王嘉廉先生是美国著名华人企业家、国际知名慈善家,他是一个很善于找到处理实际问题方法的成功商人,他热心于体育事业,拥有一支职业球队,他所做的慈善事业遍布全世界。

自2008年10月起,王嘉廉先生出任纽兰公司的董事长,纽兰公司是一家互联网连接设备实时内容与随选内容供应商。从2000年7月起,王嘉廉先生成为了美国国家冰球联盟——纽约岛人队的老板。王嘉廉先生于1976年创立了国际联合电脑公司(“联合电脑”),该公司现被称为CA,是一家信息技术管理服务供应商,在2002年11月之前王嘉廉先生一直担任该公司董事长。

在王嘉廉先生的生活中,慈善事业一直扮演着一个重要的角色。他的家族基金会——王嘉廉国际基金会,主要关注儿童的健康、福利、教育和文化等问题。他也创立了纽约岛人儿童基金会,该基金会致力于支持和帮助长岛周围为儿童提供机会的公益组织。王嘉廉先生还是微笑列车基金会的联合创始人和主席,该基金会已经向全世界患有先天性裂唇和裂腭的儿童提供了1百万次以上的免费修复手术。王嘉廉先生也是几个其他公益组织的董事会成员。

王嘉廉先生一直支持美国国家失踪和被剥削儿童中心(NCMEC)的工作,为了感谢和铭记王嘉廉先生的慷慨,该中心将维吉尼亚州亚历山大市的总部大楼命名为“王嘉廉国际儿童大楼”。

王嘉廉先生也坚定地致力于亚裔美国人社区支持机构事业,例如王嘉廉社区健康中心,是一个典型的社区健康中心,其为纽约的中国城和法拉盛地区提供优质的、综合性的、有人文关怀的基础健康保健服务。王嘉廉先生也支持了许多教育机构,包括纽约州立大学(SUNY)系统中有史以来最大的一次私人捐赠,其为石溪分校建造了王嘉廉中心,该中心致力于促进文化和教育方面的交流。

王嘉廉先生对苏州大学王健法学院的支持,传承了其对促进优质教育和文化交流支持的理念,也表达了其父亲王健先生对母校---东吴大学法学院的深深敬意。王嘉廉先生为王健法学院大楼的落成感到骄傲,该大楼中西合璧,既展现了当代建筑之美,又尊重了历史和传承。王健法学院奖学金则主要促进了优质教学和研究,得益于此,法学院近十五年在教学和研究都享有声誉。

王嘉廉先生1944年出生于中国上海,1952年和家人移居美国,有一个美满幸福的家庭。他从皇后学院获得了数学科学学士学位。他是一名有技术视野的作者,著有《经理生存指南-理解和管理信息技术》以及《锅的人生》(一本关于他最喜欢的中国菜品的烹饪书)。


Charles B. Wang has made his mark as a resourceful and successful businessman/entrepreneur, a sports enthusiast who owns his own professional team and an extremely generous philanthropist.

Mr. Wang has been the Chairman of NeuLion, Inc. since October 2008. NeuLion, Inc. provides live and on-demand content to Internet connected devices. He has been an owner of the New York Islanders of the National Hockey League since July 2000. In 1976 he founded Computer Associates International, Inc. (“Computer Associates”), a provider of information technology management services now known as CA, Inc. and served as its Chairman until November 2002.

Philanthropy has always played a central role in Mr. Wang’s life. His family foundation, the Charles B. Wang International Foundation, focuses on children’s health, welfare, education, and culture. He also created the New York Islanders Children’s Foundation which is dedicated to supporting Long Island based non-profit organization that provide opportunities to children. Mr. Wang is the co-founder and Chairman of The Smile Train which has provided more than 1 million free, remedial surgeries to children throughout the world who were born with cleft lips and/or cleft palates. He sits on the board of several other non-profit organizations.

Mr. Wang has supported the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children (NCMEC) for which they recognized his generosity by naming their headquarters in Alexandria, VA the Charles B. Wang International Children’s Building.

Mr. Wang has been strongly committed to the Asian American community supporting organizations such as the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center, a model community health center, which provides quality, comprehensive and culturally effective primary health at locations in New York’s Chinatown and Flushing. He has also supported many educational institutions including making one of the largest private gifts in the history of the State University of New York (SUNY) system to Stony Brook University to build the Charles B. Wang Center which is dedicated to the advancement of cultural and educational exchange.

His support of Soochow University Kenneth Wang School of Law continues Mr. Wang’s commitment to both educational excellence and cultural exchange as well as recognizing his father Kenneth Wang’s deep regard for his alma mater. Mr. Wang is proud to have built the Kenneth Wang School of Law Building which blends both Chinese as well as western architecture representing the modernization of China while respecting traditions and history. The Kenneth Wang School of Law Scholarships have promoted quality education and research for which the school has been honored for these last 15 years. 

Mr. Wang was born in 1944 in Shanghai, China and moved to the United States with his family in 1952. He earned a Bachelor of Science degree in mathematics from Queens College. He is married with three children. He is the author of TechnoVision: The Executive’s Survival Guide to Understanding and Managing Information Technology and Wok Like A Man, a cookbook of his favorite Chinese food recipes.