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St. Paul’s Future Leaders are an engaged committee of young professionals who commit their time to raising awareness and funds for St. Paul’s Foundation. Since its inception in 2014, the committee has helped raise $1,35o,ooo million for St. Paul’s Hospital.

When you support the Future Leaders, you join the next generation of philanthropists whose goal is to change the future of health care for programs and services at Providence Health Care and for the new St. Paul’s Hospital.

Join our Future Leaders Committee

Be part of an exciting team of young professionals who are supporting our fundraising efforts to build the biggest health care campus in Western Canada. Click here for more information and to apply today.

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Meet our Future Leaders

  • Image of Stuart Louie

    Board Advisor

    Stuart Louie
    Governor, London Drugs
  • Image of Chelsea Stoelting

    Board Advisor

    Chelsea Stoelting
    Managing Director, Client Services, Rethink
  • Image of Michael Job


    Michael Job
    Portfolio Manager, Leith Wheeler
  • Image of Leon Ng

    Leon Ng

    President and Founder, LNG Studios
  • Image of James Grass

    James Grass

    Brand Experience Strategist, J. Grass Hospitality & Strategy Inc.
    Executive Producer and Host, Chef’s Favourite
  • Image of Crystal Hung

    Crystal Hung

    Managing Broker, Icon Marketing Inc.
  • Image of Ben Rough

    Ben Rough

    Director BMO, Capital Markets
  • Yoyoe Lu

    Founder and CEO, Claridge Real Estate Advisors

Past Events

  • Art of Innovation

    The Art of Innovation event was an immersive experience where guests had the opportunity to walk through the past, present, and future of Providence Health Care’s (PHC) ongoing role as a world leader in medical innovation.

  • Pixel Moments

    Pixel Moments returned in early 2022 with another larger than life, augmented-reality-activated photo-mosaic unveiled in the heart of downtown Vancouver. Experience the immersive, augmented reality come to life through selfies donated and submitted by donors like you!

    The mosaic art piece for 2022 was created by Abbotsford-based queer xʷməθkʷəy̓əm and tsimshian artist named Chase Gray. This year, Pixel Moments partnered with Vancouver Mural Festival​.

    Learn more about Pixel Moments on social media:

  • Future Leaders Speaker Series: “Indigenous-specific racism in BC health care and the path forward”

    In our virtual fall session of St. Paul’s Future Leaders Speaker Series, we heard from Indigenous Wellness & Reconciliation experts at Providence Health Care (PHC) as they guided us through the findings from the 2020 report, In Plain Sight. At this event, our presenters explored how to improve accountability for Indigenous-specific racism, increase cultural safety, and expand Indigenous leadership across all industry sectors.

    Our guest speakers included Harmony Johnson, Interim Vice President, Indigenous Wellness & Reconciliation, PHC, and Sheri Hundseth, Director, Indigenous Relations and Community Engagement, PHC.

    To learn more about this important work and find ways to take action, please take a look at the links below for references recommended by Harmony Johnson:


    St. Paul’s Foundation Future Leaders are raising funds to support Providence’s Indigenous Wellness and Reconciliation program. This program supports self-identified Indigenous patients and families by providing access to traditional cultural practices and community supports including Elders, discharge planning, and culturally safe navigation, as well as supporting service providers to understand principles of cultural safety and humility and to apply their learnings to the care environment.

    Future Leaders Speaker Series: “Hope and Resilience: Mental Health during a Pandemic”

    COVID-19 has taken a devastating physical and emotional toll on our community. If you or a loved one has had COVID-19, you’re likely feeling anxious and adrift in the uncharted territory of long COVID. Even if we haven’t been diagnosed with the coronavirus, it’s safe to say that none of us has been spared from the pandemic’s wrenching aftermath.

    A healing conversation took place on February 4, 2021 with an expert panel; Dr. Suja Srikameswaran, Dr. Grant Millar, Dr. Bri Bentzon Budlovsky and <b>Jaclyn Robinson</b> who shared their frontline stories and tangible strategies to cope with illness, uncertainty, loss, and loneliness.


    St. Paul’s Foundation Future Leaders raised funds to support St. Paul’s Hospital’s Psychiatry and Mental Health departments. Over $1,000 was raised for the essential inpatient units, and the programs and research initiatives that help St. Paul’s Hospital inform better care and holistic wellness.

  • Future Leaders Speaker Series: “No Returns, No User Guide, and No Sleep: A conversation on the early days of parenthood”

    St. Paul’s Future Leaders held a free, interactive event that dove into the new joys, trials, and challenges of early parenthood. Along with health care professionals from Providence Health Care, we discussed the early years of parenting and the impact of COVID-19.

    The Keefer Bar opened the event with an interactive bartending demonstration, where attendees learned the art of a classic cocktail/mocktail, perfect for winding down when the kids are asleep.

    Our panel of experts Dr. Judy Wolfe, Dr. Robert Anderson, Dr. Suja Srikameswaran, and Andrea Firmani then shared their knowledge around the importance of support systems and self-compassion, COVID-19 safety for kids, continuing education, identifying and treating post-partum depression, and more and answered your parenthood questions.

  • Shorts For St. Paul’s 2019

    Thank you for helping raise $24,700 for the New St. Paul’s Hospital. Watch a short video here!

    On July 26, 2019, women and men across Vancouver came together to raise awareness and funds for the new St. Paul’s. This new health campus will put people first by delivering innovative health care that sets a new standard. Shorts 4 St. Paul’s brings young professionals together in a meaningful way to support improved health treatment and access in BC.

    The Future of BC Speaker Series: Generational Giving

    On Thursday, May 23, 2019, St. Paul’s Future Leaders came together for the Future of BC Speaker Series. Over 100 of Vancouver’s young professionals attended the reception to network and learn more about philanthropy and the new St. Paul’s.

  • Shorts For St. Paul’s 2018

    Thank you for helping raise $16,400 to support St. Paul’s Addictions Medicine Program. Watch a short video here!

    On August 30, 2018, women and men came together to raise awareness and funds for St. Paul’s Hospital’s world-leading addictions medicine program. Thank you for joining the St. Paul’s Future Leaders and wearing your shorts to work to show your support for this devastating health crisis.