Sachin Doshi

A global citizen who has lived in India, Australia and Hong Kong, Sachin Doshi is founder and CEO of Weave Living, one of Asia’s pioneering integrated rental accommodation brands. He holds more than 18 years’ experience in Asia Pacific’s real estate industry, having played senior leadership roles in international institutions such as APG, Merrill Lynch and Citi. In 2016, he was named in the Urban Land Institute’s “40 Under 40” scheme, which singles out the brightest and best young land-use professionals worldwide. One of his particular passions is around conceptualising, creating and scaling businesses, which he channelled into founding Weave Living in 2017 in pursuit of a vision of hassle-free city living for all. Sachin graduated in Engineering and Physics at the Australian National University with first-class honours and won the University Medal, an honour bestowed on students for “consistent academic excellence”.

Vida Ghazavi

Vida was born in the midst of a civil war in Iran and was a refugee at the age of 4. After traversing four continents, she found a home in Australia at the age of twelve. Vida is acutely aware of the difficulties people can face through no fault of their own and the importance of help and support for people in their time of need, exactly the services provided by ImpactHK. Vida brings significant experience from legal and management backgrounds. She has a Master of Laws from Sydney University, a Bachelor of Laws and Business from the University of Technology Sydney. She is currently the APAC Head of Product Implementation and Change Management at J.P.Morgan Asset Management, based in Hong Kong. Vida specialises in change management, process improvement and applying technology to business and operations. Vida has served as the co-chair of Women on the Move, J.P.Morgan’s flagship women’s business resources group and the co-chair of the Global DE&I Council for Asset Management Operations. Vida is a member of the Hong Kong Institute of Directors and has diverse experience with not-for-profit organisations.

Geet Goenka

Geet Goenka is a business man and philanthropist, having spent most of his time growing up in Hong Kong this city is the place he loves and calls home. Geet is a third generation in his families business focused mainly on the manufacturing and wholesaling of fine jewellery and diamonds. His passion for helping others stems from having spent some time in India growing up and witnessing the vast injustice and inequality present there. Geet is involved with multiple charities within India and has been involved with growth of the ImpactHK since its early stages in 2016. He is immensely proud of what ImpactHK, along with its founder Jeff Rotmeyer and the rest of the team, has been able to achieve in such a short period of time. The number of lives changed through ImpactHK is nothing short of incredible and Geet believes this is just the beginning.

Elizabeth Seymour Jones

As a third generation Hongkonger Elizabeth’s love for the city and its people drives her passion for challenging injustices faced by any who call it home. Elizabeth has worked extensively with charities serving the homeless in Hong Kong and overseas both personally and in her professional capacity as a lawyer, and is excited to watch ImpactHK’s reach and success grow. Elizabeth believes we have worlds to gain empowering Hong Kong’s vulnerable and encouraging meaningful community involvement by all.

Yvonne To

Yvonne was born in Hong Kong, grew up and was educated in Australia. Ten years ago, she returned to Hong Kong to be closer to her family. Yvonne is a working mother of three teenage boys and has over 20 years of experience in the accounting and financial services sectors. Yvonne holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree from the University of Sydney and a Master of Executive MBA from the University of New South Wales. She is also a qualified Certified Practicing Accountant in Australia. With her extensive finance experience, Yvonne is currently working at Macquarie Group Services Hong Kong, where she leads the finance change and transformation team. In addition to her professional responsibilities, Yvonne is an active member of the Macquarie Foundation, serving as a committee champion involved in numerous fundraising and volunteering initiatives.

Paul Wallace

Tim Wannenmacher

Tim was born in Münster, Germany. He joined Deutsche Bank in Frankfurt in 1995 and transferred to London in 1997. He moved to Tokyo in 2000 to join Dresdner Kleinwort Benson and moved to Lehman Brothers / Nomura in 2004. He then transferred to Hong Kong in 2005 and joined UBS in 2011 where he works today as Managing Director, Co-Head of Global Markets Asia-Pacific. Tim met his wife Jennifer in Hong Kong and together they have one daughter (Charlie), two sons (Michael and Kai) and two rescue dogs (Lightning and Flash). As a family, they are passionate about community service but also raising funds and awareness through activities including open water swimming, running adventure races or cleaning the ghost nets in the ocean. They have engaged with ImpactHK for many years and Tim supports the board with his deep experience in financing and accounting, fundraising stewardship, and governance.