Sean Clark is a Partner and Board Member at Goodsill, Anderson, Quinn & Stifel LLLP. Sean has also served as associate general counsel for Hoku Scientific, Inc. and as general counsel for Malulani Investments, Ltd. He graduated from the University of Colorado at Boulder and the University of Hawaii William S. Richardson School of Law (cum laude), where he served as co-articles editor of the University of Hawaii Law Review. He also serves as a board member of the GIFT Foundation of Hawaii.
Leigh-Ann is Vice President of DragonBridge Capital, LLC, a merchant bank that helps Chinese technology, life sciences, and clean tech companies with capital formation, joint ventures, M&A, venture capital, and other private equity needs. Leigh-Ann is also currently President of the Enterpreneurs Foundation of Hawaii. She also has more than 10 years of experience in the nonprofit sector. She was formerly Executive Director of HiBEAM, an accelerator for early stage Hawai`i technology companies. She was the founding Program Director of the Asian Pacific American Institute for Congressional Studies in Washington, D.C. as well as the Washington, D.C. lobbyist for the Japanese American Citizens League.
Gregory Kim is a corporate attorney with over 25 years of private law firm experience. Greg is committed to helping small business, as evidenced by his practice, which focuses on startups, teaching an Entrepreneurship and Small Business Clinic at the University of Hawaii Richardson School of Law for the past 5 years, founding the Business Law Section’s volunteer program at the Hawaii Business Action Center 7 years ago, teaching entrepreneurship as an adjunct professor at Chaminade University, and serving as an advisor and in-residence mentor at the University of Hawaii Shidler School of Business/PACE, Chaminade University and Punahou School.