Matthew Tan, Board Member

Matthew Tan, Associate Director, Partnerships And Sponsorships, UBC
The University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC Canada
Specialties
Associate Director, Partnerships and Sponsorships, Department of Athletics and Recreation

Matthew is a well-respected Associate Director, in Partnerships and Sponsorships, for the University of British Columbia.

He and his team are responsible for forming strategic alliances and corporate partnerships with a focus on event and property sponsorships and business deals. He routinely engages alumni and external parties, and has experience overseeing, on behalf of the university, a diverse array of sport tourism type events and successful business development initiatives.

Prior to his return to his alma mater, where he graduated with a BSc, he managed multiple major corporate and team-based fundraising programs with The Heart and Stroke Foundation of B.C. & Yukon, with a special focus on online fundraising.

Matt is honored to join such a distinguished Board and looks forward to supporting and helping GRACE as it grows and evolves.

Conflict of Interest

None

GRACE is celebrating 10 years! 


In recognition, we would like to introduce you to the staff and board members who are so deeply involved in bringing GRACE to life. In this video, we introduce Matt Tan.

Dr. H. Jack West and the GRACE community have been helping each other since before that time but in this 10th year as a non-profit, we are pleased and humbled by the feedback and graciousness of those we have the pleasure to work with, and those who have found help and support through our GRACE site.

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