Sean is a licensed civil engineer for over 20 years and has experience in large commercial real estate developments, municipal engineering, and military design projects. He is also a principle of the top rated engineering firm AHBL, founded in 1969 with offices in Seattle, Tacoma, Spokane and Tri-Cities. AHBL is also the partner company of U.S. EB-5 Development Co.

Providing engineering and civil architecture services for AHBL with over 75 building projects designed to LEED standards, including 3 Platinum and 18 Gold buildings, Sean has the experience and discipline necessary to successfully oversee all phases of U.S. EB-5 Development Co. projects.

His residential subdivision experience is particularly extensive and ranges in size from 5 to 900 units on 2 to 400 acres in both urban and rural environments. He has also been on the forefront of low impact development (LID) since his involvement in Pierce County?s first LID subdivision, Meadow on the Hylebos in 2003. Since that time, he has leant his design expertise to LID projects for private developers, Pierce County, Mason County, Port of Tacoma and Town of Eatonville.



As the founder of Stelmakh & Associates, Katya (Katsiaryna or Kate) Stelmakh has earned a strong reputation as an immigration attorney. She has successfully represented domestic and foreign companies and individuals in all areas of business and family immigration matters. Kate?s experience and knowledge with the EB-5 Visa Investors Program, gives U.S. EB-5 Development Co. a strong foundation from which to operate from and guides the company in all aspects of the EB-5 program and compliance, assuring our clients they have the best possible representation when making decisions regarding their investments.

Prior to founding Stelmakh Associates, Ms. Stelmakh managed business immigration practice of an international law firm with offices in Shanghai, Philadelphia, Moscow, and Kiev, Ukraine. While with the firm, she counseled one of the world’s largest ferro-alloy and steel manufacturers on all international business personnel relocation matters and travel concerns.

Ms. Stelmakh also worked for the World Bank in Washington, DC, where she drafted loan and grant agreements with Russia and other CIS countries — including an $80 million loan for the Russian Hydromet Modernization Project. In addition, while with the World Bank, Ms. Stelmakh did research and drafting on matters of international armed conflict and refugee law and analyzed cases of for the International Criminal Court and South-African Truth & Reconciliation Commission International Criminal Tribunals for the former Yugoslavia and Rwanda and other courts.



Terry comes with over 40 years experience of business development. He has acted in many senior capacities including most recently the CEO of H.M. Holloway Inc., the largest mining operation Western U.S., where he lent his expertise to all stages of large-scale project management. His responsibilities included review and development of annual budgets, operations, full P&L responsibility including financial analysis and forecasting, accounting, taxes, payroll.

His business experience also includes a background in wastewater management and is one of the leading experts on technologies of degradation of hydrocarbons using cultured bacteria. He was part of the international team that worked to clean the Exxon Valdez oil spill that occurred in Prince Williams Sound, Alaska in 1989, when Exxon Valdez oil tanker struck a reef. Terry was a featured Keynote speaker at the 7th World Congress of Environmental Health Officers on waste and wastewater.



Jing Mok manages EB-5 Program that allows potential immigrants to obtain a Green Card, giving them the access to live, work and retire anywhere in the United States regardless of the location of their EB-5 investment.

Jing is responsible for US EB-5 Development Co.?s marketing and business development in China. She works with direct EB-5 investors and non-immigrant corporate and individual investors to plan and implement their investments in real estate projects. In addition, Jing builds and manages relationships with Chinese real estate developers, banks, and investment companies. She also works with migration agencies, attorneys, and other intermediaries to introduce US EB-5 Development Co. projects to EB-5 investors.

Before joining US EB-5 Development Co. Jing spent several years in private wealth management where she developed a deep understanding of the business, financial and cultural issues unique to Chinese domestic and overseas investing.