SAN DIEGO, CA--(Marketwire - Feb 13, 2013) - BillMyParents, Inc. (
Dr. Leong is the Co-Founder and the President of Transpac Capital, a Singapore-based venture capital firm. Prior to his venture capital career, Dr. Leong was the CEO of Amoy Canning Corporation Limited, a food and packaging conglomerate listed on the Hong Kong stock exchange. He was also Founder of Convenience Foods Limited of Hong Kong, which Dr. Leong sold to RJR Nabisco. Prior to his industrial career, Dr. Leong was a Senior Scientist at American Science and Engineering in Cambridge, Massachusetts. Dr. Leong obtained a BS and a PhD degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. He has served as Chairman of the Hong Kong Venture Capital Association, and is one of the founding inductees to the Singapore Venture Capital Hall of Fame in 2010 for his pioneering work in venture capital.
"We continue to build our board with global leaders in finance who have track records of building successful companies. We welcome Dr. Leong to BillMyParents, as he rounds out our distinguished board of directors," stated BillMyParents Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Mike McCoy.
"BillMyParents' business model has potential for very high rates of growth. I am pleased to support the Company in achieving its potential," added Dr. Leong.
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