Eddie Chuan-Shun Ho

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					 Eddie Chuan-Shun Ho
                                                                       242 Frontenac St, Kingston, ON K7L 3S6, Canada
                                                        +1 (613) 583 0813 eddiehosa@yahoo.com www.eddieho.com

      Profile   Queen‟s School of Business B.Com (Honours) 2008 - First-Class Honours with Distinction graduate
                with experiences in internet and technology applications, renewable fuels, and professional
                services. South African citizen with a Canadian university education.

                 Placed on Dean‟s List for four years in a row. Cumulative average: 83%.
                 Featured on Time Magazine Best Photos of the Year, Toronto Star, USA Today & National Post
Achievements      and interviewed on CityTV‟s Hour Town, ABC‟s Good Morning America & CNN.
                 Provided consulting services to Imperial Oil (Canada) as part of the Queen‟s Faculty of Applied
                  Science engineering consulting program, APSC400: Technology Engineering and Management.
                  Presented to 18 managers and directors in the Toronto office.
                 Delegated 200 student volunteers and worked with city officials for the organization of the City
                  of Toronto’s Peanut Town Festival in North York, attended by 3000 people.
                 Placed first in the Management Information Systems category of the Queen‟s Business
                  Competition held in Fall 2007.

   University   Queen’s Commerce Society (ComSoc)
                Vice President External (07/08)
     Activity    Oversaw the running of 15 business conferences and competitions and managed relationships
   Summary         with external groups including universities, student governments, social groups, and businesses.
                 Lead the successful passing of a $1.2 million student pledge to the Goodes Hall business
                   building expansion, using various media formats.
                 Successfully resolved legal and financial issues of groups
                 Worked with student groups and university stakeholders to introduce society policies
                 Represented students in meetings with university administration and governing bodies.

                Chief Information Officer (06/07);
                 Lead the creation of an online database management system called “LookUp”, allowing users to
                  make use of improved communications and HR functions (http://comsoc.queensu.ca/lookup).
                 Introduced and managed the new Commerce Society website with a brand new corporate
                  image, increasing traffic and made it the “daily must-visit” page for every commerce student.
                 Put forward to administration new implemented technologies into the Commerce Program,
                  including plasma screens and web portal improvements.

                Deputy Communications Commissioner (05/06);
                 Organized student volunteers for a video production visit from CTV for the marketing department
                  of the Queen‟s School of Business and the American Marketing Association Hall of Legends.\
                 Created a new Commerce Society branding guide and logo scheme
                 Managed general society communications, both internally and externally

                Queen’s Conference on the Business Environment Today (Q’BET)
                Sponsorship Co-ordinator (06/07);
                 Built a revised sponsorship strategy to attract new corporate sponsors.
                 Interacted with company representatives to devise customized sponsorship solutions.
                 Responsible for $45,000 in sponsorship revenues
                IT and Marketing Director (05/06);
                 Innovated the first web-based paperless management system used by any university business
                   conference in Canada, which allows delegates to register and pay online and executives to
                   manage delegates electronically.
                 Re-branded the conference with a new marketing image and website, increasing sponsorship
                   levels to its highest and transforming the conference it its best success in its 29-year history.
                 Created a marketing campaign that sold out the 120 delegate conference in 40 minutes
    Other    University
              Competed in business competitions across Canada:
Activities          Queen‟s Business Competition (first place), Royal Roads University International Business
                    Case Competition (second place), Telus Roundtable 2008 Telecom Competition (second
                    place), Simon Fraser University Case IT Business Competition (runner-up)
              Attended national conferences across Canada:
                    Canadian Undergraduate Technology Conference, Queen‟s Marketing Association
                    Conference, Queen‟s Conference on the Business Environment Today, Queen‟s Finance
                    Association Conference, Queen‟s Advancing Canadian Entrepreneurship Conference,
                    National Business School Conference
              Served as the Chair of the Finance and Auditing Committee Chair for the Main Campus
               Residence Council (MCRC) at Queen‟s University (04/05)
              Volunteered as a Systems Assistant in Inter-Collegiate Business Competition 2008.
              Acted as a class representative for COMM „08s for the Student Faculty Liaison Committee.

             High School
              Elected President of Georges Vanier Secondary School‟s student council (03/04)
              Founded the George Vanier S.S. Chess Club and the “VanierView” Student Newsletter
              Lead the school website and yearbook as the Chief Editor and Student Manager
              Served as the Media Manager for the George Vanier S.S. Robotics Team, Viking 1009
              Served as one of the Executive Organizers for City of Toronto “Peanut Town” Community
              Raised money for the Canadian Cancer Society and the United Way

   Work      Ernst & Young LLP - Assurance and Advisory Business Risk Services
             Intern – Technology, Communications, Entertainment Group (Summer 2007)
Summary       Served on an IPO engagement for a client in the renewable fuels sector listing on the Toronto
                Stock Exchange. Work performed include: planning work, client communications, quarterly
                review work for 4 quarters, restatements, and financial statement, MD&A, and prospectus filings.
              Gathered data and performed analysis for Ernst & Young‟s marketing strategy.
              Nominated the Ernst & Young AABS Silver Recognition Award for outstanding teamwork and
                commitment to the client engagement. Exceeded goals and standards set by the team and firm.

