Kyman Chan is a first generation Chinese Canadian born and raised in Victoria. Kyman’s family history with businesses in Victoria’s Chinatown goes back over 60 years. Kyman is a senior partner in the Victoria office of Grant Thornton with over 25 years of experience in public practice specializing in providing assurance and business advisory services with a focus on external reporting, risk management, and growth strategy. He is an elected fellow of the Chartered Professional Accountants of BC. In addition to his role as treasurer of the Victoria Chinatown Museum Society, Kyman also currently serves as the treasurer of St. Michaels University School Society. Highlights of Kyman’s past commitments to community service include chair of the Board of Governors of Camosun College; vice-chair and treasurer of the Victoria Foundation; treasurer of the South Island Division of Family Practice Society; treasurer of the Royal and McPherson Theatres Society; director of the South Island Prosperity Partnership; advisory council member of the BC Cancer Foundation; and governing council member for the Institute of Chartered Accountants of British Columbia. In addition, Kyman has been a passionate volunteer coach for local youth sports teams at the Saanich Minor Hockey Association, Victoria Racquet Club Minor Hockey Association, Victoria Minor Ball Hockey Association, Victoria Amateur Basketball Association, Gordon Head Minor Baseball Association, and Gordon Head Soccer Association.