Cliff Zhonggang Li is the founder and CEO of eLaws.us/CommerNet, Inc since December 1997. He is the architect of e-Regulations platform of State of Florida, State of Montana, District of Columbia, and many local governments, which is the State and local equivalent of Federal Regulations.Gov. These Regulation-making platforms he designed have been in use for more than ten years, currently relied upon by over a thousand government rulemaking agencies, as well as by tens of millions of citizens. He is a recognized expert in the e-Regulation field by the National Association of the Secretary of State, ACR section, who gave several speeches in their National conferences as well as in Office of Federal Registrar. Mr Li also partnered in founding several successful ventures in the field of eCommerce and International Export.
Throughout his experience as an expert working in the governmental processes, and as a social worker, Mr Li has become staunch conservative believing in self-reliance, personal responsibility and small government. He is a Founding Member of AAPI Conservative Leadership Caucus (www.AAPI.GOP), Executive Director of National Committee of Asian American Republicans (www.Asian.GOP), and a Board Director of Asian Pacific Islander Conservative Council (APICC); all are leading national organizations for AAPI Republicans. He is one of most influential champions in AAPI conservative movement, active both at grass root level as well as in forming national AAPI strategy. He was one of thirty-one advisors of Asian Pacific American Advisory Committee of Trump-Pence Campaign, promoting the national #MAGA movement. He chaired Asian Coalition of DeSantis-Nunez for Governor campaign in 2018 mid-term, helping GOP maintaining the control of the Florida Governor seat in this critical battling State.
He was appointed numerously as an advisor of the Florida Advisory Council on Small and Minority Business Development from 2007-2011 by FL Governor’s office, and actively involved in many AAPI communities as well as in diverse communities of Haitian, Venezuelan, Cuban, Romanian, and etc.
Juan Carlos Benitez is an attorney and lobbyist based in Guam. Mr. Benitez is also known as a key player and fundraiser in the Republican Party and a leader in the Republican Hispanic community. A native of Puerto Rico and first-hand participant in U.S. territory management, he was formerly the lead U.S. lobbyist for the government of Guam. He served as one of the leading international relations specialists at Cassidy & Associates, one of Washington DC Premier Lobbying firms. With his depth of knowledge and broad network of contacts, Mr. Benitez has became a tremendous strategic partner for his clients in designing and implementing successful lobbying strategies to further their needs in Washington and Guam.
Tim has more than 19 years of professional experience with 8 years of financial consulting experience directly assisting political organizations. He provides accounting, financial, and administrative services to multiple candidate committees and PACs. Tim was an Associate with Booz Allen Hamilton and served as an officer in the U.S. Marine Corps. He received a bachelor’s degree from Harvard University, earned an MBA from the University of Texas at Austin, and holds a Certificate of Accounting from George Mason University.
Benming Zhang is a City Council Member at City of Williamsburg, Virginia. Zhang is believed to be the first Asian-American ever elected to the council according to the City of Williamsburg's communications specialist. He has been involved in Williamsburg politics since his freshman year at William & Mary, when Mayor Clyde Haulman appointed him to the Public Housing Advisory Committee. In addition to his four-year term with that body, Zhang has also served as a member of the Greater Williamsburg Chamber & Tourism Alliance and the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation Revolutionary Society.