UC Asset appoints former US Senator candidate and Techtop Inc. president to its Audit Committee

(Atlanta, GA, 08/08/19) UC Asset announced today that former US Senator candidate Harris Miller and the president of Techtop Inc Mr. Li Zheng, have accepted offers to serve as members of its Audit Committee.

Harris Miller is a prominent American politician, businessman, and lobbyist. Miller served as president of the Information Technology Association of America and the World Information Technology and Services Alliance (WITSA) for 12 years. He ran for US Senate in the year 2006 and lost to Jim Webb in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Harris received a political science master’s degree from Yale University in 1975.

For a detailed biography of Harris Miller, please see: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Harris_Miller

Li Zheng is currently president of Techtop Industries Inc., an electric motor manufacturer based in Atlanta, GA, which Li co-founded in 2008 with extended family members. Before founding and operating Techtop, Li worked as an environmental engineer, and spent 10 years on academic research and consulting for various water resources and sustainable development projects in the western United States, Northern China, Tibet Plateau, and the mountainous regions of Nepal and India.

Li served as a board member of National Association of Chinese American (NACA) from 2010 to 2018. He has also been serving as a board member of non-profit Atlanta Young Singers since 2015.

Li obtained his Ph.D. degree in Water Resources Engineering from the University of Notre Dame in 1997.

Both Harris and Li will serve as independent members of the Audit Committee.

The mission of the Audit Committee is to oversee the General Partner and management of the company, to ensure regulatory compliance of the company in relation to financial reporting and disclosure. The committee also monitors the internal control process to ensure high standard business ethics of management practice. Specifically, the Audit Committee will oversee risk management policies and hiring of third-party auditors and make sure of the independence of auditing process.