Mr. Ng Wang Tsang, Andy

Founding Member of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Social Enterprises Limited (HKGCSE)

Chief Executive of The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong

Mr. Ng Wang Tsang, Andy is the founding member of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Social Enterprises Limited (HKGCSE), Committee Chairman of Social Enterprise Endorsement Scheme (SEE Mark). He is also the Chief Executive of The Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong. Mr. Ng has been actively participating in community services. Presently, he is the treasurer of the Hong Kong Social Workers Association, member of the Social Work Department Advisory Committee of Hong Kong Baptist University, professional adviser of the Office of the Ombudsman, Hong Kong, as well as a member of the Post-Release Supervision Board.

Mr. Ng worked in Hong Kong Christian Service as school social worker after graduation in 1984. Upon his return to Hong Kong after completing a master degree in 1989, Mr. Ng re-joined Hong Kong Christian Service to work in counselling, family education and foster care services. He joined Richmond Fellowship of Hong Kong in 1991 and served as officer-in-charge of Ping Shan Halfway House. Half year later, he was appointed the Assistant Director of the agency. In 1999, Mr. Ng joined the Society of Rehabilitation and Crime Prevention, Hong Kong as the Support Service Officer, taking charge of various services of the Society including employment development, hostel service, community education and recreation, court social work and a social enterprise Bright Services Co Ltd. In 2003, Mr. Ng was promoted to the post of Business Director, Planning & Development, and was then promoted to become the Acting Chief Executive and Chief Executive of the Society in 2005 and 2006 respectively.

Mr. Ng graduated from the social work bachelor degree program from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 1984. He completed his master degree in social work at Columbia University in New York City in 1989. In 1999, he completed another master program in public sector management at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University. And in 2009, Mr. Ng acquired his third master degree in criminology from the University of Hong Kong.