Founder of Global Innovation Center GIC 501C3
United States Of America (USA)
Lily Zhou also launched her new company, theZmedia to inspire young minds to become the future entrepreneurs and leaders through essay contest, inspiring stories, dream projects and mentorship programs. Lily is also a licensed real estate broker in the state of California and was a licensed Series 7 broker.
Ms. Lily Zhou was the co-founder and President of Content Asia Network (CAN). CAN has been the global leader in Asian media for mobile, IP and television distribution. CAN premiered the first Asian language mobile television channels in the US in Oct. 2005. Lily was also the founder of ABR, a successful custom jewelry design, manufacturing and retail company. Ms. Zhou has provided successful business development and funding support for International Environmental Solutions (IES) now APS IP. She is launching her new company foodmade.co in Oct. 2015. .
Ms. Zhou was born and raised in China and enjoys a wide network of senior business and government contacts with deep experience in the Asian market. Lily is an active member of the Chinese community in the US. She has been the President for House of China Balboa Park for two years and currently a board member and vice president. Currently, she serves as the Host and Planning committee member for the prestige Kyoto Prize Symposium San Diego which she brought Apple Founder Steve Wozniak to the 2014 Gala: .
Ms. Zhou travels regularly to Asia has a reputation as leading market connector and deal maker as well as bridging the east and west’s culture and economic for greater prosperity. Her annual Chinese Culture Night at MLB Petco park has brought TV network attention as well as local news. Lily has been featured in many articles on mobile technology, media and green technology in the World Journal, the leading Chinese language publication in the U.S. .
Ms. Zhou currently teaches at SDSU. She completed her EMBA at SDSU in 2009 and received many awards in both business world and community services