Nancy Siew

Nancy Siew earned a Master’s Degree in Social Work (Gerontology) from McGill University in Canada and a Bachelor’s Degree in Social Work (Honours) at the University of Windsor, Ontario. Other post-secondary education achievements include a Certificate in Personnel Management, (Fanshawe College, London, Ontario) and a Teacher’s Certificate (Hong Kong).

Nancy has had years of experience in Public Service in Human Resources and with the Diplomatic Corps. She earned a diploma in International Etiquette and Protocol in Switzerland. She has conducted many workshops and seminars in work-life balance, personal development and business etiquette to all age groups and walks of life. Nancy volunteers for various cultural, arts, music and mental health organizations. As the Founding President of Asian Heritage Month (Toronto, Canada and other areas), she has had an impact on integrating culture into the life of the community. She also works very diligently to promote respect for veterans and world peace. As an appreciation of her work with veterans in particular, she has received several medals, including the Queen’s Golden Jubilee Medal.

Volunteer highlights:

  • Member (2011-2014), Elder Services Advisory Committee, Appointed by Halton Regional Council.
  • Healthy Minds Canada (Previously known as Canadian Psychiatric Research Foundation.)
  • Founding President, Asian Heritage Month (metro Toronto area)
  • Member, Chief’s Forum, Halton Regional Police Service