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Dr. Kee Chi Hing


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Mr. Ted C.H. Kwan



Mr. Samuel Lee


Dr. Erica Lee


Mr. Dodo Y.T. Cheng

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Dr. Kee Chi Hing, J. P.

Chair, Fullness Social Enterprises Society

Dr. Kee is Chair of Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES) Limited; Adjunct Professor of Bethel Bible Seminary teaching 'Transforming Individual, Organization, and Society' in the Doctor of Transformation Leadership Program; Associate Professor of the School of Business in Hong Kong Baptist University teaching Socially Responsible Marketing in MSc (GMM); and Entrepreneurship Development in MSc (BM); Honorary Teacher of the course "Strategic Management" in the MSS (MNPM). His publications include Business Skills Can Change the Society, 20 Business Strategies for Social Enterprises, 10% Swap For Good, Hong Kong Social Entrepreneurship Development, Hong Kong- Frontiers of Social Entrepreneurship, Comparing the Key Performance Indicators of Hong Kong, United Kingdom, and Korea, The Blind Spots and Blank Spots on SE Policies in Hong Kong' in the book Social Entrepreneurship Development in Greater China: Cases & Policies.

He was a member of the Social Enterprise Advisory Committee in Home Affair Bureau, and the Digital Inclusion Task Force of Office in the Government Chief Information Officer., At present he is a member of the Community Investment and Inclusion Fund in Labor and Welfare Bureau; and the Social Innovation Fund Task Force in the Commission on Poverty.

Before retirement, he was a Corporate Vice President and Hong Kong Managing Director of Hewlett-Packard (HP) responsible for the P&L of HK$4B business. Out of his 26 years in HP, 9 years was in Beijing and 1 year in Shanghai.

He graduated from Hong Kong University in Electrical Engineering, attended the General Manager Program in Harvard Business School, has Master degrees on Christian Studies and on Theological Studies both from Chinese University, and has a Doctor of Education degree from University of Nottingham. His research topic is "To develop Social Workers to run Social Enterprise".

List of work done on Social Impact Assessment by Dr. Kee includes:


Presented the Social Return on Investment (SROI) of Fullness Auto Service Centre in the first Social Enterprise Summit organized by Home Affair Bureau.


Wrote a book 營商能耐可以改變社會, published by SEE Network. The SROI method was explained on p.24-25.


Reported a paper <香港社會企業政策的投資回報> in Taiwan Fu Jen Social Enterprise Forum. The revised article was collected in the book 留給梁振英的棋局: 通析曾蔭權時代 edited by Lo Kam-Yee and published by Commercial Press.


Taught social impact assessment as one of the module in the QF6 course 'Management for Social Enterprises' in HKU-SPACE. There are 5 cohorts already.


Wrote a FSES Report on "Social Return on Investment (SROI) of Enhancing Self-Reliance (ESR) through District Partnership projects" based on data supplied by Home Affairs Department.

  • Wrote a FSES Report on "Social Return on Investment (SROI) of "Enhancing Employment of People with Disabilities through Small Enterprise Project" (3E Project)" based on data supplied by Social Welfare Department.

  • Reported a paper 'The Blind Spots and Blank Spots on Hong Kong SE Policies' in Taiwan Fu Jen Social Enterprise Forum. The paper is collected the book Social Entrepreneurship in the Greater China: Policy and Cases, edited by Yanto Chandra & Prof Linda Wong, to be published by Routledge in April 2016. The Foreword is written by Carrie Lam, Chief Secretary of Hong Kong.


Wrote an article '社會投資回報' in CUP Magazine, 2014-06.



Compiled the brochure Hong Kong: Social Entrepreneurship Development Best Practices, sponsored by Home Affairs Bureau.

  • Presented the SROI of the Hong Kong SE sector in the 2015 Social Enterprise World Forum in Milan.

  • Presented the Comparisons among United Kingdom, Korea, and Hong Kong '2015 社會企業國際研討會-創新、深耕與影響' organized by Children Are Us Foundation in Taiwan.

  • Wrote an article '比較香港與外地的社企發展' in CUP Magazine, 2015-08.

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Mr. Ted C.H. Kwan, CFA

Head of Training & Consultancy, FSES
Chairman - Fullness Christian Social Enterprise Ltd.
Councilor - Stewards
Academic Advisor - Department of Sociology, HKBU

Mr. Ted Kwan is the Chairman of Fullness Christian Social Enterprise Limited, the co-founder of Fullness Social Enterprises Society (FSES) Limited, and also a board member of Stewards Limited. He has over 10 years of operating experience in social enterprises. He led Fullness to expand its social business and received the SE Award in 2011, and at the same time, turnaround the financials. In 2014 and 2017, Fullness also expanded into restaurant and media business respectively that aim for ethnic minority and deviate youth in Hong Kong. He is a mentor under the mentorship programme of Home Affairs Bureau. He regularly teaches social entrepreneurship in non- profit organizations.

He is the founder of Hong Kong Investment Training Institute, which specializes on investment and financial training. He is a CFA charterholder and a columnist on issues like finance and social investment. He received the Decennary Award from Hong Kong Society of Financial Analysts in 2011. Ted earned his first degree in Hong Kong and subsequently a Master Degree in National University of Singapore.

List of work done on Social Impact Assessment by Mr. Kwan includes:


Co-wrote two FSES research reports on "Hong Kong Social Enterprises: Profitable or Valuable" and "Impact donation and impact investment".

2013, 2014 & 2015

Taught Social Return on Investment at YWCA


Wrote 3 articles on Eduplus Magazine, "神託會的社會投資回報", "創效投資" and "公益講社會回報".


Wrote an article at Eduplus Magazine to be published in November on "社會效益可否量度?"




