EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2018:
We received many outstanding applications for this year's Executive Committee, and have finished reviewing all applications. After two intense rounds of selection, we have chosen Ethan Czar from West Island School and Austin Gigi from South Island School to lead the Executive Committee from 2018-2019. We are excited to see how their vision might unfold for IGNIS HK and to see a new team doing great things.
There may be additional openings on the 2018 Executive Board. If you think you have something unique to contribute to the team, by all means, do email a cover letter and your resume to email@example.com, and we will follow-up with you as soon as possible. Apart from debaters and MUN-ers, we also need graphic designers and videographers!
FOUNDER AND DIRECTOR:
Diana Siu is currently double majoring in Social Research and Public Policy (SRPP), and English Literature at New York University Abu Dhabi on full scholarship. Her studies have taken her to work with diverse communities in Accra, Florence, London, New York and Abu Dhabi.
Her time serving as Advocacy Director and Young Envoy for UNICEF HK ignited her passion for social entrepreneurship, and inspired her to establish IGNIS HK in 2013. Alongside her work with IGNIS HK, Diana is now working on new social entrepreneurial projects in the hopes of creating even more positive social impact in the future. She feels pressured to improve the society she lives in, and enjoys this pressure as a privilege.
KENNY GYU HO JEONG
Four years ago, Kenny joined IGNIS as a mentor for one of its MUN programs - and ever since, he has worked to bring its programs to more participants.
With a background in both service work and MUN, Kenny has always been a dedicated and valuable contributor to the project. We are grateful that he has served as the Chairperson of the organisation in 2017.
Outside of IGNIS HK, Kenny founded the CIS Commercial Production Group in high school, a team that helps produce commercials of any length and nature for different organisations around HK.