Jeremy Tam is the Director of Worship Arts and Missional Justice for a church in Hong Kong, and is passionate about integrating Christian leadership with human rights and justice issues. Jeremy has over 18 years’ experience in church and parachurch leadership, as well as legal experience covering corporate, charity, human rights, and criminal matters, including casework on sex trafficking in India. He also serves on the board of directors for several organisations in both non-profit and business contexts.
Cybil Chan is a Senior Legal Counsel at a Chinese multinational technology company. She qualified as a lawyer in HK in 2012 and has a wide range of corporate and M&A experience, including knowledge in corporate governance and other legal and compliance matters. She is responsible for employment law and equity incentive plans in her job. Cybil is also involved in various prayer, children, elderly, and evangelistic ministries.
David Chen is a partner in a major international consulting firm in Advisory Practice, specialising in Performance Improvement IT Advisory. He has 17 years advisory experience with a focus on complex IT transformation programs. He has an executive MBA, a Master in Information Technology, a Computer Science Degree and a Commerce Degree majoring in Accounting and Finance.