Board of Directors

The foundation is administered by a volunteer Board of Directors. These passionate individuals are committed to giving back to the community and giving our youth the encouragement they need to reach their educational potential.

Cam Davis, Ph.D.


Cam Davis is the Canadian representative for ESOMAR, the world marketing research organization. He was president of the predecessor to Marketing and Research Intelligence Association and former editor of the Canadian Journal of Marketing Research. He has worked at Nortel, The Conference Board of Canada and Decima Research. Cam is currently the Managing Director of Social Data Research, an independent market research firm specializing in social media as well as online focus groups. Cam is a founding member of the Columbia International Scholarship Endowment Fund.

Jeffrey Teal, LLB


Jeffrey Teal is a Partner of Scarfone Hawkins LLP and a member of the Canadian Bar Association and Hamilton Law Association. Jeff’s practice covers all aspects of business law from simple transactional work to matters related to the governance of large national and international corporations. Jeff is actively involved in the community participating as Chairman of the Board of Governors of the Dundas Valley School of Art, Hamilton Golf and Country Club, Hamilton Club and Holimont Ski Club.

Jack Tang


Mr. Tang has 10 years experience as a finance professional and has worked in reputable financial institutions and technology firms, including CIBC, CMB International, Moody’s and Nuance Communication. In his current role, his responsibilities include seeking private equity investment opportunities driven by technology fusion and building a collaborative platform for entrepreneurs worldwide. At the start of his journey to Canada in 2003, Mr. Tang attended Columbia International College and is grateful for academic opportunities and support he received while studying there. He holds a Bachelor of Engineering Degree (Honours Electrical) from McGill University and a MBA Degree from Rotman School of Management, University of Toronto.

Louanne Chan


Louanne Chan has 15 years experience as a non-profit manager and marketing professional. She saw first-hand the power of philanthropy in making a difference in our communities while working at Ronald McDonald House Toronto. Her passion for impactful work continued as Executive Director of the Toronto Reel Asian International Film Festival, Canada’s largest pan-Asian film festival championing underrepresented voices in the arts. Louanne recently completed a Leadership and Inclusion Certificate at Centennial College and currently at the Art Gallery of Ontario as Project Manager of Development Operations. She has a Bachelor of Commerce degree from McGill University where she majored in International Management.