Huiying Memorial Foundation is a 501(c)(3) private family foundation based in the United States. Established in 2017 by a father-daughter duo, the foundation focuses its efforts on issues of women's health and wellness, in remembrance of beloved grandma Jia Huiying (1906-1969), who died prematurely of HPV-related cervical cancer at age 63.
Wei-Wu He, Ph.D., MBA, is a seasoned biotech executive and investor. He is the founder and General Partner of Emerging Technology Partners, LLC (ETP), a venture capital firm dedicated to incubating innovative life sciences and biotechnology companies. He has funded and founded over two dozen biotech companies throughout his career and is currently serving as Chairman and CEO of CASI Pharmaceuticals (Nasdaq: CASI) and Chairman of OriGene Technologies, a company he founded in 1995.
Vice President and Executive Director
Christina Xia received her Bachelor's degree in Studio Art and Biology from Wellesley College in 2018. During her time as a student, she interned at the NIEHS Reproductive Medicine Group and the lab of Dr. David Page, where she developed a passion
for women's health research and became an advocate for women's wellness. She is a fine artist and illustrator whose work has won awards and graced the cover of Nature.