Classification

Software Engineering (ABB), joined Rotary Club of Richmon March 25, 2015

Personal and Professional

Kenny Chiu believes in community involvement and services.  He has played an integral role in many not-for-profit and/or charitable endeavours, including the Business Development Committee of the Richmond Chamber of Commerce, Directors of the Mennonite Housing Society of Richmond, Mennonite Intermediate Care Home Society of Richmond, Mennonite Senior Citizens Society of BC, and Columbia Bible College.
 
In addition he has long been an active participant in political discourse at the federal, provincial and municipal levels.  In 2011, Kenny was elected as a Richmond School Board Trustee.
 
For nearly fifteen years, Kenny has also served as a current affairs commentator in local media, including co-hosting weekly talk shows on local radio.  His aim has always been to facilitate contextualized discussions and respectful dialogue for the betterment of Canadian society.  He is committed to supporting a diverse and multicultural Richmond, one that is united by core Canadian values that are foundational to social harmony and cohesion.
 
In 2002 and 2012, he was respectively awarded the Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee Medal, and the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal, for his commendable contributions to the community and Canada.
 
Born in Hong Kong, Kenny Chiu is a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan.  In 1992, he moved to Richmond, BC, where he continues to live with his wife and two teenage daughters while pursuing his career as a software engineering professional.
 
On September 11, 2014, Kenny Chiu was nominated as the Conservative Party of Canada candidate in the Steveston-Richmond East electoral district for the upcoming federal election in 2015.