I-HUB at DICE
iHub at DICE is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that foster community inclusion and impact via innovative programs, which focus on the environmental, societal, and community impact by following the UN's SDG guideline. The current target areas includes: youth leadership, woman empowerment, and health equity.
Meet the team
Jaclyn Lee, GPHR, SHRM-SCP, MS, is a 2018 Outstanding 50 Asian Americans in Business Honoree. As a Diversity, Equity, Inclusion Advocate, Change Enablement Champion, and Business Strategist, Jaclyn has worked with the leading enterprises in the U.S. and Asia to create high-impact and sustainable changes in workplaces and communities.
Jaclyn brings her 20+ years of business experience to pursue her passion in Business Impact and Inclusion Consulting by founding D-I-C-E Consulting and co-founding iHub.
Board of Director
Prof. Authur Wang
Dr. Arthur Wang is a college professor with two Ph.D in Mathematical Sciences, one from US and one from China. He published dozens of research papers in world-leading journals. He has taught math and computer science for thousands of students both in US and China, many of which are successful IT pioneers and experts.
He has a passion to help youths to succeed in education and career and has chaired many non-profit organizations such as Parents Children Education Club, and Shandong Fellowship Association of NJ telecommunicating, and the pharmaceutical industries.
Chief Financial Officer
Cindy Chen is a big supporter of community volunteerism. Her passion for youth growth & development, women support, have made impactful contributions in the local community. Her footpath includes serving as a Counselor for various youth programs, GIVEs Ambassador to South Africa, and Eswatini, event coordinator and planner for retreat, working profession support group in the local church.
Cindy is a Certified Public Accountant. She has over 20+ years of experience in the financial, telecommunicating, and pharmaceutical industries.
Youth Leadership & Woman Empowerment
Grace Ren is a junior at Montgomery High School and is interested in possibly pursuing computer science or business in the near future. She participates and holds leadership positions in various school clubs, such as the Future Business Leaders of America Club (FBLA) and the American Red Cross Club, combining both her passion and willingness to get involved in making sure the members enjoy their high school club experiences.
Christina Lu, a senior at Central High School who will be attending the UPenn this fall. Despite wanting to go into the medical field, she has a passion for volunteerism and advocacy. Thus, she wants to lead an IHUB program revolving around youth advancement like bystander intervention. Before the November 17th attack, she is seen doing activism and advocacy in organizations like Philly Teen Vaxx and Asian American United (AAU) where she is advocating for vaccine uptake and civics engagement among the Asian community.
Angelina Xi is a junior at Montgomery High School. She is interested in art and game design, an experienced UI/UX web designer and graphic designer. She is active in the National Art Honors Society. Angelina has won numerous art awards,including the Gold Key award and American Vision Nominee from Scholastic's Art and Writing competition. In her spare time, she likes to volunteer and gives back to the community, and mentors younger students.