Washington DC

16 Overview of CIE-USA THANK YOU

17 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Wen-Shin Wang, Edward Yu, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

18 CIE/USA-DFW promotes Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics (STEM) awareness in the community

19 Established in 1989 Registered 501(c)(3) Non-profit Organization in the State of Texas

20 One of the most active professional organizations in DFW Metroplex 400+ active members Served people annually

21 Close ties with major corporations and organizations Including companies in Fortune 500

22 CIE/USA-DFW Board of Directors Mark Carpenter, Oncor Simon Chang, Texas Instruments Tony Chang, Huawei* Dr. Xinfen Chen, Texas Instruments Charles Chow, Deloitte Dr. Claire Jung, Texas Instruments Dr. David Kao, Diodes Dr. Wei-Jen Lee, UT Arlington Michael Wang, IBM Dr. Chinpei Tang, Caterpillar Grace Tyler, Bank of America

23 CIE/USA-DFW Officer Team President Dr. Xinfen Chen Executive VP Simon Chang VP Secretary Dr. Xiang (Sean) Luo VP Treasurer Jessica Yang, CPA VP Public Relations Dr. Xinxin Sun VP Youth Programs Dr. Allan Zhong VP Young Professionals Wen-Shin Wang Convention Chair Edward Yu

24 CIE/USA-DFW Programs & 2014 Accomplishments Professional Programs Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Programs Young Professional Programs Youth Programs CIE/USA-DFW Since 1989

25 Professional Programs Spring Technical Symposium* Convention Technical Tour Convention Fall International Technology Symposium* Convention VIP Reception and Banquet* Energy Executive Forum Retirement Planning for Technical Professional Seminar

26 Spring Technical Symposium* -Big Data 25 th Anniversary Convention Technical Tour -Oncor Electric Delivery -Texas Instruments -AT&T

27 25 th Anniversary Convention Fall International Technology Symposium* -“Smarter Data, Smarter Energy, Smarter People” 25 th Anniversary Convention VIP Reception* -10 DFW City Mayors Proclamation

28 25 th Anniversary Convention Banquet* -Performance -Keynote Speech -Recognition -Young Achiever Award -Election

29 Energy Executive Forum -First in 2014! Retirement Planning for Technical Professional Seminar -First in 2014!

30 Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Programs Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Program (LAMP)* Mentoring Lunch Meeting ZTE Leadership Seminar

31 Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Program (LAMP) -Keynote -Leadership Assessment -Collaborated with UTD FACSS Mentoring Lunch Meeting -7 times in Collaborated with UTD FACSS, UTD TSA, AT&T APCA, CEO Global – UTD Chapter

32 ZTE Leadership Seminar -Intensive one-day leadership training

33 Career Development Seminar* Campus Visit Mock Interview Sessions Young Professional Programs Career Development Seminar* -Collaborated with UTD TSA (Undergraduates)

34 Youth Programs MathComp/MathFun & Parenting Seminar* Young Achiever Award* Engineering/Science Event* Speech Contests Summer Camps

35 MathComp/MathFun* -Flagship youth program with > 20 years of history -Students of 1 st – 7 th graders Parenting Seminar* -Parenting to excel in math!

36 Engineering/Science Event* -North Texas Regional Science Bowl -Held in conjunction with DiscoverE/E-Week Young Achiever Award* -Very outstanding 10 th & 11 th graders -Awarded in Convention

37 Speech Contests -Chinese (Dallas Modern Chinese School) -English (Texas Dragon Toastmaster) Summer Camps -Community Youth Leadership Camp (CYLC) -Chinese Youth Camp (CYC)

38 Professional Programs Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Programs Young Professional Programs Youth Programs Social/Family Programs

39 Social/Family Programs CIE Night Chinese New Year Celebration Summer PicnicFall Picnic

40 President Dr. Chinpei Tang Executive VP Dr. Xinfen Chen VP Secretary Edward Yu VP Treasurer Jessica Yang, CPA VP Public Relations Dr. Xinxin Sun VP Youth Programs Dr. Pinghai Hao VP Young Professionals Elliot Chou Convention Chair Simon Chang

