Our Trainers

We have a variety of workshops

Our trainers are dedicated based on their Strength and Passion

Each of us has a story to tell

Tom Chui

Chief Trainer

Tom Chui, the founder of Inclusive Impact. 15 years of working experience across Europe and Asia, accumulated a unique combination of experience in advertising, portfolio & relationship management, innovation consulting, NGOs, social enterprise, International exhibition management. In 8 years of Senior Executive or Directorship position, managed, trained and mentored over five hundred plus young professionals in group and individual across the UK, China, and Hong Kong.

Wing Lam

Head of Talent Development
Wing loved various sports since his childhood, he has been aiming to become a mountain bike athlete. After his cervical spine-injured when he going to a mountain bike race in 1996, he changed to a para-rowing athlete and he has trained in Hong Kong’s Para-Rowing team and participated in different competitions in Hong Kong and internationally.

Now, he is also a financial planning manager in insurance companies.

Michael Tang

Michael has been trained in regular badminton and aims to be a badminton coach. After the accidental spinal injury during water sports activities in Taiwan in 2010, the plan was forced to change and he had trained for two years in the Hong Kong Disabled Badminton Team and participated in different competitions.

Now, he is also a full-time Master of Arts in Taoist Studies at Hong Kong Baptist Theological Seminary.

Davis Dai

Davis was Hong Kong para-swimming team member and Hong Kong Para-Rowing team member. He also joined Standard Chartered Marathon 10km race for 15 years consequently from 2004 to 2018. At the age of 11 due to a serious traffic accident, the right leg was completely amputated, and during the subsequent treatment, the drug affected his hearing.

Now, he is a creative director at a social enterprise.

Eric (Wa-Dee)


Eric suffered from polio since a child. After a period of ideological struggle and family encouragement and support, the mentality has finally changed. He sees everyone has different types of difficulties, but we must learn how to encounter and overcome them. We all have something to learn from Eric’s optimistic character, sportsmanship to face challenges and willingness to give back to society.

He is now an active promoter in shortening the uncontrollable ideological struggle and bravely faced them with confidence.

Martha Ng


Not every disability is visible. For example, in 2007, Martha suffered a brain blood vessel burst and a stroke. After two operations, intensive care, and staying in the hospital for four months, the cerebellum (小腦) was removed. Martha is undoubtedly a life fighter and a coach you want to meet, from unmovable in the hospital bed to now a frequent Marathon runner.

Now, she is an assistant manager in an insurance company and sports mental coach.

Related Interview

Wing LAM-不自制的雙翼

Credit to SportSoHo, 2019/02 #121

Davis DAI-那些年,運動帶給我的是…… 

Credit to Hong Kong Amputees Association Limited, 肢義難行