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Mickayla Zinsli has been active in the EB-5 industry for several years. Mickayla regularly presents on the topic of EB-5 at various conferences, some of which include IIUSA Dallas EB-5 Market Exchange, UK Property and Investor Show, and Chinese Foreign Direct Investment in the United States. Mickayla has been featured in EB-5 Investors Magazine, a leading magazine in the EB-5 industry. The article, “Non-Traditional” EB-5 Projects Make a Big Splash, was released in April 2015. In the interview, Mickayla spoke of some of the challenges bringing non-traditional EB-5 projects to fruition.
Prior to Mickayla’s work at the North Dakota/Minnesota EB-5 Regional Center, she worked at the Department of Homeland Security’s Center of Innovation at the U.S Air Force Academy where she focused on innovation, though public-private partnerships, within the U.S. Federal Government. Mickayla was responsible for the Intel Corp. and IBM partnerships, aiding in their collaborative research and development. Originally from Minnesota, Mickayla obtained her Bachelor of Arts in both Management and Entrepreneurship from the University of North Dakota.
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