41 Thank You!

42 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

43 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Leadership Training History & Vision Faa-Ching Wang December 13, 2014

44  CIE/USA Objective  CIE/USA is a non-profit organization.  The Objective of CIE/USA is to  promote communication and the interchange of information among engineers and scientists in the various fields of engineering science: Networking  who are interested in the well-being of the Chinese engineering community in the U.S. and abroad: Forum  Founded in 1917 with 90+ years of history  National Council + 6 local area chapters (DFW, NY, SF, NM, Seattle, OCEESA)  Flagship programs  METS in Taipei  SATEC in Beijing  Asian Engineering Award, National E-week, US CIE Overview

45 DFW Area Chapter Evolution Founded in 1989 with a quarter of century legacy First DecadeFoundation Building Second DecadeExpansion Third DecadeSustainable Growth Fourth DecadeInnovative reinvention

46 What’s next for CIE/USA-DFW?  Stay on course.  Trail blaze & lead the way in Personalization Revolution.  Promote better balance between technological & cultural consideration.

47  Be Proud of the CIE/USA-DFW Legacy  Commit High Goals with High Expectations  Build the organization for Sustainable Growth  Explore with great mind CIE/USA-DFW: Future & Opportunity

48 Thanks !!!

49 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

50 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Leadership Training CIE By-Law and Ethics Sam Tung December 13, 2014

51 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

52 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Leadership Training My CIE Experience Mark Carpenter December 13, 2014

53 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Leadership Training My CIE Experience Grace Tyler December 13, 2014

54 CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter 2015 Leadership Training My CIE Experience Dr. Qing Zhao December 13, 2014

55 CIE Experience 2006, CIE/USA-DFW Technical Director for Semi-Conductor 2007, CIE/USA-DFW Executive Vice President 2008, CIE/USA-DFW Convention Chair 2009, CIE/USA-DFW President 2010, CIE/USA-DFW Chairman of Board 2011~Present, CIE/USA-DFW Advisor and CIE/USA National Council Representative 2014~2016, CIE/USA 11 th SATEC Chair Professional Experience 1995~1997, Section Manager, Siemens Mobile Communications 2000~2013, Engineering Operation Manager, Texas Instruments 2013~Present, Consulting Engineer, Oncor Electric Delivery Power (Qing) Zhao Ph.D., P.E.

56 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

57 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

58 CIE/USA-DFW Chapter 2015 Orientation 2015 Officer Roles and Goals Team Presentation December 13, 2014

59 PresidentDr. Xinfen Chen Executive VPSimon Chang Convention ChairEdward Yu VP Young ProfessionalWen-Shin Wang VP Youth ProgramDr. Allan Zhong VP Public RelationsDr. Xinxin Sun VP TreasurerJessica Yang, CPA VP SecretaryDr. Xiang Luo 2015 Officer Team

60 Executive VP Role of EVP – T.E.M.P. 1.Lead Technical Symposium programs and professional technical activities 2.Work closely with the President to execute plans and activities. 3.Support membership drive through the technical programs 4.Promote CIE/USA-DFW and increase the organization’s recognition. 5.Act as a backup for the President.

61 EVP Goals – S.E.I.D. A.Strengthen CIE’s collaboration with external entities like IEEE, university alumni, corporate diversity organizations and other technical & business communities. B.Expand CIE’s technical network with outstanding professionals, both domestic and international, to build strong technical programs. C.Provide opportunity to identify future CIE leaders. D.Develop ‘focused’ & ‘inclusive’ technical programs for professionals.

