Dawna Kwan believes that all children should have equal access to quality education. Before co-founding REACH with other board members who share the same vision, she already had more than 5 years of experience in co-running a registered charity in Hong Kong, which provided underprivileged children with equal opportunities for education. Dawna currently works in a multi-disciplinary organisation which provides funding, technical support, and consulting service to Hong Kong industries as well as small and medium enterprises. Dawna obtained her BSc in Biochemistry from Imperial College London, and her PhD from Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.
Sally Ng graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Japanese and Management from SOAS, University of London. Sally has been teaching English at Story Jungle Education Centre in Hong Kong for the past eight years, having garnered a vast amount of experience in teaching English to students ranging from toddlers to adults. She has taught in both Hong Kong and Japan. Her passion and interest in working with NGOs began after a eye-opening trip to Cambodia, where she saw and learned about the impact of gender inequality upon children’s education. Sally strongly believes that every child deserves quality education, regardless of their socioeconomical background and gender.
Quincy Tse works in the information data and technology industry, and has been selling financial data and solutions and web-based applications to financial institutions for 10 years. Prior to REACH, he spent 9 years co-running a charity, Access HK, which provides English tuition to underprivileged primary school students in Hong Kong. Quincy was the winner of the People’s Choice Award in 2009. He was also one of the winners of the Bloomberg Applause Awards. He earned his BSc in Mathematics and Statistics from Imperial College London, and MSc in Statistics from University College London.
Vivian Chung obtained her Master of Arts degree in Psychology in Education from Teachers College, Columbia University, USA. Vivian has extensive experience working with children of all backgrounds in both Hong Kong and the United States. She has worked at various non-profit organisations, including a school for at-risk teenagers in New York City, and a treatment facility for emotionally disturbed boys. She also worked as a Psychological Counsellor for FamiliesFirst Inc., a non-profit behavioural treatment facility providing aid for emotionally disturbed children in California. Vivian offered counselling and implemented treatment programmes for children diagnosed with psychological and learning disorders including ADHD, OCD and dyslexia. Since 2005, she has been running Story Jungle Education Centre, an English learning centre in Hong Kong dedicated to helping students learn English through reading. Having taught at esteemed schools and institutions, as well as developed various reading and writing programmes, Vivian has worked tirelessly to promote a reading culture among children of all age groups in Hong Kong.