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Board of Directors

Board of Directors




Immediate Past President:

Winnie Tsang – President

Winnie Tsang is a business strategist, with over 15 years’ experience enabling growth and innovation in the technology, media and telecommunications, and healthcare sectors. She is passionate about finding cross-sector solutions that bring together public, private and not for profit organizations towards win-win innovations that better serve vulnerable populations. She holds a business degree from the Richard Ivey School of Business, Western University and an EMBA from the Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto, specializing in Health Care and Life Sciences.

Janice Chu – Vice President

Janice Chu, holding a Master of Arts degree and graduate diplomas in education and social innovation, has extensive experience and deep expertise in education, non-profit management, social service program development, and organizational/ community capacity building. In her former role as the Director of Programs and Grants at United Way Greater Toronto, Janice supported the significant mental health work of Hong Fook. Janice is passionate about increasing public awareness, removing stigma and improving service access for people living with a mental illness and their families. Janice sat on the York Region Service Coordination Council for Mental Health from 2016 to 2019. She currently is a planning committee member of the Chinese Mental Health Initiative in York Region. Sitting on the Board of Hong Fook, Janice brings not only professional expertise but also the critical perspective and lived experience as a family caregiver.

Grace Kangmeehae Lee - Vice President

Grace holds a CFP, PFP, CSC and Mutual Fund certification, and Life Insurance and Real Estate license. She runs her practice, KMH Future Financial Planning Inc., and is co-founder of Citadel Property Management Group. She has served as the Vice President of the Hong Fook Mental Health Association from 2015 to 2020 and is currently Chair of the Nomination Committee and a board member. Grace also holds a position on the Peaceful Unification Advisory Council chaired by the President of South Korea. For the past several years, Grace has collaborated with Hong Fook, the University of Toronto, psychiatrists, community leaders and agencies to raise mental health awareness for educational programs at both the board and project levels. As a lifelong learner. Grace is studying for her Master of Education (Higher Education & Professions) degree at the University of Toronto (OISE). Grace enjoys sharing and laughing with others. She lives in Toronto with her husband, three children, and her dog, Ace.

Eric Ngai - Treasurer
Eric Ngai holds the CPA, CA designation and is an accountant with over 10 years of public accounting experience, servicing clients in a variety of industries. He currently is part of the Professional Practice group at a Big 4 public accounting firm, focusing on quality control matters. Eric also has assurance and advisory experience with a focus on not-for-profit organizations and private entities.

Jeff Kang - Secretary
Jeff Kang is an experienced banker and has been volunteering in multiple non-profit organizations for years. He is passionate about advocating for mental health in local communities. By serving on the Board, Jeff has the honor to make an impact on the things he cares about, be heard and also contribute to Hong Fook. Jeff had held a previous board position in Association of Chinese Canadian Entrepreneurs (ACCE). Jeff holds an MBA degree from Ivey Business School. Jeff’s connection to Hong Fook started in 2007 when he attended Mental Health Ambassador training program in Hong Fook, and has been involved in Hong Fook events and activities.

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Ramon Tam- Immediate Past Presiden
Ramon Tam started volunteer work in Grade 6 and has not looked back since. With education and work experience in Finance and Administration, his involvement in various charitable and church organizations has been at both the board and the project/task levels. His dedication to Hong Fook has been over 30 years; he has seen the transformation of Hong Fook and its impact on the community since the near beginnings, commenting on the sheer resilience and commitment from the Hong Fook family towards community building. Since his retirement six years ago, he has been able to branch out to pursue his lifelong interests: music, art, geography, theology, history, and literature. He is from a family of six siblings and learned to help and compromise from a very young age.

Delia Pan

Delia Pan is a marketing executive, with over 21 years’ experience driving profitable growth in the consumer package goods and telecommunications. She believes in being customer centric and building collaborative and high performing teams to create value for all stakeholders. She is also passionate about Inclusion and Diversity in the community and actively supporting people’s growth through mentorship and coaching. She holds a MBA degree from Richard Ivey School of Business, Western University, and also holds CPA, CMA designation for 16 years. She became Certified Leadership Coach in 2022

Gillian Gray
Gillian Gray is a Registered Social Worker and innovative mental health leader with experience developing and managing community mental health programs in Toronto. She has worked in the mental health sector for over 10 years in a variety of capacities – community programming, public education, research and policy. She is passionate about trauma-informed mental health care and is a trained Compassion Fatigue Educator who educates, supports and empowers helping professionals working in trauma exposed environments. Gillian holds a BSc in Behavioural Neuroscience from McMaster University, and an MSW from the University of Toronto. As a new board member in 2021, Gillian is honored to join the board as a supporter of culturally competent care. As a mental health provider, she has witnessed the positive and transformative impact that Hong Fook’s services have on individuals and families.

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Hillson Tse

Hillson Tse is a trial lawyer at RGZ Law practicing in criminal and regulatory defence. In his legal practice, he has assisted many clients who have struggled with mental health and has seen the value of Hong Fook services in supporting vulnerable members of our community. Prior to his legal career, Hillson worked for the United Nations Development Programme in China, served as the Senior Editor of the Canadian Journal of Human Rights, and has over 6 years of volunteer and work experience with children and youth in at-risk communities.

Dr. Houyoun Luo

Dr. Houyuan Luo holds a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from the University of Alberta and is currently practicing in Toronto as a Registered Counselling/Clinical Psychologist. In addition, he is a Certified Therapist in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) by the Canadian Association of CBT (CACBT). He is passionate about clinical work, education and leadership and is committed to contributing to broader professional and general public communities. He served on the Board of the Association of Contextual Behavioral Science (ACBS) and is currently the Chair of the Counselling Psychology Section of the Canadian Psychological Association (CPA) from 2022-2023, the President-elect of the Association of Chinese Helping Professionals and Psychologists–International (ACHPPI) from 2022-2024, and the founding editor of the Chinese Mental Health Professionals magazine. As a new board member in 2022, he is looking forward to contributing to providing culturally competent care for Asian Canadians and immigrants across GTA.

Kevin Zhang
Kevin Zhang is an experienced bio-medical research professional, working with local pharmaceutical organizations for more than 17 years. He holds a Bachelor degree in Clinic Medicine from Shanghai Fudan University, and is studying within the Master of Divinity program at University of Toronto currently. Kevin has joined Hong Fook’s volunteer team since year 2005, serving in various positions and activities. He is dedicated to educating, advocating and raising awareness of mental wellness, especially towards the Mandarin speaking immigrant community.

Kien Nam Luu
Dr. Kien Nam Luu (劉建南) is a proud Chinese Canadian. He is strongly committed to social justice advocacy. As an educator he has made contributions to education systems in various capacities as a teacher, vice principal, principal, superintendent of education and university instructor in Ontario and Hong Kong. Kien Nam strives to nurture collaborative professionalism with communities to build solidarity and take act against systematic and colonial structures that prevent marginalized communities from achieving representation, voice and agency.