62 EVP Execution Plan A.Strengthen CIE’s collaboration with external entities like IEEE, university alumni, corporate diversity organizations and other technical & business communities. Communicated with Zheda University Alumni ( 中国浙江 大学校友会 ) and received support to jointly host 2015 Spring Technical Symposium in March Target to pull in technical representatives also from CIE’s current/potential sponsors, such as Fujitsu. To collaborate with other University Alumni to host 2015 Fall Technical Symposium in August Targeted organizations include 中国交通大学校友会, 中国清華大 学校友会, 台灣大学校友会。

63 EVP Execution Plan (cont’d) B.Expand CIE’s technical network with outstanding professionals, both domestic and international, to build strong technical programs. Direct Route: Establish speaker database from symposium as well as other technical programs. Maintain contact with these speakers and inform them about CIE’s technical programs, concept similar to eNewsletter to our sponsors. Indirect Route: Leverage speaker database to recruit committee members for technical programs. Thru CIE members, advisor, board members’ help to reach out other networks.

64 EVP Execution Plan (cont’d) C.Provide opportunity to identify future CIE leaders. Let CIE volunteers and members to drive the technical programs, being a project manager (PM). Key focus includes execution, planning, people interaction, risk management, writing ( /reports/promotion) and oral presentation/speech. Encourage volunteers/members in PM role to participate internal and/or external leadership development trainings. Rotate volunteers/members in PM role to other projects, technical or non-technical, within CIE to accumulate experience and exposure.

65 EVP Execution Plan (cont’d) D.Develop ‘focused’ & ‘inclusive’ technical programs for professionals. Set a clear and focused theme or topics for each technical program/symposium; too broad may impede audience participation while too narrow may limit available speakers we can invite. The theme or topics of each technical program needs to align with the industry trends. Build talent-driven technical committee, not limited to folks with Chinese-heritage. Promote technical programs to organizations/communities in all diversities.

66 Roles Organize CIE Convention Task Force. Manage the Plan and Execution for the Convention. Represent CIE Annual Convention in Public Events. Showcase CIE programs to the leaders of the community and major corporations at the Convention. Help execute fund raising plans. Provide opportunity to identify future CIE leaders Convention Chair

67 Build the Convention Task Force according to the functions. Set the Theme, Keynote Speaker Invitation, and Fund Raising Plan for the Convention. Coordinate with all subgroups in CIE for Seminars and Presentations in Convention. Create a great place for volunteers to play different roles, show their talents, and have fun together. Have a Successful 2015 Convention. Goals 2015 Convention Chair

68 Wen-Shin Wang 2015 VP of Young Professionals

69 VP Young Professional o Role  Working with young professionals from the ages of yrs. old who just started their careers  Working with college students in preparing for job interviews and applications

70 VP Young Professional o Goals  Grow leadership within the university students and prepare for job applications  Identify other young professionals to grow the network  Explore and develop programs for the audience  Main focus on career develop  Program involve seminar sessions, videos, fast-turnaround question/answer

71 Youth Programs Objectives Promote, Stimulate and sustain youth interests in STEM. Build foundation for future growth of youth programs and expanded their impact in local communities. Maintain the high quality of our flagship events - Math Comp/Math Fun and Young Achiever Award.

72 Youth Programs Youth VP roles Create plan and budget for 2015 youth program. Build the team to run the events to be organized. Supervise and monitor overall progress of each event.

73 Youth Programs Groundwork for future 1.General liability insurance for CIE/USA-DFW and event insurance 2.Volunteer Screening and Volunteer Database 3.Job description for positions

74 VP Youth Programs VEX Robotics Competition2/07/2015 MathComp/MathFun/Parenting Seminar6/06/2015 Young Achiever Award (YAA)5-7/2015 Chinese Speech Contest4/18/2015 English Speech Contest6/27/2015 CYLC Leadership SeminarQ2 CYCQ3 CYLC Leadership Camps7/20-25/2014 Events to be developed: National Science Bowl – middle school level

75 Role: 1.Sponsor Relation 2.Publishing news and brochures for external communication 3.Build and maintain relationship with local communities VP of Public Relations

76 Goals: 1.Quarterly sponsor newsletters. 2.Press releases of CIE events to local media​ and keep CIE visible on local events/festivals​ 3.Collaborate on web contents and PR messages​ 4.In charge of CIE night​ 2015 VP of Public Relations

77 Roles Manage and track all sponsorships & funds Propose & monitor budget Maintain Accounting book & records Provide budget vs. actual & financial reports for board meetings and upon requests 2015 VP Treasurer

