Stanley Wang
President
Pantronix Corporation
Stanley Wang is the Founder, President and CEO of Pantronix Corporation, a state of the art high technology company in Fremont, CA. Founded in 1974, the company serves the semiconductor, automobile, medical, computer, telecommunication, military and aerospace industries.

In 1989 Stanley founded Amertron Incorporated in the Philippines. The company specializes in high volume technology services for global customers in the medical, computer and telecommunication fields. Amertron Inc. expanded in 2001 when Stanley founded Amertron China, a fast growing facility in Kunshan, just north of Shanghai. Amertron China services the telecommunications, communications, fiber optic and photonic industries.

Stanley is a founding director, served as Chairman of the Board, is a current member and active supporter of the Monte Jade Science and Technology Association. Monte Jade is now a national organization dedicated to encouraging the exchange of information, technology and investment between Asia and the United States. In addition Stanley has been actively involved in a number of community organizations including the Chinese Institute of Engineers, Chinese American Semiconductor Professional Association and Asian American Manufacturers Association.

In 1994, Stanley was appointed by Governor Pete Wilson to serve as a member of the Board of Trustees California State University through 2002. During his tenure as a trustee, Stanley established the Wang Family Award of Excellence recognizing outstanding performance of educators and administrators at California State University. In addition, he created a fund at CSU for student and faculty overseas study.

Stanley's philanthropic involvement includes financing the building of schools for children in rural China through Shinshin Foundation, the creation of a Buddhist Temple in San Jose, CA and numerous donations for homeless and charity programs.

Stanley has a BS Degree from National Taiwan University, an MBA degree from Temple University and an Honorary PhD from the California State University.