Master Slides - 2015 CIE Officer

Report
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CIE/USA DFW Chapter
2015 Orientation
2015 Officer Roles and Goals
Team Presentation
December 13, 2014
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:00-1:30
30
Lunch
Every one
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:00-1:30
30
Lunch
Every one
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Orientation
Opening
Xinfen Chen
December 13, 2014
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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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
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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 100th 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 www.cie-usa.org)
 To promote Science, Engineering, Technology and
Mathematics (STEM) in all communities across United
States
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Founder of CIE(中國工程師學會): Zhan Tien-You
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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)
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Overview of CIE-USA
2013-2014 CIE-USA NATIONAL COUNCIL
Officers:
Chairman:
Vice-Chair
Exec Secretary
Treasurer
NC Advisors:
Jason Wen (SOCAL Chapter)
Allen Chen (GNYC Chapter)
Su-Syin Chou (SOCAL Chapter)
Tien-Jen Cheng (GNYC Chapter)
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
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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)
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METS 25th Conference
in Taipei, Taiwan (11/10/14)
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SATEC 10th Conference
in Beijing, China (5/30/14)
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The First AAEOY Event Initiated from
DFW Chapter in 2002, Dallas TX
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National E-Week Foundation (Discover-E):
CIE-USA is an Acting Member of Diversity
Council Based in Washington DC
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Overview of CIE-USA
THANK YOU
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Wen-Shin
Wang, Edward Yu, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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CIE/USA-DFW promotes
Science, Technology, Engineering &
Mathematics (STEM)
awareness in the community
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Established in 1989
Registered 501(c)(3) Non-profit
Organization in the State of Texas
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One of the most active professional
organizations in DFW Metroplex
400+ active members
Served 4000+ people annually
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Close ties with major corporations and organizations
Including companies in Fortune 500
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2015 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
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2015 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
Convention
Chair
Edward Yu
VP Youth
Programs
Dr. Allan
Zhong
VP Young
Professionals
Wen-Shin
Wang
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CIE/USA-DFW Programs &
2014 Accomplishments
Leadership
Assessment &
Mentoring
Programs
Professional
Programs
Youth
Programs
CIE/USA-DFW
Since 1989
Young
Professional
Programs
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Professional
Programs
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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
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Spring Technical Symposium*
- Big Data
25th Anniversary Convention
Technical Tour
- Oncor Electric Delivery
- Texas Instruments
- AT&T
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25th Anniversary Convention Fall
International Technology
Symposium*
- “Smarter Data, Smarter Energy,
Smarter People”
25th Anniversary Convention VIP
Reception*
- 10 DFW City Mayors
Proclamation
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25th Anniversary Convention
Banquet*
- Performance
- Keynote Speech
- Recognition
- Young Achiever Award
- Election
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Energy Executive Forum
- First in 2014!
Retirement Planning for Technical
Professional Seminar
- First in 2014!
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Leadership
Assessment &
Mentoring
Programs
• Leadership Assessment & Mentoring Program (LAMP)*
• Mentoring Lunch Meeting
• ZTE Leadership Seminar
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Leadership Assessment &
Mentoring Program (LAMP)
- Keynote
- Leadership Assessment
- Collaborated with UTD FACSS
Mentoring Lunch Meeting
- 7 times in 2014
- Collaborated with UTD FACSS,
UTD TSA, AT&T APCA, CEO
Global – UTD Chapter
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ZTE Leadership Seminar
- Intensive one-day leadership
training
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Young
Professional
Programs
• Career Development Seminar*
• Campus Visit
• Mock Interview Sessions
Career Development Seminar*
- Collaborated with UTD TSA
(Undergraduates)
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Youth
Programs
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MathComp/MathFun & Parenting Seminar*
Young Achiever Award*
Engineering/Science Event*
Speech Contests
Summer Camps
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MathComp/MathFun*
- Flagship youth
program with > 20
years of history
- Students of 1st – 7th
graders
Parenting Seminar*
- Parenting to excel in math!
