Directors

Ms. Dorothy Wong has been involved with Utahloy Group (now Tuenbo Group) since 1975, in property development in Hong Kong and China. 
In 1996 she set up a successful Children’s Activity Centre in Golden Lake Estate in Guangzhou, China, and developed a passionate interest in education. This has led her to develop the original Activity Centre into a flourishing all-through International School and to develop a second International School in the garden environment belonging to Utahloy Group near Zengcheng, China. Ms Wong was made an Honorary Citizen of Guangzhou in 1993. She set up the Utahloy Education Foundation (UEF) in 2003 and became the first Director of the Foundation. Ms Wong is also currently Managing Director of the Tuenbo Group, which specialises in land development, estate development and eco-tourism. She is a member of The Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, member of Hong Kong Chiu Chow Chamber of Commerce and member of the Amusement Game Centres Appeal Board. As Director of the Utahloy Education Foundation, she is responsible for strategic planning and for the finance, campus maintenance and capital development work in the two schools.

Ms. Joanna Wu became a Director of UISG and UISZ in September 2007 after 16 years with Utahloy Management Co. Ltd. She holds a Master degree in Business Administration and her role is liaising with the relevant PRC authorities. She is a member of the National Centre for School Curriculum and Textbook Development, Ministry of Education of China.

 


Ms. Elce Suen acts as Treasurer for Utahloy Group and has over 25 years working experience in the accounting field. She is responsible for reviewing the financial planning, budgeting, cash flow forecasting, funding arrangement for UIS/UEF and liaises with bankers in Hong Kong and China.

 

 

 

UEF Board Advisor

Ms. Oi Lin Lee is a retired education administrator and currently serves as the chairperson of the Hong Kong University Graduates’ Association Education Foundation. She received a B.Sc.(Hons) in Science and postgraduate Certificate in Education from the University of Hong Kong (HKU) and obtained her Master's degree in metallurgy at the University of Aston in United Kingdom. She has profound working experience in teaching and education administration, as well as in industry.

Ms Lee had served the Vocational Training Council (VTC) for over 24 years until she retired at the end of 2010 from the post of Deputy Executive Director. She was involved in strategic planning, development and management of resources and course curricula, including quality assurance and facilities enhancement, to meet the changing needs of vocational education in Hong Kong.

She was appointed to serve as a member of the Working Group on Post-Secondary Education under the Education Commission (1998-2000) in the drafting of the Reform Proposals for the Education System in Hong Kong, was a member of the Curriculum Development Council (2001-2007) and VTC representative to the Hong Kong Council for Testing and Certification (2009-2013).