             Mustek South Africa - Mecer
             Junior Customer Support and Notebook Technician (Summer 2005)
              Trained as a dedicated customer service representative and a strong team player under strict
               ISO9001 and ISO14001 environments for South Africa‟s largest PC brand.
              Provided service, repair and support for end users, dealerships and corporate customers on
               both hardware and operating systems under heavy time constraints and daily deadlines.
              Received praise from managers and customers for dedication and work ethics
              Moved on from Notebook Service to Motherboard Service after 2 months of internship.

             Queen’s University - School of Business,
             Teaching Assistant (2006-2007, 2007-2008), Research Assistant (2008)
              Teaching assistant for Professor Gary Bissonette in Introduction to Management
              Teaching assistant for Professor Yuri Levin in Management Science
              Teaching assistant for Professor Clinton Free in Managerial Accounting
              Research assistant for Professor Sandy Staples in Management Information Systems

             Queen’s University - Office of the University Advisor on Equity,
             Student Assistant and Web Designer (2004-current)
              Compiled various reports for Queen‟s University, including: an HR analysis report for the
                university administration based on staff exit interviews and an Equity Hiring Guide.
              Created and managed the office website, http://www.queensu.ca/equity
              Created various PHP database programs to assist with various functions of the office, including
                an online Equity Training session registration system.
              Published reports and consulted with various university departments (HCDS, Residences,
                QUIC, etc) to implement websites that conform to international accessibility standards.
              Assisted in general clerical work and compiling confidential statistics for the university.
              Queen’s University - Queen’s Residences,
              Residence Facilitator (2005-2006); Residence Don (2006-2007, 2007-2008)
               Supported the welfare of 200 first year students in McNeill House with programming while
                working closely with a team of 10 staff members and a partner “Co-Don”.
               Actively upheld community standards and professionally responded to emergency situations.
               Organized monthly social events that saw a minimum of 70% participation in each event.
               Recipient of the Queen‟s Residence Life Service Recognition Award

              Queen’s University - Stauffer Library,
              Library Assistant (2006-2007)
               Performed various library assistant tasks including attending to patron enquiries at the front
                 desk, charging/discharging books, shelving books, and other librarian duties.

 Education    Queen’s School of Business, Queen’s University
              Kingston, Ontario, Canada
               Honours Bachelor of Commerce graduate with a cumulative average of 83%.
               Designated “First-Class Honours with Distinction” title for academic excellence
               Queen‟s option electives in Environmental Science
               Awards include: Lint Family Student Award, Thomas Nugent Memorial Award, and D.I. McLeod
                 Dean‟s List with Distinction Award, Queen‟s University COMM ‟74 award contribution to on-
                 academic and non-athletic matters, Commerce Society Member of the Year,
              Georges Vanier Secondary School
              Toronto, Ontario, Canada
               Ontario Secondary School Diploma recipient with a graduating average of 92.8%
               Designated “Ontario Scholar” title for academic excellence
               Awards include Outstanding Male, Student Council Award, Philosophy Award, & Cadillac
                Fairview SPIRE Award

              Sandringham High School
              Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa
               Placed #1 of the grade in Grade 10 (Std. 8), and in the top 3 in prior grades.
               Studied from Grade 8 (Std. 6) to Grade 10 (Std. 8) before moving to Canada.

      Other   Experienced in
               Mandarin, French and Afrikaans at an introductory level.
Experiences    Travel in Canada, United States, China, Taiwan, South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe,
                Mozambique and Madagascar.
               Presentations, business communications, time management, and teamwork.
               Emergency First Aid and CPR “Life Saver A”.
               Ballroom Dancing (former high school competitor)
               Microsoft Office, Databases, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver and PHP / MySQL
               Climbing the CN Tower twice for charity

References    Shannon Goodspeed
              Director, Commerce Program
              Queen‟s University
              sgoodspeed@business.queensu.ca, +1 613 533 6559

              George Boland
              Associate Director, Commerce Program
              Queen‟s University
              gboland@business.queensu.ca, +1 613 533 6297

              Jill Christie
              Office of the University Advisor on Equity
              Queen‟s University
              jjc@queensu.ca, +1 613 533 6000 x 78940

              More references available upon request