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Young Achiever Award*
- Very outstanding 10th & 11th
graders
- Awarded in Convention
Engineering/Science Event*
- North Texas Regional Science
Bowl
- Held in conjunction with
DiscoverE/E-Week
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Speech Contests
- Chinese (Dallas Modern Chinese School)
- English (Texas Dragon Toastmaster)
Summer Camps
- Community Youth Leadership Camp (CYLC)
- Chinese Youth Camp (CYC)
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Professional
Programs
Social/Family
Programs
Youth
Programs
Leadership
Assessment &
Mentoring
Programs
Young
Professional
Programs
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Social/Family
Programs
CIE Night
Chinese New Year Celebration
Summer Picnic
Fall Picnic
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President
Dr. Chinpei Tang
Executive VP
Dr. Xinfen Chen
VP
Secretary
Edward Yu
VP Treasurer
Jessica Yang,
CPA
VP Public
Relations
Dr. Xinxin
Sun
Convention
Chair
Simon Chang
VP Youth
Programs
Dr. Pinghai
Hao
VP Young
Professionals
Elliot Chou
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Thank You!
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Leadership Training
History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
December 13, 2014
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CIE Overview
 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
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DFW Area Chapter Evolution
Founded in 1989 with a quarter of century legacy
First Decade
Foundation Building
Second Decade Expansion
Third Decade
Sustainable Growth
Fourth Decade Innovative reinvention
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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.
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CIE/USA-DFW: Future & Opportunity
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Be Proud of the CIE/USA-DFW Legacy
Commit High Goals with High Expectations
Build the organization for Sustainable Growth
Explore with great mind
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Thanks !!!
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
www.cie-dfw.org
CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Leadership Training
CIE By-Law and Ethics
Sam Tung
December 13, 2014
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
www.cie-dfw.org
CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Leadership Training
My CIE Experience
Mark Carpenter
December 13, 2014
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CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Leadership Training
My CIE Experience
Grace Tyler
December 13, 2014
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CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Leadership Training
My CIE Experience
Dr. Qing Zhao
December 13, 2014
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CIE Experience
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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 11th SATEC Chair
Professional Experience
• 1995~1997, Section Manager, Siemens Mobile
Power (Qing) Zhao Communications
Ph.D., P.E.
• 2000~2013, Engineering Operation Manager, Texas
Instruments
• 2013~Present, Consulting Engineer, Oncor Electric Delivery
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
www.cie-dfw.org
Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
www.cie-dfw.org
CIE/USA-DFW Chapter
2015 Orientation
2015 Officer Roles and Goals
Team Presentation
December 13, 2014
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2015 Officer Team
President
Executive VP
Convention Chair
VP Young Professional
VP Youth Program
VP Public Relations
VP Treasurer
VP Secretary
Dr. Xinfen Chen
Simon Chang
Edward Yu
Wen-Shin Wang
Dr. Allan Zhong
Dr. Xinxin Sun
Jessica Yang, CPA
Dr. Xiang Luo
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2015 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.
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2015 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.
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2015 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 2015. 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 2015. 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。
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2015 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.
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2015 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 (e-mail/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.
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2015 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.
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2015 Convention Chair
Roles
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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.
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2015 Convention Chair
Goals
• 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.
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2015 VP of Young
Professionals
Wen-Shin Wang
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2015 VP Young Professional
o Role
 Working with young professionals from
the ages of 22-35 yrs. old who just started
their careers
 Working with college students in preparing
for job interviews and applications
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2015 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
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2015 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.
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2015 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.
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2015 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
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VP Youth Programs
VEX Robotics Competition
MathComp/MathFun/Parenting Seminar
2/07/2015
6/06/2015
Young Achiever Award (YAA)
Chinese Speech Contest
English Speech Contest
5-7/2015
4/18/2015
6/27/2015
CYLC Leadership Seminar
CYC
CYLC Leadership Camps
Q2
Q3
7/20-25/2014
Events to be developed: National Science Bowl – middle school level
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2015 VP of Public Relations
Role:
1. Sponsor Relation
2. Publishing news and brochures for external
communication
3. Build and maintain relationship with local
communities.
