Dr. Annis Fung
Mr. Benjamin Chan
Mr. Steven Hui
Assistant Professor of Department of Applied Social Studies in City University of Hong Kong and PhD in Social Work and Social Administration, the University of Hong Kong. Dr. Fung's major research interest includes childhood and youth aggression, aggressive behavior, school bullying and victimization, relationship between parents and children, family violence and counselling strategy.
As a Mobile and Internet technology veteran for over 15 years, Ms. Tam has a long track record of achieving business and technological breakthroughs in a fast-changing digital media landscape. It is her passion to apply digital media & technology advancement in empowering worthwhile organizations such as Hans Andersen Club. Ms. Tam has been serving on Hans Andersen Club's Board since 2001.
Mr. Benjamin Chan is a member of CPA Australia and HKICPA and had extensive experience in finance and accounting area with professional firm for over 7 years. It has been a rewarding experience to work with a dynamic group of young people at Hans Andersen Club sharing the same vision to care and breed the future owners of our community. The Club is a well established organization having close ties with the community and his vision in the coming years will focus on the continue development of creative storytelling services to our younger generation.
Mr. Steve Hui is one of the most respected and experienced finance executives in Greater China and Asia having 40 years in the life insurance industry and supervisory bodies that started in Melbourne, followed in Hong Kong, Taiwan and finally in Shanghai in the last ten years. He has been the Chief Financial Officers for the insurance companies AXA, New York Life and AIA in China. He is currently the Chief Executive Officer of Financial Consulting Company Limited.
After graduated from social work study in The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Ms. Wong endeavoured to serve the people from grass roots level in the society. In 2004, Ms. Wong joined Hans Andersen Club as the Executive Director. She helped the establishment of the Storyland, which was an ideal place for storytelling and reading. HAC has been actively training parents in kindergarten, primary schools on storytelling, hoping that knowledge can change the lives of children.
Ms. Angela Chang was Director of Investor Relations at AIA from 2009 to 2013, during which time she played a critical role in the initial public offering of the company. Previously, she was Head of Investor Relations and Executive Assistant to the CEO at CLP, and led the strategic review of the group there. Ms. Chang is a graduate of Harvard Business School, and spent her early career with Citibank and Goldman Sachs.
Ms. Leung earned her BA degree in English from The Chinese University of Hong Kong and is now studying for an MA degree at the University of Hong Kong. She paid a lot of effort on raising funds for the Club, and she is a founder of a salon.
Senior Lecturer of Department of Childcare, Elderly and Community Services, Hong Kong Institute of Vocational Education (Sha Tin) with almost 40 years of working experience in Early Childhood Education and Kindergarten teachers’ training. Her interests focus on enhancing children’s capability in reading and writing and promoting STEAM education in early childhood education setting. In addition, parent education and professional development for Kindergarten teachers are also her strength.
Mrs. Helina Yuk is the former Director of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui Lady MacLehose Centre, leading the agency for 18 years to develop different new and innovative service projects catering for the disadvantaged community. She has extensive experience in social welfare agency administration and has worked with different government departments and private funding bodies to provide various pilot and evidence-based services for the deprived targets. Mrs. Yuk is now a part-time lecturer at the Social Work Department of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. She is also the Council member of Hong Kong General Chamber of Social Enterprises and a member of the Social Worker Registration Board Disciplinary Committee Panel.
Ms. May Wong
Ms. Angela Chang
Mrs. Amy Tsui
Mrs. Helina Yuk
Ms. May Wong