Darron Sun   Anna Sweet   RODERICK WENDT              
                         
  Class of 2005 The Hong Kong Polytechnic University MBA, Business Administration   Class of 2004 Rochester Institute of Technology Bachelor of Science, Computer Science   Class of 1976 and 1980 Stanford University BA, Economics Willamette University, Salem OR. College of Law JD              
                         
  NOMINATED BY
Prof. Esmond Mok Dean of Students The Hong Kong Polytechnic University
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. David Munson Jr. President Rochester Institute of Technology
  NOMINATED BY
Dr. Nagi Naganathan President Oregon Institute of Technology
             
                         
  Darron is the Head of IT at Hong Kong Housing Society (HKHS). The mandate is to provide vision and leadership for developing and implementing information technology initiatives for HKHS. Previously, he was the Assistant Vice President of Manulife IT, and was the Head of IS audit at Manulife Asia. Darron graduated from Deakin University with a major in Computer Science and obtained both Master degree in IS and MBA from The Hong Kong Polytechnic University. He is part-time lecturer of City University of Hong Kong Accountancy Department, and Committee Member of various professional bodies including IIA HK, ISACA HK, etc.   Anna Sweet is a technology executive with a career spanning Virtual Reality, E-Sports, Video Games & Social Networking platforms. Formerly the lead of strategy, product and business development for the world’s largest PC digital distribution platform – Steam, Anna led the Steam platform from 8 million users to 135 million users in 6 years. She helped Valve launch the HTC Vive to lead Developer Strategy and Content for Oculus/Facebook, and is now the Head of Business at Caffeine, a new social broadcasting platform. Anna is the founder of Sweet Farm - a non-profit farm animal rescue in Half Moon Bay, CA.   Roderick Wendt served as President and CEO and later Chairman of JELD-WEN from 1992 to 2013. He currently serves as Vice-Chairman. JELD-WEN is the largest combined door and window manufacturing company in the world with over 20,000 employees, operating plants in 23 states and 24 countries. Wendt served for 9 years combined on the San Francisco Economic Advisory Council and the Portland Oregon Branch of the Twelfth District Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco. Wendt also has served 16 years on the Board of Directors for Willamette University and the Foundation Board for the Oregon Health and Sciences University, Portland Oregon for 8 years.