Franklin Urteaga and Rocky Chan Join CSPA’s Board of Directors
Menlo Park, California – April 7, 2017 – Chinese Software Professional Association (CSPA) announced that Franklin Urteaga and Rocky Chan, have been elected to CSPA’s board of directors.
Franklin Urteaga is a well established serial entrepreneur with two successful exits. Mr. Urteaga also had the privilege of serving as a White House Aide to 2 U.S. Presidents, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama. Rocky Chan is the Partner and CFO of Mind Fund Group, a VC fund and startup studio based in Hong Kong but invested globally.
“Franklin is a pioneer in the internet industry and we are excited to welcome him to CSPA’s board of directors,” said Bess Ho, CSPA’s appointed President. “ We believe his exceptional leadership and deep experience in White House, startup and non-profit will be extremely valuable as CSPA continues to grow our organization.”
“Rocky is an outstanding venture capitalist with very strong family office background. We are very fortunate to include him to CSPA’s board of directors,” said Bess. “Rocky would bring his wealth of knowledge and network from China, Hong Kong, Macau and SE Asia to our organization.”
“I feel very honored and excited to be a Board member of CSPA. There are many successful Chinese high tech experts, entrepreneurs and investment leaders globally. My desire is to glue all these top talents together and build a very strong Chinese community. Together, I believe we can achieve great things. CSPA offers me the best platform to do that,” said Rocky.
The Chinese Software Professional Association (CSPA) has nearly 4,200 professionals with over 25 years of history in Silicon Valley. CSPA is ranked on the Top 20 Chinese organization list by The Wharton School in Pennsylvania. The CSPA, established in 1988, is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to providing high quality values and opportunities to cross-border entrepreneurs, investors, executives, and professionals, as well as startup, corporates, governments and funds. CSPA is positioned to become a Mobile-first and People-first organization focusing on cross-order and relevant programs. For more information about the Chinese Software Professional Association’s programs, please visit www.cspa.com.