Huang Zhengyu is the President of the Committee of 100 and the author of Lifelong Learning: Six Classes After Harvard Graduation (in Chinese). Huang earned a B.S. in Industrial Engineering, BA in Economics, and MS in Computer Science from Stanford University. He also holds an MBA from Harvard Business School.
After graduation, Zheng worked at Intel Corporation and rose to Managing Director and then later served under the Obama Administration as a White House Fellow – the first title given to a Mainland Chinese national – as well as a special assistant to the Administrator for US Agency for International Aid.
Thereafter, he started a financial service data firm that grew to 300 staff and 7 offices with a valuation of $100 million USD.
Book Talk: Lifelong Learning (6 Lessons After Graduating from Harvard University) by Huang Zhengyu 黄征宇 [in Mandarin]