Lincoln is a grade 12 student at Port Moody Secondary School and is excited to be the Chair for miniEnterprize 2021. His interest in business began when he attended his first case competition in Grade 9 and ever since, he has been an active member of the business case competition community. Outside of business, Lincoln spends his free time watching videos on politics, talking with friends, or learning about the latest news in consumer technology. He hopes that miniE 2021 will be an experience to remember and looks forward to seeing everyone’s creative presentations!
Joyce is a senior at Little Flower Academy and is overjoyed to be serving as External Vice Chair for miniEnterprize 2021. Notably, it was at miniEnterprize 2019 that she was first introduced to the enthralling world of case competitions. Two years later, it is her distinct honor to welcome you to the very conference that taught her the importance of collaboration and innovation. Entrepreneurial ventures aside, she can be found overanalyzing movies, debating, or watching sunsets. She is confident that this year’s iteration of miniEnterprize will be its best yet, and cannot wait to see you there!
Tom is a grade 12 student at St. George’s School and is thrilled to serve as the Internal Vice Chair for miniEnterprize 2021. Ever since his first case competition at miniEnterprize 2019, Tom has developed a passion for business, accounting, and finance. Besides his involvement in the business world, Tom can be found working for the school yearbook, discovering different cities and making city guides, or spending his afternoon at the Downtown Starbucks Reserve before COVID-19 hit. Tom is more than excited to meet all the talented individuals at the 13th and best iteration of miniEnterprize, and wish everyone a wonderful experience!
Vivian is a grade 12 student at Crofton House School and is ecstatic to be serving as the Director of Administration at miniEnterprize 2021. Despite having competed at her first case competition just last year, Vivian has found herself absolutely captivated by the world of entrepreneurship and finance. When not signing up for the next case competition or preparing her next slide deck, Vivian can be found attending various Model United Nations conferences, preparing for the next debate tournament, scavenging Vancouver for new dessert shops, or planning the adventures with her friends. Vivian looks forward to meeting all the delegates and making miniEnterprize 2021 an unforgettable experience!
Kevin is a senior at Steveston-London Secondary and is honoured to serve as the Director of Conference for miniEnterprize 2021. MiniEnterprize has served as a catalyst for Kevin to discover his passion for business and has helped him develop many invaluable connections. In his free time, Kevin enjoys listening to Keshi, going on late night bike rides, and playing volleyball with his friends. Kevin hopes that miniEnterprize 2021 will provide delegates with a memorable experience and will help guide them to also discover their passion in business!
Dean is a senior at Mulgrave School and is exhilarated to serve as the Director of Logistics for miniEnterprize 2021. After participating in miniEnterprize 2020, he was intrigued by the abundant opportunities provided in case competitions to practice and learn essential skills and knowledge for business. Outside of this competitive environment, Dean fancies reading books on moral philosophy, digging for undervalued stocks, and spending time with his Mustang. He is enthusiastic to see delegates with their insightful ideas at miniEnterprize 2021.
Jae Wu is delighted to be serving as this year's Director of Marketing and IT. As a senior attending Pacific Academy, he is old; once reading others' biographies and perceiving them as 'old' after seeing the words "senior," the time has come for him as well. It also means that this year will be his last year in highschool: marking an end to three years of case competitions. Although amassing only verbal "well done"s and a freebie professional headshot--at his very first case competition--during the three years, not once was the world of business unappreciated. As a freelancer himself, the tools and mindset taught through case competitions have brought great utility. Despite the unsure future, and whether an in-person conference would even happen, Jae Wu wishes everyone the best during these times.
Andrea is a junior at Point Grey Secondary and is thrilled to serve as the Director of Human Resources for miniEnterprize 2021. Coming from the world of competitive speech arts and public speaking, she entered her first business case competition in the ninth grade and immediately knew business was her calling. Thanks to various uplifting experiences like miniEnterprize 2020, she now has an avid passion for business management, journalism and entrepreneurship. If she is not seen cramming an essay, she is otherwise cramming for something else, playing with her French bulldog, or power napping. Andrea cannot wait to see all of the talented youth at the greatest iteration of miniEnterprize yet!
Valerie is a senior at Gleneagle Secondary School and is delighted to serve as the Director of Sponsorship for miniEnterprize 2021. From the moment she participated in miniEnterprize 2020, she has become enthralled with the educational environment of case competitions and the business world. In her free time, Valerie enjoys longboarding around Vancouver, listening to either lo-fi or aggressive rap, and reading in order to soothe her existential dread. She’s incredibly excited to see everyone at miniEnterprize and to see it become one of the best iterations yet!