78 Assist the President and Event Chairs with the CIE- related financial questions or issues Maintain the integrity of the organization’s financial system Ensure officers/volunteers provide proper expense report & documentation for President’s approval for reimbursement. Work with CPA and provide accounting records to file for tax returns in a timely manner Roles 2015 VP Treasurer

79 VP Secretary ● Membership Management ● Property Management ● Internal communication & Documentation

80 Membership Management ● Membership Retention & Recruiting : initiate and actively drive the membership through working with different technical programs ● Chair candidate: Open ● Goal: members increase by 10% 2015 VP Secretary

81 Property Management ● Manage the CIE property and support its usages in the CIE activities ● Manager candidate: Jinhuan Li ● Goal: maintained & keep organized 2015 VP Secretary

82 Internal communication & Documentation ● Communication : editing and distributing Newsletters, broadcasting news and event announcements through the E- mail network and/or CIE-DFW web online. ● Chair candidate: Jan XIE ● Documentation: keep and organize all necessary documents https://onedrive.live.com/?cid=6EA5CA821E22FB3F&id=6E A5CA821E22FB3F! VP Secretary

83 one C one D Double S ● Coordinate ● Document ● Serve ● Support 2015 VP Secretary

84 President - Role Serve as the principal executive officer of the Corporation Supervise and control all of the business affairs Appoint the chairperson for working committees Supervise the function of working committees Perform duties as may be prescribed by the Board

85 Event/ProgramDateChairLocation CIE Night01/31/2015Xinxin SunMaxim CIE VEX Robotics Competition02/07/2015Arnold ZhangRice Middle Spring Technical Symposium03/07/2015Simon ChangUT Dallas Leadership/Career Development Seminar 03/21/2015Young Professional UT Dallas Young Achiever AwardMay-July, 15Dick CaiRenaissance Hotel MathComp/MathFun06/06/2015Allan ZhongCollin College Annual Convention08/15/2015Edward YuRenaissance Hotel Fall Technical Symposium08/15/2015TBDRenaissance Hotel 2015 President - Goal 2015 Core Programs

86 Program Support By VP & Functional Chair CIE night Convention VIP Banquet News Release Community Relations Membership Retention & Recruiting Asset Mgmt Newsletter Document Records Spring Seminars Fall Symposium Business Forum MCMFYAAVEX All Logistics Budget Account ing EVP Technical Groups VP of Young Professional VP of Youth Programs Convention Chair VP Public Relation VP Secretary VP Treasurer YA Asso. College Divisions LAMP for All Procure ment Technical Support 2015 President - Goal Career Development Explore New Progs Develop Networking

87 President - Goal Ensure programs support the strategic decision, policy and directions from the Board Build team synergy among executive committee members Make it fun and rewarding experience for officers and volunteers Maintain the prestigious and professional image of CIE

88 Summary  Officer Team – Smart people to do smart things  Talented and devoted volunteers  Provide technical advancement, network opportunities and employment opportunities to members and the community  Carry the torch for CIE to serve the community with pride “CIE Grows along with You!”

89 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

90 GroupsMentorsRoom Young ProfessionalYu Meng / Sammy YangCR1/CR2 Youth ProgramsChinpei Tang / Grace TylerCR3 ConventionSimon Chang / Qing ZhaoCR4 CIE OperationXinfen Chen / Faa-Ching WangCR6 Breakout Session

91 Agenda TimeMinActivityPerson Assigned 1:30-1:355Call MeetingXinfen Chen 1:35-1:5015CIE/USA OrganizationThomas Wu 1: CIE/USA-DFW ProgramsChinpei Tang 2:05-2:2015CIE/USA-DFW History & VisionFaa-Ching Wang 2:20-2:3515CIE By-Law and EthicsSam Tung 2:35-2:5520My CIE Experience 1 Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing Zhao 2:55-3:0510Break 3:05-3:4540 Officer Roles Introduction and Plans Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu, Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen 3:45-4:2040Breakout Training Session Youth Programs; Young Professionals; Symposium 4:20-4:3010Wrap UpXinfen Chen

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