An Interview with ACS Volunteer Luke

Welcome to another “face of ACS”, an interview series starring ACS Volunteers and their journey in serving the non-profit community.

Luke is a pracademic, who has academic interests in nonprofit, social enterprise, and ESG while pursuing the application of knowledge to create tangible impacts. Currently, Luke serves as a Lecturer in Nonprofit Management at HKU and offers consultancy services to numerous organizations on scaling impact across Hong Kong and mainland China. His motto is: To accompany more people in pursuing happiness through kindness and advocacy. To assist more people in achieving happiness with goodwill and justice.

What 3 words would your friends use to describe you?        

Altruistic, Enlightened, Sagacious

What has your ACS volunteering journey been like? What particular instances which have stood out for you (and why)?

Volunteering with ACS provides excellent opportunities to interact with numerous individuals working for the greater good and to understand the diverse needs of nonprofit organizations. ACS strategically, professionally, effectively, and efficiently empowers these organizations, thanks to the dedication of both the ACS team and its volunteers in achieving the best outcomes.

What advice do you have for a new ACS volunteer? 

Seek volunteer opportunities that align with both your interests and strengths and establish a clear objective for creating personal impact and deriving personal benefits.

Thank you Luke!

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