JC COIL partners with professional facilitators and coaches from the International Association of Facilitators – Hong Kong and Education for Good to give an all-rounded support to our team members at all stages -- from idea jamming, project design, team building to project trials and execution.

(alphabetical order by last name)


Amy Chan is the Community Development Director of IAF – Hong Kong. She is a passionate facilitator and has more than 17 years of regional corporate learning and talent development experiences with a number of multi-national corporations across diverse industries. Her passion is in supporting different organizations and communities on how to facilitate an open and genuine dialogue.
John Chan has more than 10 years of experience in the game industry, after completing his computer science degree at the University of British Columbia, Canada. From software developer to product manager, John has led and managed successful mobile games and apps such as “Tower of Saviors” and “Little Fighters Online”. His project partners include Microsoft, Tencent and Konamia. John started an app and game company, which was funded with over $1 million and later acquired by a company in China. Currently, John is actively engaged in IT innovation and is keen to share his experience with startups and incubation teams.
Kan Sum Hin graduated from Shue Yan University with a degree in Economics and Finance. For the last six years, he has been involved in the trading business of consumer electronics. He is now the director of four companies. Sum Hin is committed to promoting reading in the society. Every year he joins the Book Fair to promote e-book readers. Sum Hin cares for the community and is keen in serving social enterprises in a bid to fulfil his own social responsibility.
Ir Albert Lai is the CEO of Carbon Care Asia. He is a director and former chairman of the Conservancy Association, founding chairman of The Professional Commons, former Stakeholder Council member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and former member of the Commission on Strategic Development of the HKSAR Government. He has served for many years as a member of the Judging Panel for ACCA (Hong Kong) Sustainability Report Award, and led numerous local initiatives in the field of CSR and sustainability, including the leadership of the Hong Kong NGO delegation to the World Summit on Sustainable Development held in Johannesburg in 2002, and the United Nations Climate Change Conferences in Bali (2007) and Copenhagen (2009).
Freddy Law is the Director in Education for Good for social innovation consultancy.  Freddy is the founder of an award-winning social enterprise Inter Cultural Education (ICE) which aims to nurture global citizens. He is a Director of Social Investors Club for supporting social enterprise startup. He is also the Director of his investee La Violet Education for creativity education.
Larry Li is a trainer and coach specialized in leadership development for non-profit organizations. In the last five years, he has delivered leadership training programs and provided coaching service to hundreds of NGOs' supervisors. Currently, he is the Talent Development Manager of Education for Good.
Dr. KK Tse is the Founder and CEO of Education for Good, Co-founder of Dialogue in the Dark Hong Kong and Founding Chair of Hong Kong Social Entrepreneurship Forum. He has been a leader in the business as a force for good movement in Hong Kong for over thirty years. He considers himself at the start of his third career, which will focus on promoting the B Corp movement starting in Hong Kong but ultimately targeting the whole of China.
Lilian Wang is the a certified professional facilitator and assessor, She has been designing and facilitating board retreat, team interventions, large scale events, leadership development for clients across Asia for over 10 years.
Yvonne Yam is the Chair of International Association of Facilitators – Hong Kong, a Certified Professional Facilitator and Assessor. Her passion is in creating team engagement and support teams to make decisions more effectively. She was awarded as the "Trainer of the Year" by the Hong Kong Management Association in 2014 for her work in team formation and development in Asia Pacific.