Clare Duan is the Founder, CEO, and Principal of CD Healthcare Infrastructure Partners (CDHIP), a vertically integrated real asset investment platform focused on executing a roll-up strategy of mission-critical infrastructure assets that facilitate consumer-centric care delivery.
Clare has over a decade of experience in principal investing and investment banking. Previously, Clare served as the Vice President and Director of Acquisitions at Senior Resource Group (SRG), one of the largest luxury senior living owner-operators in the U.S. with over $3.5 billion of assets under management. Before joining SRG, Clare was a Vice President of Special Situations Group at Colony Capital, a global real estate investment manager with $40 billion assets under management. She specializes in net lease asset investing and has experience in multi-billion dollars of real asset and corporate M&A transactions across the U.S. and Europe. Clare started her career at Morgan Stanley Real Estate and UBS Healthcare Investment Banking in New York in 2007. Clare graduated with honors from Boston College (B.S. in Mathematics and Finance) and received her MBA from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Chunyee Wong Miot received her B.S. in Accounting from Baruch College in 1996 and became a licensed CPA in New York in 1999. Chunyee started her own CPA firm in 2005. She is also a licensed financial adviser with Transamerica Financial Advisor.
Chunyee Miot is passionate about educating individuals and entrepreneurs. She actively participates in corporate and community events to provide financial wellness information. Chunyee Wong Miot is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and New York Society of CPA’s.
Lillian Luan is an award-winning filmmaker and a guild member in Hollywood. She has successfully bridged the American and Chinese film industries, expanding her expertise in international co-producing, co-financing and distribution. Ms. Luan was trained in film production at Beijing Film Academy and University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts.
Ms. Luan’s documentary filmmaking career started with the documentary Nowhere to Call Home which premiered at MoMA New York in 2014. Then her co-produced documentary Bei Bei premiered at Doc NYC in 2019. For a long time, Ms. Luan has worked on documentaries focusing on the social justice in the area of women’s rights.
Dr. Marcia Wolf is a clinical psychologist with over 40 years experience specializing in adolescent and family therapy.
She has a Ph.D. from the University of Maryland and is certified in hypnosis. Her current focus is helping students to cope with the impact of the pandemic including navigating virtual learning and social interaction.