Christine Lee is the "Fluorescent Light Bulb" in The Light Bulbs. She is the Senior Researcher of the group. The current focus of her research is about high school seniors that are preparing for college. She loves her job and is very enthusiastic about researching the important issues high school seniors are dealing with. This includes college applications, high school graduation requirements, and sometimes just plain drama that occurs in the school. She graduated from UC Berkeley and earned her Bachelor’s degree in Business. With her degree, she has become an accountant to help finance the taxes at The Light Bulbs. Outside of her job as the Senior Researcher, she enjoys volunteering at the soup kitchen to feed homeless and starving children. She also recently participated in Food Network’s show “Cupcake Wars” and won first place for her famous cupcakes. She won $10,000 from the bake-off. She donated 10% of the money to Mark Keppel High School which is the school she graduated from and 23% of the remaining money to Stanley Co. so he can build more uncloggable restrooms around the world. She has dedicated the remaining money to The Light Bulbs.
Stephanie Wong is the Chief Executive Officer of The Light Bulbs. She majored in business at University of Pennsylvania and graduated in 1940. Just like the halogen light bulb, she is powerful and dangerous. She is responsible for making important decisions and setting the vision for this institution. Many people think being a CEO is easy, but in actuality, it is not. Stephanie has to meet all the needs of her employees, customers, investors, communities, along with the law. She the donated 5 billion dollars Daphne gave her to Stanley’s restaurant in order to help recycle the dead animals properly by serving it to customers.
Natasha Nix is the Light Director of The Light Bulbs. As light director, she is in charge of making sure that all the lovely illuminators are working their best. She has had experience in Tech Theater, so she has some know-how. She is fairly well-known and has traveled to several places around the world to help others with their lighting troubles. With the money that Daphne donated, she was able to buy and open her own zoo in Dublin, Ireland. When the days are slow at the company, she enjoys taking a trip to her zoo and spending time with the animals and the staff there. She also leads a secret double life as part of the Russian government and by night, is a spy known as Black Widow, who plotted Hitler’s assassination, and ended World War II. She was able to work with Hitler because she is the Doctor’s (from Doctor Who) companion. Working for her secret employer and stopping Hitler and World War II, she was rewarded 25 million dollars. She donated a third to the company and divided another third between her coworkers. She is also a famous hunter who fights with the Winchesters when their paths cross. The most interesting man in the world got his life inspiration from her. She is the most interesting woman in the world.
Stanley Yang is the CEO of the Restroom. He owns 6.7 billion restrooms around the world. With 18 years of experience, he can fix all kinds of toilets in under 5 minutes. If you ever used his toilets, you would know, because they never get stuck. He invented the world’s first auto-clean and butt dryer all in one toilet. By integrating those advancements, our company was able to save 17,000 gallons of water, 37,000 watts of electricity, and 500 pounds of paper every month. Mostly from one guy, Luwei. He also owns a famous restaurant which is located right next to Natasha Zoo.
Susan Chu is the world’s most professional human electric generator. She is able to generate 29,000 watts of electricity every hour. With all the exercise, she has developed a eight pack on her abs. With her, our company can finally go GREEN. She does it not for the money, but for the environment. She is very committed to the job although it is very tiring. She plans to get a promotion very soon to manager of The Light Bulbs, however. She is still going to school at Cal State University of Los Angeles majoring in business.
Luwei Tan is the arc light of The Light Bulbs. He is also the world’s most famous cafeteria lady... -wait, I mean man. He has 7 international cafeteria men and ladies training schools around the world, which is an avenue of 78.9 billion dollars each month. He donated 57 billion cookies from Cookie Clicker to start the Light Bulbs Co. (Although he wastes around 450 pounds of paper each month, but lets not go there.) Ever since Daphne publicised him, he has become more and more renowned. With his commitment to the company, our workers were able to gain 50 lbs of weight each month.
Daphne Lei is the Xenon Light Bulb of The Light Bulbs. She can eat 20 cheeseburgers and 50 cupcakes in 2 minutes. She especially loves to eat Dots cupcakes and In-N-Out cheeseburgers with extra cheese. She also loves to eat french macarons from Laduree. She recently won first place for a spelling bee contest at Mark Keppel High School and won 10 billion dollars which she donated to Stephanie and Natasha. The Russian government matched her donation with 13 gallons of O type blood and 730 dead dogs to Stanley’s Chinese Chopsticks Restaurant, which is located next to Natasha Zoo, in order to recycle the dead animals more efficiently. Until now, we had recycled 72 lions, 43 tigers, 21 hippos, 17,000 goldfish, 113 elephants, 41 sharks, 21 dolphins, and 29 humans. Stanley’s restaurant has become so popular that even Lady Gaga, Obama, and Snoop Dogg visit his restaurant to eat exotic animals stir fried in soy sauce. (FYI Daphne is an animal lover, not a killer.) Today, Daphne is the Video Director of The Light Bulbs who edits our video presentations for our website. BEEP BEEP
Carmen Pham is the Marketing Director of the Light Bulbs. As marketing director she makes sure that the company's message is being well received by it's audience. She designs, implements, and facilitate annual marketing plans for The Lightbulbs. Carmen is from NYC and recently moved to California because her family is located in Monterey Park, CA. She went to New York University and after living there for about 10 years she realized it was time for her to come home. In New York she started a organization called Lost Souls that would help homeless people get their lives back together. After leaving NYC she left her Vice President in charge of the organization. However she still communicates with the former vice president and is still involved with the organization. She also plans to start another organization here in California. She hopes that one day all the "lost souls" will find a way to get their lives back together.