Dr. Fanny Chan
Publisher and Chief Executive Officer of A-Performers.com

As a seasoned senior executive with entrepreneurial spirit yet strategic mind and solid business operation skills, Fanny has wealth of professional experience with multi-national companies in the industry of telecommunication, e-businesses, information and multimedia publishing before joining Sing Tao News Corporation in 2000. Since her appointment with the Group, Fanny has been responsible to oversee the company's multimedia business of recruitment advertising and successfully transformed JobMarket from print media to 4 full fledged multi-media advertising services in recruitment and adult career planning, www.jobmarket.com.hk; www.eduplus.com.hk; www.headlinejobs.hk; as well as www.a-Performers.com; all of which operate under Job Market Publishing Limited.

A Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing of United Kingdom, Fanny is also the recipient of the 2006 HKMA/TVB Awards for Marketing Excellence Distinguished Marketer Award. She is advisor to many NGOs in Hong Kong, including UNESCO Hong Kong Association, The Agency for Volunteer Service Hong Kong, The Peter F. Drucker Management Forum and the Association of Professional Fund Raiser Hong Kong Chapter and also a number of start-up social enterprises.

With her deep insight in the employment market and passion in advocating career planning to young working adult, Fanny frequently appears as guest speaker in media interviews and in higher education career seminars including with University of Hong Kong, City University of Hong Kong, The Polytechnic University of Hong Kong, Yin Jun Project run by Education and Manpower Bureau of Hong Kong, NGO such as Hong Kong Federation of Youth Group and Oxford Cambridge Career Fair with the British Council.

Graduated from Imperial College of Science and Technology, University of London, Fanny later advanced in executive management education from University of California Berkeley, Tsinghua University in Beijing and Stanford Law School. Recently completed her doctorate in Education Management and Policy Studies of the University of Bristol, UK.