Ms. Christina Chung co-founded her first start-up, Kaiman Tool, Inc., in February, 2006. With a seed fund of $60,000 from her family and serving as CEO, she expanded the company to a multi-million-dollar enterprise within three years. Under Ms. Chung’s leadership, Kaiman Tool had an unyielding focus to become one of the leading private-label manufacturers of automotive tools and equipment. Its products are distributed to major retail chain stores in North America including, but not limited to, Harbor Freight Tools, AutoZone, O'Reilly Auto Parts, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, and Canadian Tires. One of Kaiman Tool’s most successful product series, the Pittsburgh Bottle Jack Series, which was custom developed for Harbor Freight Tools, grossed over $26 million in revenue over the years.