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2015 VP of Public Relations
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​
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2015 VP Treasurer
Roles
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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
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2015 VP Treasurer
Roles
• Assist the President and Event Chairs with the CIErelated 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
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2015 VP Secretary
● Membership Management
● Property Management
● Internal communication & Documentation
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2015 VP Secretary
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%
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2015 VP Secretary
Property Management
● Manage the CIE property and support its usages
in the CIE activities
● Manager candidate: Jinhuan Li
● Goal: maintained & keep organized
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2015 VP Secretary
Internal communication & Documentation
● Communication: editing and distributing Newsletters,
broadcasting news and event announcements through the Email network and/or CIE-DFW web online.
● Chair candidate: Jan XIE
● Documentation: keep and organize all necessary documents
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A5CA821E22FB3F!3165
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2015 VP Secretary
one C one D Double S
● Coordinate
● Document
● Serve
● Support
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2015 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
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2015 President - Goal
2015 Core Programs
Event/Program
Date
Chair
Location
CIE Night
01/31/2015
Xinxin Sun
Maxim
CIE VEX Robotics Competition
02/07/2015
Arnold Zhang
Rice Middle
Spring Technical Symposium
03/07/2015
Simon Chang
UT Dallas
Leadership/Career
Development Seminar
03/21/2015
Young
Professional
UT Dallas
Young Achiever Award
May-July, 15 Dick Cai
Renaissance Hotel
MathComp/MathFun
06/06/2015
Allan Zhong
Collin College
Annual Convention
08/15/2015
Edward Yu
Renaissance Hotel
Fall Technical Symposium
08/15/2015
TBD
Renaissance Hotel
2015 President - Goal
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Program Support By VP & Functional Chair
EVP
Technical
Groups
VP of Young
Professional
VP of Youth
Programs
Convention
Chair
VP Public
Relation
VP Secretary
VP Treasurer
Spring
Seminars
Symposium
Business
Forum
Career
Explore
Develop
Development
New Progs
Networking
MCMF
YAA
VEX
Convention
All
Logistics
VIP
Banquet
News
Release
CIE
night
Newsletter
Document
Records
Asset
Mgmt
Account
ing
Procure
ment
Community
Relations
Membership
Retention &
Recruiting
Budget
Fall
LAMP
for All
College
Divisions
YA Asso.
Technical
Support
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2015 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
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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!”
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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Breakout Session
Groups
Mentors
Room
Young Professional
Youth Programs
Convention
Yu Meng / Sammy Yang
Chinpei Tang / Grace Tyler
Simon Chang / Qing Zhao
CR1/CR2
CR3
CR4
CIE Operation
Xinfen Chen / Faa-Ching Wang CR6
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Agenda
Time
Min Activity
Person Assigned
1:30-1:35
5
Call Meeting
Xinfen Chen
1:35-1:50
15
CIE/USA Organization
Thomas Wu
1:50-2.05
15
CIE/USA-DFW Programs
Chinpei Tang
2:05-2:20
15
CIE/USA-DFW History & Vision
Faa-Ching Wang
2:20-2:35
15
CIE By-Law and Ethics
2:35-2:55
20
My CIE Experience 1
2:55-3:05
10
3:05-3:45
40
Officer Roles Introduction
and Plans
3:45-4:20
40
Breakout Training Session
4:20-4:30
10
Wrap Up
Sam Tung
Mark Carpenter, Grace Tyler and Qing
Zhao
Break
Simon Chang, Allan Zhong, Edward Yu,
Wen-Shin Wang, Xinxin Sun, Jessica
Yang, Xiang Luo and Xinfen Chen
Youth Programs; Young Professionals;
Symposium
Xinfen Chen
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CIE/USA DFW Area Chapter
2015 Orientation
Networking

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