Board of Directors

David is the Co-Founder and Chairman of The Hub HK Children & Youth Centre, Vice-Chair of the Childline Thailand Foundation, and Director of Epilepsy Action Australia. He has extensive experience in natural resources, property and hospitality (all based in S.E. Asia) and the business of thoroughbred horse racing (Hong Kong, Singapore and Australasia). He is a Certified Public Accountant (Hong Kong) and Chartered Accountant (Australia), based in Hong Kong for over 30 years.

Co-Founder and Chairman

David Boehm

Bruce is the Co-Founder and Vice Chairman of The Hub HK Children & Youth Centre, Past President of the Rotary Club of Kowloon North and was Founding Chairman of Camp Quality Hong Kong.  Bruce has been active in pharmacy, leadership training and the media.  He has extensive experience in community service in Australia, Hong Kong and other areas in Asia. He holds a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree, is a member of the Australian Institute of Management and has been active in a number of clubs and other organisations in Hong Kong including Rotary Club of Kowloon North, where he has been based over 20 years.

Co-Founder and Vice Chairman

Bruce Stinson

Kevin is a CPA (Hong Kong) and Chartered Accountant (UK) and has been practicing in Hong Kong for over 30 years. He was previously a partner in the Hong Kong firm of Grant Thornton, and now runs his own consultancy working with clients who have investment in the Southeast Asian property and stock markets.

Finance Director

Kevin O'Shaughnessy

Emba is a partner of Lam, Lee & Lai, Solicitors & Notaries. For many years, Emba has made considerable contribution to various Community Service projects in both Hong Kong and China through her involvement as a member of the Rotary Club International.

Vice Chairman

Emba Leung

Rainer is the "Hamburger" in our team and founder of CARROMCO Global Industries in Germany in 1986.

The Business transferred him to Hong Kong in 2011 where he still lives.

As President of Hong Kong’s traditional  Rotary Club of Kowloon North he dedicated his time for the underprivileged children in various international projects and supports The HUB HK Children & Youth Centre in Sham Shui Po since the beginning.

Through his international Rotary Network, Rainer helped to involve partners and supporters of various walks of life.

On the shiny side of life in vibrant Hong Kong one easily forgets to see the struggling children at the edge of society, like in Sham Shui Po.

His passion is to  help and support the wonderful and talented children of THE HUB so that they can develop their potential for a better and successful life.

Director

Rainer Jungjohann-Ott

 
 

Executive Committee

Josephine has over 15 years of marketing, management and organizational development experience in both commercial and NGO across Hong Kong and China. Prior to joining The Hub Hong Kong, Josephine was the Director of Marketing and Events for Friends of Asia Hong Kong where she was responsible for building up this young charity foundation. She was involved in developing and managing fundraising events in collaboration with major sports events, key stakeholders and major sponsors, with signature events including UBS Hong Kong Open, Prudential Hong Kong Tennis Open, Hong Kong Ladies Open, Operation Santa Claus 5-A-Side Football.  Having lived and worked in Europe, Australia, Japan and China, Josephine brings a diversity of creativity and multi-cultural experience to the organization.  Josephine holds a Bachelors in Business Degree from the University of Queensland, Australia and an MBA from the University of Strathclyde, UK.

Executive Director

Josephine Leung

Natty has decades of corporate experience with major local and multinational companies.  Apart from being a seasoned executive, she also carries with her substantial experience working with NGOs and charity organisations such as St. James' Settlement, HandsOn Hong Kong, Hong Kong Red Cross, Crossroads and Community Kitchens.  A strong believer in 'giving back to the  community', Natty has strategically planned and executed charity events involving 600+ individuals, together with numerous other events throughout the years.  She particularly enjoys working with children and bringing joy to their faces.

Fundraising & Engagement Manager

Natty Wong

Principal Chu has been responsible for the planning of the "Electronic Schoolbag as a Medium for Teaching, Learning and Assignment" programme since 2004. From that same year he has served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of I.T. Leaders in Education (AiTLE). 

 

Recently he gave a TEDx talk with the topic "Is education to constrain or set free". He has also received an award of Innovative Teachers of Hong Kong and The Best of the Teachers in e-Learning Best Practice 2010 Competition; an award of Microsoft Most Valued Teacher 2008, 2011, 2012 and 2013.

Committee Member

Principal Chu

Dr. Norah X. Wang is a research assistant professor at the Department of Applied Social Sciences, the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. She is also an associate fellow at the Centre for Civil Society and Governance, the University of Hong Kong (HKU). Norah is passionate about finding innovative solutions to social problems and helping social entrepreneurs build a better society. She researches and teaches social entrepreneurship and cross-sector collaboration in social innovation. She has also offered her knowledge and skills to various large and small charities and government agencies such as the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, Housing Society, The Good Rock Foundation, Efficiency Unit, Hospital Authority and so on.

Committee Member

Dr. Norah X. Wang

Tin is finance professional in Hong Kong, focusing on alternative asset management. He previously worked in New York and London for firms including HSBC and Deutsche Bank before returning to Hong Kong. He has been involved in community service projects in Hong Kong since 2002. Tin holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law and an MS in Finance.

Committee Member

Tin Wong

Operations Staff

Service Manager (Centre-in-charge)

Isaac Yeung

Program and Community Service Officer

Janice Yiu

Program Officer

Dino Lau

Program Officer

Peter Chan

Program Officer

Mandy Ip

Program Officer

Ming-yee Cheung

Program Assistant

James Ma

 

Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Kowloon North was chartered on 2nd June 1964 and is one of the Rotary Clubs with the longest history in Hong Kong. The Club has a successful track record in running charitable organizations in Hong Kong.

The Club is self-sufficient, raising funds for its charitable operations through annual fundraising events such as the “Prix de Hong Kong” Charity Ball in 2012 and “A Brazilian Night in Hong Kong” Charity Ball in 2014 (which also marked the 50th Anniversary of the Club in Hong Kong).

The launch of The HUB Hong Kong arm of its charity work is just the latest of many benevolent activities undertaken by the Club.  With an emphasis of charitable work in Hong Kong, Mainland China and Mongolia, the Rotary Club of Kowloon North supports several local and international charities.

One of the greatest examples of the Club’s philanthropic work over the last few years has been the provision of vision screening and spectacles to students of primary and secondary schools in the Guangxi province. A group of volunteer optometrists would regularly visit schools in the mountainous regions in the north of Nanning, Guangxi Province and then deliver spectacles to the children that require them. Following visits to various schools in these mountainous regions, the Club would also raise funds for improving their educational facilities as well as toilets, washrooms and water tanks. The vision screening efforts happen on an annual basis, and the most recent one took place on 7th to 11th November 2015.

The Rotary Club of Kowloon North anticipates that The HUB Hong Kong will provide important community services for the children of Hong Kong. In the year 2015, the Club commenced the “Choose Hope Dream Big” initiative at the HUB Hong Kong, developing the children’s interests in various careers through a mentor and mentee system (e.g. working with a pastry chef at an internationally renowned hotel). Through its participation at The HUB Hong Kong, the Club is very excited about its future potential and anticipates that The HUB will grow to be an integral charitable organization in Hong Kong.

Website: http://rckn.org

 
Location

1/F, Greenrich Mansion,

100 Castle Peak Road,

Sham Shui Po, Kowloon

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