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Mr Daniel Chiu

Mr Daniel Chiu

Mr Chiu is Founder of Harrow International Schools in Bangkok, Beijing, Hong Kong and Shanghai. He serves on the Board of Governors of the schools and advises on strategic development and management of the schools.

Mr Chiu has almost 40 years’ experience in corporate governance. He has been serving as Chairman and Executive Director of both Fortune Oil and Federal Asia Company Limited.

Mr Chiu holds honorary positions as the Committee Member of the 13th Guangzhou City Committee of the Central Committee of the Communist Party of China, Council Member of China Overseas Friendship Association, Honorary Citizen of Maoming, Guangdong, Executive Committee Member of All-China Federation of Industry & Commerce, and Deputy Director of the Professional Affairs Committee of the 8th Board of Directors of the Friends of Hong Kong Association. 

Mr Ma Weihua (Chairman)

Mr Ma Weihua (Chairman)

Dr Ma Weihua was a member of the 12th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, Executive Director, President & CEO of China Merchants Bank Co., Ltd., President of the People’s Bank of China (Hainan branch) and Director General of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange (Hainan branch), Chairman of the Board of China Global Philanthropy Institute (Shenzhen). He also held directorship of CMB Wing Lung Bank, Cigna & CMB Life Insurance Co., Ltd., and China Merchants Fund Management Co., Ltd. He is currently President of the Council of the National Fund for Technology Transfer and Commercialization, President of the China Foundation, President of the Chinese Entrepreneur Club, and Executive Director of the China Society for Finance and Banking. He is a part-time professor at Peking University, Tsinghua University, and other high education institutions. Dr Ma is also Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Columbia University Chinese Enterprise Research Centre and Member of the NYC Financial Services Advisory Committee in the US, and Member of the Advisory Board of the City of London in the UK.

Dr Ma was born in Jinzhou, Liaoning province in June 1949. He read Economics at Jilin University in 1982 and holds a doctoral research degree in Economics.

Dr Rosanna Wong, Dbe, Jp


  • Former Member, National Committee of the CPPCC
  • Senior Advisor, The Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups
  • Honorary Chairman, World Vision Hong Kong
  • Former Member, the Executive and Legislative Councils, and former Chairperson, Education Commission of the Hong Kong Government
  • Earned Doctor of Philosophy degree in Sociology from the University of California, Davis; with further earned degrees from Hong Kong, Canada and the United Kingdom
  • Holder of five Honorary Doctorates and an Honorary Fellowship from the London School of Economics and Political Science
MS Debra Price


Ms Price spent 26 years at Benenden School in the UK, most recently as Deputy Head, and was one of the founding trustees of the Benenden School Hong Kong Trust.  After leaving Benenden in December 2015, she became an educational management consultant advising schools on areas such as governance and compliance, development and external relations.

She is also a Director of Gresham Books, a specialist publisher for schools, and writes and speaks regularly on the development of Critical Thinking skills. As the representative of the Harrow Governors, she is a Governor of the Harrow International Schools in Bangkok, Beijing, and Shanghai as well as in Hong Kong. Ms Price holds a First Class bachelor’s degree in History.

Ms Louisa ho

Ms Louisa ho

Ms Ho joined Harrow International Management Services Limited as Chief Financial Officer in September 2006. Ms Ho has over 30 years’ experience in accounting, finance and banking treasury in China with specific expertise in managing financial and accounting operations, fund raising, investor relations and executing corporate strategy.

Prior to joining the Group, she worked in a range of positions in the controller and operations departments of Esso Hong Kong Limited (now known as ExxonMobil Hong Kong Limited) from 1987 to 1993. She joined Fortune Oil PLC (now renamed as Fortune Oil Limited) as Financial Controller in September 1993. Ms Ho subsequently served as Deputy Chief Executive from August 2001 to April 2004, Finance Director from April 2004 to September 2006 and a non-executive director from September 2006 to April 2015.

Ms Ho is a certified public accountant of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountant. Ms Ho received her Bachelor of social science degree in the University of Hong Kong in November 1986 and Master of data processing degree from the University of Ulster in the United Kingdom in July 1992.

Mr Wang Ping


Wang Ping has extensive experience in education in China. Since graduating from Beijing Normal University, Wang has been a Senior Teacher with secondary school specialism and a Principal in bilingual schools leading international programmes and school operations.

Throughout his career, Wang has committed himself to the concept of a Chinese-International education, with a strong belief in nurturing students as lifelong learners where they add value to society, love and respect the world around them and acquire wealth of knowledge, developing wisdom. With globalisation impacting on all aspects of life, Wang is keen to promote cross-cultural understanding and diversity as a basis to education and encourages students to participate in the innovation of knowledge and to contribute to the development and livelihoods of mankind.

Dr Ahmed Hussain

Ahmed Hussain

Dr Ahmed Hussain is the Chief Education Officer with AISL. This position involves leading on educational strategy and operations across the Harrow group of schools in Asia. He is also an Associate Professor in the school of education Durham University, a member of the editorial board with Research Journal: International Education Theory and Practice, a member of the expert panel for Pudong Education Bureau, Shanghai and a Fellow of the Charter College for Teaching, UK.

Professional and research experience

Following an initial career as a post-doctoral research scientist and lecturer at University of Nottingham, Ahmed trained as teacher of science with the school of education, Durham University. Following a number of teaching and leadership positions, Ahmed was appointed as a Lecturer of Education at Durham University. Here he led on training and developing teachers, teaching on Masters and EdD courses as well as undertaking research in the fields of curriculum analysis, assessment and teacher professional development. Ahmed took up a number of senior leadership positions in schools in the UK and Dubai along with working in the education reform project in Abu Dhabi. Here he led projects on senior leader and teacher professional development along with supporting the development and rollout of national standards for school leaders and teachers in the UAE. Ahmed then took up the role of Director of Schools with Wellington College China, playing a key role in establishing Wellington College China as a leading education group regionally and internationally.

Mr Andrew McGregor

Mr Andrew McGregor

Having read Classics at Pembroke College, Cambridge, Mr McGregor spent more than thirty years teaching at Harrow School in the UK. He was House Master of The Head Master’s before his appointment to the Senior Management Team in 2012. As Senior Tutor, he oversaw areas of compliance, including Health & Safety, Safeguarding and Pupil Welfare.

Since his retirement from Harrow in 2018, Mr McGregor has acted as an educational consultant. He is also on the Board of three leading prep schools across the UK. As the representative of the Harrow Governors, Mr McGregor is a Governor of the Harrow International Schools in Appi, Chongqing, Haikou, Nanning, Shenzhen Qianhai and Zhuhai Hengqin.

Mr McGregor is a published playwright with a keen interest in The Arts. He sings in a Cathedral Choir and also sits as a Magistrate in NW London. 

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