Co-founder & Chief Executive Officer
For many years, Ken watched the challenges his parents faced hiring and managing caregivers for his ageing grandparents. Ken’s 94-year-old grandmother, who had never required any assistance, slipped and fell in 2015. She was bedridden and wincing in pain from each movement. Helpless due to a lack of experience, her loved ones struggled to cope with her daily needs, especially given their busy work schedules. That’s when he thought about building Evercare. A few months later, he met Stephanie and Alice, and they bonded through a shared mission – to help their parents age gracefully and comfortably in their own homes.
Prior to Evercare, Ken worked in the finance sector in New York, investing across North America, Asia, and Europe, including the healthcare and pharmaceuticals industries.
Dr. Shing Yuk Tso, Alice
Co-founder & Chief Care Officer
DBA (UniSA), MHA (UNSW), RN., RM., FHKAN(Nursing & Health Care Management)(Education & Research - Education)
With over 40 years of nursing experience, Alice is passionate about improving people's lives. During her time at the Hong Kong Hospital Authority, she served as the General Manager of Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Hong Kong’s largest hospital) and concurrently the Cluster General Manager of the Kowloon Central Cluster (five hospitals with over 4,000 beds). Upon Alice’s retirement from the Hospital Authority, she was determined to fulfill a lifetime dream of hers, which was to bring quality healthcare to families at home.
Alice continues to share her rich hospital experience with numerous local and PRC universities to enhance the quality and training program for healthcare professionals including doctors, nurses and hospital administrators.
Stephanie Joyce Tan
Co-founder & Chief Marketing Officer
Stephanie believes that ageing should be a happy and stress free process. She had witnessed the frustrations that her family members had to go through in order to find quality care for both her grandparents as they entered a new stage of their lives, and realized that there had to be change.
Stephanie is also the Executive Director of The Kinnet, Hong Kong’s first wellness center aimed at older adults with the mission to promote active ageing and improve their quality of life. She has also served as a Director of the Tung Wah Group of Hospitals.
Chairman of the Australian College of Nursing
Dr. Shae Tat Ming, Paul
Specialist in Geriatricis
Dr. Dai Lok Kwan, David
Chairman of the Hong Kong Alzheimer's Disease Association
Dr. Sum Kai Hoi
Specialist in Orthopaedics & Traumatology
Dr. Fabio Frisoli
Neurosurgeon at NYU Langone Medical Center (USA)
President of the Hong Kong Academy of Nursing
Dr. Pong Chiu Fai, Jeffrey
Specialist in Ophthalmology
Dr. Wong Tak Hing, Bill
Specialist in Urology