Hu, Guochen (Chair) received his Bachelors degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine in 1976. Subsequently he became President of the Xiyan Hospital attached to the Xiyan College of Traditional Chinese Medicine. In 1993 he became the Director and Chief Librarian at the Department of Chinese Medicine Information at the Xiyan College. From 1994-2004, Mr. Hu was the President and Chief Editor with Traditional Chinese Medicine Press of China and in 2005 became President and Chief Editor with the Peoples’ Medical Publishing House in Beijing, Fellow Researcher, and an outstanding leader in national press and publications in China.

Hu, Xiaolei (Vice Chair) graduated from the Beijing University of International Business and Economics in 2006 and from Kent State University in Business Administration with a minor in International Business in 2012. He is currently the China Office Director for Han University.

Xu, Huizhong (Secretary) graduated from Kent State University in Business Administration: Finance with a minor in International Business in 2012. While at Kent State she was responsible for the accounting transactions for the Chinese Student Scholar Association.

Alex Holland, MAc, is the current President of Han University. He graduated from the Northwest Institute of Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine (NIAOM) in 1985 and did clinical training in Chongqing, China in 1985. He was the Academic Dean of NIAOM from 1992-1996. He is the author of Voices of Qi—An Introductory Guide to Traditional Chinese Medicine. Alex has taught extensively and has appeared on both radio and television expounding the benefits of Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM). He is the TCM preceptor for Andrew Weil’s Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona College of Medicine and is currently a Commissioner with the Accreditation Commission for Acupuncture and Oriental Medicine.

Dr. Patricia Lebensohn received her medical degree from the School of Medical Sciences, University of Rosario, Argentina, in 1982. She did her Residency in Psychiatry in Argentina and Family Medicine in New York. She did the Integrative Medicine Fellowship at the University of Arizona from 2003-2005 and is currently the Director of the Integrative Medicine Residency Program for the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine, College of Medicine. Dr. Lebensohn is also a Professor of Clinical Family and Community Medicine at the University College of Medicine and has done extensive research, teaching and publishing in the field of medicine.