Harrison Ding


Chief Executive Officer, Multiple Listing Network, Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer & Founder, HiElites.com

Diverse experience with Fortune 500 companies (Cisco and IBM) in various aspects of global strategy, operations, emerging market expansion, supply chain management, strategic sourcing, sales engagements, solution development, career coaching, leadership development, etc. Led a global IBM team of 400 supply chain professionals responsible for strategic sourcing of technical and other services with annual spending of $10B+ across the globe. Understand western and eastern cultures, business rules and politics thoroughly. Dedicated to promoting the US-China business relationship and creating mutually beneficial business opportunities.

Founded HiElites.com (formerly MLN.com) in 2015. HiElites is a one-stop international education service brand under Haiyu Network LLC headquartered in Indianapolis. HiElites has deep roots in America with professional educational consultants and experienced career mentors in the Midwest, East and West coasts and across China. HiElites brings together diverse resources in USA and China, and provides comprehensive, transparent and systematic services to clients and partner schools. HiElites is also investing in international education programs and K-12 schools in the US and China.

HiElites Study Abroad Program focuses on helping students and families with goal of studying in USA to find and realize their goals in life. Its educational consultants and career mentors select the most fitted and promising schools and majors for students, according to their strength and interests. They discover and demonstrate each student’s potential and improve each student’s competitiveness through step-by-step coaching and continuous support. Our guidance not only gives students an edge on the starting line and helps them better prepared for American education, but also keeps them in a leading position when studying abroad or searching jobs, and help them realize their dreams and achieve their personal objectives.