Chairman, Acting CEO & CFO
Chairman, Acting CEO & CFO
Ms. Wang became our Chairperson in 2015. She was Corporate Executive Secretary from 2005 to 2015. Duties include ensuring the integrity of the governance framework, the efficiency of company administration, compliancy with statutory and regulatory requirements and implementing decisions made by the Board of Directors. She was responsible for board and committee meetings, minutes of meetings, annual meeting of shareholders, corporate records, etc. Prior to that, she served as an executive assistant and manager for the Company’s U.S. office from 2003 to 2005. Duties included implementing the decisions of the Board of Directors, handling the company share transactions, liaising with auditors, lawyers, tax advisors, bankers and shareholders on board governance issues to ensure compliance obligations under relevant laws and regulatory authorities. Established sales and marketing channels in the USA for Kiwa bio-fertilizer products. Guided the company through its initial public offering (IPO) and leading Kiwa to becoming a publicly traded and owned entity.
Director, VP of Technology, Professor
Prof. Wang became our Vice President of Technology on July 19, 2005, and was elected as one of our directors on July 18, 2007. Prof. Wang has also acted as Director of Kiwa-CAU R&D Center since July 2006. He served as a Professor and Advisor for Ph.D. students in the Department of Plant Pathology, China Agricultural University (“CAU”) since January 2005. Prior to that, he served as an assistant professor and lecturer of CAU since June 1997. He obtained his Master’s degree and Ph.D. in agricultural science from CAU in July 1994 and July 1997, respectively. Prof. Wang received his Bachelor’s degree of science from Inner Mongolia Agricultural University in July 1989. He is a committee member of various scientific institutes in China, including the National Research and Application Center for Increasing-Yield Bacteria, Chinese Society of Plant Pathology, Chinese Association of Animal Science and Veterinary Medicine. Prof. Wang’s unique expertise in the field of agriculture offers significant knowledge and experience to the Board of Directors when making critical operational decisions.
Director & Corporate Secretary
Upon graduating university in 2011 with a Major in Commerce and Minor in Economics degree from University of Toronto in Canada, She began working as an assistant project manager for SCHSAsia, a boutique business consulting firm specializing in events and project management for overseas company wishing to expand into the Asia Pacific arena. Her responsibilities include connecting overseas businesses with established local networks, and seeking sponsorship in the form of cash and goods/services for specific events and programs. Since then, she has been involved in campaigning for WildAid China Office, a non-profit organization with focus on raising awareness on wildlife and climate-change related issues. Her role focuses on establishing an integrated marketing strategy for different programs, budgeting for long term and short term campaigns, developing and maintaining strong relationships with various parties such as donors, and consulting agencies to ensure smooth collaborations of WildAid’s campaigns in China. She has been involved in Kiwa’s “Living Green” agricultural markets network security planning, and company’s microbiological fertilizer market research projects.
Director，VP & CTO
Mr. Song is a deputy researcher and senior agronomist at the Institute of Agricultural Resources and Regional Planning, Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences (IARRP, CAAS). He has 29 years of experience in microbial R&D and technology promotion. He hosted and participated in 8 scientific research projects, won 1 provincial and ministerial level achievement, published more than 100 papers. From 2001 to 2009, he was responsible for technological achievement transformation and technology promotion of IARRP, CAAS. He is the company’s agronomist and project director. From 2009 to 2015, he served as deputy secretary general of the Chinese Society of Plant Nutrition and Fertilizer Science (CSPNF), participating in the national science and technology support project “efficient fertilization” research work
VP of Sales & Marketing
Mr. Yu got into Chinese fertilizer market since 1999. He has loads of experience in market operation and corporate management. Mr. Yu is familiar with the development of China’s fertilizer industry and the distribution of agricultural planting structure, with rich experience in product market positioning and marketing model. Mr. Yu became Kiwa’s Sales and Marketing Director in June 2016. His responsibilities focus on managing the overall marketing strategy of Kiwa, market research, establishing and expanding sales channels, and accomplishing the company’s sales goals.
General Manager of Accounting Department
Mr. Lin graduated from Bournemouth University in 2007 with a major in financial services, and he has obtained AICPA, CIA, CISA and other professional qualifications. He was responsible for the financial report audition and Sarbanes 404 compliance program for more than 10 Chinese companies intending to be listed in the United States, and served as the financial controller of the two listed companies. Over the past 10 years, Mr. Lin has gained experience in auditing and finance of small and medium sized enterprises in NYSE NASDAQ and OTCBB listed companies. He has a profound insight in the capital market and accounting standards in China and the United States.
Manager of Technology Promotion Office & Deputy General Manager of the Technology Center
Mr. Lulu Ji was named as Kiwa Bio-Tech’s Manager of Technology Promotion Office and the Deputy General Manager of the Technology Center in July 2017. Since joining Kiwa in 2012, Mr. Ji has played a key role in driving the Company’s research and development innovation.
During his time with Kiwa, Mr. Ji was accountable for the technical support in the Technology Center. He holds the roles of developing new fertilizer products and cutting-edge technology, leading a design for the optimum fertilizer application scheme to match the soil and climate conditions of a specific planting area. Over the five years of experience in interacting with farmers, Mr. Ji also has insightful views on the product promotion.
Mr. Ji received his Bachelor of Science in Agriculture degree from Shandong Agricultural University and a master degree in Agriculture from the Chinese Academy of Agricultural Sciences.
Mr. Ji has joined a great number of agricultural scientific research projects at both national and provincial level, and he has published many papers on the core journals and SCI journals in China. His specialty is microbial research, plant nutrition, pest control and prevention.