Ir Dr. David Ho
David Ho joined Hong Kong Ferry (Holdings) Company Limited in David Ho joined Hong Kong Ferry (Holdings) Company Limited in 1981 and has been the Group General Manager since 1996. Dr. Ho has over 38 years of experience in ferry operations. He has been a member of the Board of Adventure-Ship since July 2009. He was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in 2013 and is currently the Chairman of the Transport and Logistics Training Board of the Vocational Training Council, a member of the Logistics Industry Training Advisory Committee of the Education Bureau, the Deputy Convener of Transportation & Logistics Industry Consultative Network of Employees Retraining Board, a Director of The Shipowners’ Mutual Protection & Indemnity Association (Luxembourg), a Council Member of the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in Hong Kong, a board member of The Hong Kong Sea School, a General Committee Member and the Group 21 Chairman (Transport and Logistics Services Council) of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries.
Mr. Christopher Pooley
Christopher Pooley served at sea in the British merchant Navy, where he obtained his Master Mariner’s Certificate. He first arrived in Hong Kong upon joining Swire in 1971, and also served in various overseas postings including New Zealand, Iran, United Arab Emirates, and Singapore, all in shipping related businesses, as a director since 1985. In 1989 he was posted once again in Hong Kong, serving in various senior capacities until his retirement from the Group in August 2003. His final position was as CEO of the HUD Group [a joint venture with Hutchison]. Though traveling frequently, his home base is Hong Kong, where he is actively involved in charity work. Mr. Pooley sits on the Boards of the HK Sea School, Outward Bound School and, from February 2005, Adventure Ship, where he brought his extensive experience of commercial ship-building to the construction project of the Jockey Club Huan.
Mr. Daniel Yau
Daniel Yau joined the Adventure-Ship Youth Association in 1984 and became a member of Adventure-Ship in 1989. He has served on the Board of Directors since 1990. Daniel Yau is a technical staff member in a tertiary institution. Although suffering from poliomyelitis, Daniel is a scuba instructor. He has received the Acts of Kindness award presented by the HKJC in 1999.
Mr. Philip Wong
Mr. Wong holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) Degree in Accountancy from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is a fellow member of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants and a fellow of the Chartered Association of Certified Accountants. He had worked at KPMG in Hong Kong for 24 years and is now a management consultant.
Mr. Wu Ka Shun
Ir Steve S F Wong (MHKIE, MIEEE, MPMEC, MAES)
Mr. Steve Wong was born in Hong Kong and educated in Hong Kong Polytechnic and Warwick University, UK. Mr. Wong is the Founder and Managing Director of BillionGroup Technologies Limited.
With more than twenty-eight years electrical and mechanical consultancy experience and professional knowledge, Steve Wong is a professional Energy Consultant with core specialization in Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection for the Building and Manufacturing Industries. With his contribution in the manufacturing industries, Mr. Wong has helped many manufacturers in successfully reducing energy consumption and improving manufacturing competitiveness in their region. Apart from his business, Mr. Wong has been actively serving the community via different channels and organizations including but not limited to HKSAR Government, HKGCC, HKTDC, HKEnCA, FHKI, ESDI and IEAL.
Ms. Patricia Yeung
Ms. Yeung has been a member of Adventure-Ship’s Board of Directors since 1998. She is currently serving as an Educational Psychologist at the HKCCCU Logos Academy. She obtained her B.A. degree in Cognitive Psychology from the University of California, Irvine, a M.A.degree in Developmental and Educational Psychology from Teachers College, Columbia University, and another M.A. degree in School Guidance and Counseling from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Her research interests include early childhood education, play therapy, gifted education, creativity and cross-cultural psychology.