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Olivia Ho Cheng


Olivia has served as CEO of Aurora Healthcare Corp (“Aurora”), a Massachusetts medical technology and global healthcare company for more than 10 years. Aurora was a spin-off from an MIT research project in the late 1990s when a group of MRI elite engineers committed to finding a solution using MRI technology for better detection of breast cancer which is the most prevalent disease among women. As the result, Aurora developed the only FDA cleared dedicated MRI system specifically designed for detecting and diagnosing breast cancer. Prior to leading Aurora, Olivia has nearly 20 years commercial and investment banking experience including being a high ranking Dedicated Authority Lender for Export-Import Bank of the United States and was appointed as one of the members in the White House Export Committee. She was also a co-founder of Pacific Republic Capital, a healthcare fund focused on investment in medical technology companies in the US and served as a board member for Accuray Inc., a NASDAQ listed radiosurgery company and a few other medical technology companies in the US. Olivia received her Master Degree in Economics from UCLA and Bachelor Degree from Taiwan National Chengchi University.

Olivia has also been active in serving as a board member of the following world-renowned

Kenneth B. Schwartz Center (“SKC”), a non-profit organization headquartered at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston from 2006-2014;

Britton Chance Center for Biomedical Photonics National Laboratory at Huazhong University of Science and Technology (HUST) in Wuhan, China since 2008;

Tufts Medical Center (TMC) in Boston from 2008 to 2017. TMC is one of the top ranking medical centers in the United States and the principal teaching hospital for Tufts University School of Medicine;

Tufts University School of Medicine since 2014. TUSM is a leading U.S. medical school, located in Boston. The school does pioneering research and has modern curriculum for teaching medical students and other health care professionals.

U.S. – China Health Summit, an NGO in the state of Massachusetts associated with Harvard TH Chan School of Public Health since 2014.

Virginia University Oriental Medicine since 2014.

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