Carmel, IN, August 14, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Four new Board members have joined The America China Society of Indiana (ACSI) and will provide additional leadership as the organization gains momentum and increases membership.
Angela Castille serves as vice-chair of Baker & Daniels' international practice and counsels public and private companies, partnerships, joint ventures, offshore companies and other business entities. She has been recognized by The Best Lawyers in America for her work in international trade and finance law, and regularly presents on international issues affecting businesses.
Lijun Du is the President of Nanshan America, a large Chinese aluminum extrusion company located in Lafayette, IN. The facility manufactures high-end aluminum products used in mass transportation and high-speed rail, and will employ up to 200 high-tech workers within the next few years. Nanshan is listed as one of China’s Top 200 companies.
Linda Kaiser is a Vice President at Chase Bank, specializing in financing, treasury and international services. Her primary focus is providing services to Indiana manufacturing and service firms.
Mary Solada serves as the Managing Partner of the Indianapolis office of Bingham Greenebaum Doll, and Chair of the Firm’s Real Estate Practice Group. She is experienced in all aspects of real estate development, zoning and planning law, as well as government services and has worked on behalf of developers of renewable and green energy projects.
Current ACSI Board Members include Albert Chen of Telamon Corporation, Ryan Hou of LHP Software, Jenny Massey Walters of Bingham Economic, Carmen Hendrixson of Telamon Corporation, and John Skelton of First Merchant’s Bank.
The America China Society is an independent, non-profit membership organization focused on facilitating economic development and trade between Indiana and China. To learn more about ACSI, go to www.chinaindiana.org or call Jennifer Lewellen at 317-818-6608.