The Super Mentor Series, hosted by the SocialVentures Zone, is a series of discussions with esteemed members of the community. The discussion provides students and the Ryerson community an opportunity to understand the paths to success Super Mentors have had, and what their impact is on the community. It is an opportunity for students to be inspired by the great work of our community members and gets them thinking about how they can also make an impact.
Wednesday, 30 November 2016 from 5:00 PM to 7:00 PM (EST)
Peter Bronfman Learning Centre, 7th Floor Heaslip House
297 Victoria Street, Toronto, Canada
This discussion is moderated by Helen Burstyn with special guest, Donette Chin-Loy Chang, as they discuss Chang’s path in philanthropy and community work. Donette Chin-Loy Chang’s career spans three decades in media, communications and public affairs. Her breadth of experience includes the creation and management of successful communications, marketing and public relations strategies for corporate, government, and private sector clients. With a background in journalism coupled with her expertise in communications, she has given strength to the many teams and projects she continues to lead. Along with her husband the late G. Raymond Chang they donated significant and milestone gifts to education, health and the environment in Canada and the Caribbean.
She continues to focus on education and health and contributes resources and time and is currently Co-Chair of Food For the Poor Canada, an organization that assists in building houses and distributing supplies to countries in the Caribbean including Haiti, and Latin America.