About Farm for America Regional Center
Farm for America Regional Center, headquartered in Long Beach, California, was designated as an EB-5 regional center by USCIS in May 2011. The regional center is authorized to direct foreign capital into projects and businesses that will foster the creation of jobs in the United States. The regional center is allowed to create investment opportunities in a variety of agricultural industries, including vegetable farming and viticulture.
The geographic scope of Farm for America Regional Center covers a large region of the fertile farming lands of the state of Washington, including the counties of Benton, Chelan, Douglas, Grant, Franklin, Kickitat, Okanogan, Walla Walla, and Yakima. The regional center prides itself on its transparency and meeting the needs of its investors.
John Shen is the regional center’s chief executive officer, and moved from China to the United States in 1993. An investment specialist in North America, Shen has made presentations at more than 200 professional meetings and seminars. His main duties at Farm for America Regional Center include overseas promotion and general management.
Stella Zhang serves as the chief operating officer and oversees daily operations, including customer service. Zhang earned her M.B.A. from the University of California, Irvine and facilitates communication between overseas investors and the regional center. Justin Wylie, a native of Walla Walla, Washington, is the regional center’s project manager. Wylie began making wine in his garage in 1998 and quickly turned his hobby into a career. His agricultural and winemaking expertise is a critical facet of the operation.
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