Authored "Introduction to Social Impact Measurement" and co-authored "Comparing the Key Performance Indicators of the Social Enterprise Sectors".


Mr. Samuel Lee

Social Entrepreneurship Lecturer
BSc (Hons), MSc, MBA, AFHEA

Mr. Samuel Lee is a Voting Member of Fullness Social Enterprises Society. He provided advice on social impact measurement for different NGO's local social enterprises including Link Charitable Foundation, Good4Life (a subsidiary social enterprise of SHK St. Christopher' St Jamess Home), and Social Impact Fellow. He also provides training on SIM for large NGO's. He has been working on the following projects:

Consultancy & Social Impact Projects:

  1. Social Impact Measurement Study for the three-day job placement project organized by NGOs, namely, St James' Settlement for empowering the vulnerable youngsters 2.0, which is sponsored by the Hong Kong Jockey Club Charities Trust (Co-Investigator, 2018-2019).

  2. Social Impact Measurement Coaching for different social sectors organized by NGOs, namely, the Lutheran Church Hong Kong Synod for nurturing social workers' skills to measure social impacts and put it into their practices (Co-investigator, 2018).


He is now a Lecturer with HKCT Institute of Higher Education, where he is responsible for teaching undergraduate courses on social innovation and social entrepreneurship and taking part in research initiatives related to social innovation. He was a Lecturer with the Department of Asian and Policy Studies (APS) at The Education University of Hong Kong (EdUHK) at 2015-2017. He successfully established the infrastructure for the teaching and learning of social innovation and social entrepreneurship.


He was a Visiting Lecturer at the School of Professional Education and Executive Development (SPEED) of The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, where he conducted a course titled "Management of Social Enterprise". He once provided training to the participants of The Hong Kong Social Enterprise Challenge run by The Chinese University of Hong Kong.


Dr. Erica Lee

Director, Fullness Social Enterprises Society
Ph.D. in Social Entrepreneurship (HKBU), BComm, PGDip, MECom
(Curtin), FHEA, Chartered Marketer

Erica obtained her Ph.D. in Social Entrepreneurship from Hong Kong Baptist University. Her research interests are in the areas of social entrepreneurship, dynamic capabilities, and social innovation. She has been engaged in research and consultancy in social entrepreneurship and social impact measurement for different NGOs.

Academic Conference Papers and Presentations:

  • LEE, H.S and LEE K.M.E (2018). "How do students across developmental thresholds learn about social enterprise in a more effective manner?" Paper will be presented at the first Social Enterprise World Forum Academic Symposium: Advancing Social Enterprise Research, Teaching and Engagement, Glasgow Caledonian University, Glasgow, United Kingdom, September 10-11, 2018.

  • LEE K.M.E, WU, W.P, MCHUGH, M, and HUMPHREYS, P (2018). "The Impact of Absorptive Capacity and Marketing Capabilities on Firm Performance: The Case of Social Enterprises", Proceedings of British Academy of Management Conference, University of the West of England, United Kingdom, September 4-6, 2018.

  • LEE K.M.E (2017, March). "Sharing the experiential approach for teaching business ethics course". Presentation at the Teaching Business Ethics Mini-conference, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong.

  • TANG, M.T. A, LEE K.M.E, LEE, I & CHIU, S, (2012) "The Practice of Social Mission: A Case Study by My Concept" Paper presented at the Taiwan Social Entrepreneurship Forum, Taiwan.


Erica has been teaching students on Master and Degree Programmes in Marketing and Management-related subjects at different institutions. She worked as a case writer developing materials for over 30 case studies in Hong Kong companies. She also worked in public companies before, on different marketing and management roles.


Erica participates in several community services. She serves as a Director of Fullness Social Enterprise Society. She is an Organizing Committee member of Social Entrepreneurship School Education (SEnSE) Program, a citywide project targeting secondary school students in Hong Kong, was funded by Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund of the Commission on Poverty in 2015 -2018.


Mr. Dodo Y.T. Cheng

Founder of Sharing Kitchen HK
Mssc(SW), BSS, RSW

Dodo Cheng is a registered social worker who interested in community engagement and development. With the support of The Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund, he had founded the social enterprise "Sharing Kitchen HK" in April 2016 and created great responses with the innovative ideas on sharing economy. Sharing Kitchen HK got the Outstanding Social Enterprise Award (Meritorious Award) by Home Affairs Bureau in Social Enterprise Award Scheme 2017. Till now six restaurants had shared their kitchen for social purpose.

Before starting up the social business, Dodo has been a social worker in H.K.S.K.H. Tseung Kwan O Aged Care Complex for several years. He is responsible for the innovative aged friendly project "Duckling Hill" and it has been involved in the Community Signature Project of Sai Kung district.

Dodo is now the executive director of Community Development Alliance (CDA), a member organization of International Association for Community development. CDA has launched a social capital project in Tin Siu Wai called Dawn Market in 2008. The project target low income families and counseling only to helping them to increase family incomes through being a hawker. By the end of 2012, Hong Kong government built a new market in another location in the same district to house all these hawkers.

Dodo also serves as a part-time supervisor of Department of Social Work, Hong Kong Baptist University and The University of Hong Kong. He is responsible on teaching classes related to community development and community economy. He is the co-founder and chairman of Community Development Enhancement Fund Limited, a member organization of The Hong Kong Council of Social Service. Dodo is a director of Fullness Social Enterprise Society, director of Hong Kong Social Workers' General Union and consultant of social enterprises including Fantastic Dream and Growth Playground.

Dodo holds a Master of Social Science in Social Work and Bachelor of Social Sciences (Hons) in Policy Studies and Administration. He had been elected as member representing the social welfare subsector on the Election Committee for Chief Executive in 2011 and 2016.

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