www.cplogisticsusa.com Freight Forwarder NVOCC
Casey is the President of CP Logistics Inc, a Freight Forwarding and NVOCC company registered with Federal Maritime Commission. The main focus is on import and export shipping, customs, logistics service. Prior to CP Logistics, Casey worked in a large Forwarding company as Regional Manager. She’s been in the industry for over 20 years.
Casey also the President of Houston Shanghai Association.
Houston, Texas AreaArchitecture & PlanningEducation
Specialties: Feng Shui design/consulting, ADA design/compliance,Architectural design/management,
Gary Young is the founder, President and CEO of the Avela Corporation, a company that helps US companies source produces and services in China with offices in Houston and Shanghai since 2002. Avela offers four basic services. Sourcing of products and services, Quality Control, Logistics and China strategy consulting. http://www.avela.com
Gary has been a native Texan since 1982
Professional photographer for 50 years specializing in aerial photography, industrial/oil & gas, commercial real estate,environmental, medical and travel assignments. Additionally owns and licenses images through www.stockyard.com a stock photography agency located in Houston.
Location photography assignments, aerial photography, commercial real estate photography, oil & gas photography, environmental photography, medical photography.
A 3rd generation Texan, born and raised in Houston, Elizabeth received her Bachelor’s Degree from The University of Texas (UT) at Austin and began her career with United Guaranty Residential Mortgage Insurance Company. She has been employed as both a licensed General Lines agent and a licensed Surplus Lines agent in the field of Commercial Insurance. Elizabeth earned her Chartered Property Casualty Underwriters (CPCU) Designation in 2001. She is a Past President of the Houston CPCU Chapter. Elizabeth continues to be involved in CPCU Chapter activities and with the National CPCU Society as a 3IG (International Insurance Interest Group) member. Elizabeth is currently employed by AIG where she now works in the Multinational Department on large complex International Insurance Programs. The insurance accounts that Elizabeth manages consist of worldwide Commercial Foreign Casualty Insurance Coverage Programs. She works on various aspects of the global Insurance Programs including legal contracts, collateral, compliance, risk analysis, claims, accounting issues and service needs that may arise throughout the world.
Elizabeth has been a member in good standing of the USCPFA Houston Chapter for over 20 years. She has an interest in Asia and China from a cultural, historical and artistic perspective which also includes ancient and modern paintings, ceramics, architecture and landscaping.
More than thirty years of business and legal experience in more than 23 countries in North America, South America, Europe, Africa and Asia. Vice President, General Counsel and Secretary of large publicly held oil service company responsible for all aspects of legal performance. Owner and manager of international art business specializing in ancient Chinese bronze and ceramic objects.
Corporate experience includes: designing, drafting and negotiating international transactions for a wide variety of countries; serving as corporate executive responsible for all legal and corporate secretarial business activities including preparing for, attending and advising at Board of Directors meetings; ensuring compliance with federal securities laws, arranging for and administering corporate financing; drafting and negotiation of international contracts; engaging and supervising outside counsel from around the world; designing and implementing corporate compliance programs, and having direct accountability for legal department performance.
Art experience includes: Study of customs and archeology of ancient China and establishment of an art gallery near downtown Houston. Management of the art gallery included selecting items to be imported from wholesale dealers in Hong Kong and mainland China; coordinating shipment and importation of the artifacts into the United States ; selecting and maintaining exhibition space; and arranging for shows and other sales events.
The University of Texas at Austin
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Urban Studies/AffairsUniversity of Houston
Bachelor of Science (BS), Political Science and Government
St. Mary’s University- BA, Sociology, 1958 – 1963
MSW 1967 from Worden School of Social Sevice, Our Lady of the Lake University.
Sigma Beta Chi, ROTC, Cheerleader Captain for “The Rattlers”
President, 2005-06, Rotary Club of Sharpstown. Current President, St. Mary’s University Alumni Association, Houston Chapter. Commissioner, Golden Arrow District, Sam Houston Area Council, Boy Scouts of America. Asian Chamber of Commerce. Houston Convention & Visitors Bureau. Texas Business Travel Assn.
Additional Honors & Awards
Paul Harris Fellow, Rotary International. Who’s Who in America, 1986. Sheraton High Flyer Award,
Born in china educated in South Korea as a Medical Doctor and came to United States of America.
Educated in Texas Heart Institute and practiced medicine in Houston for 41 years.
Enjoying singing in choir of “International Voices of Houston” for 12 years as Bass.
With long passion for technology, Lam has created Camino. Camino is a software development company with a mission to provide small and mid-size companies with access to enterprise-level software solutions, at affordable prices, thus providing clients with a path to greater efficiencies, productivity and cost-savings. Lam has been in the technology industry for over 20 years and has more than 16 years of experience with laboratory technologies (clinical, toxicology, and anatomical pathology), system implementation and integration, project management, custom software development and IT support. Throughout his career, Lam has been instrumental in the development and implementation of numerous complex integrations of Laboratory Information Management Systems and enterprise wide technology solutions. Prior to starting his own company, Lam held various IT positions with Laboratory Corporation of America and Quest Diagnostics, Inc. Working at Labcorp and Quest made Lam realize that small and medium-sized companies constantly struggled to compete because they simply did not have sufficient resources or access to the same technology and software solutions as their larger competitors, which ultimately led him to opening Camino.