Idealist – Entrepreneur – Traveler
Susie Pan graduated from Queen’s Commerce with First Class Honours and a Certificate of Corporate Responsible Leadership. In January 2014, she returned from a 16-month trip abroad living, studying, working, and traveling to over 25 countries in Europe and Asia. During this time, Susie studied in Paris at the world’s first business school, and worked as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence in Malaysia in the leading startup incubator of South East Asia. She also completed a term as Brand Promotion Intern at Red Bull China after a month at Accenture Beijing. Susie is a Next 36 entrepreneur, Canada’s leading entrepreneurial program for young innovators. During the 8 months, Susie co-founded and worked on two ventures that both received venture funding. Susie’s social entrepreneurial endeavour is the founding of Science Expo in 2010, Canada’s largest national non-for-profit organization dedicated to empowering high school students in STEM. Susie has previously worked at a food science research lab, a social enterprise start up, and consulted in the areas of social media and HR recruiting. Susie has been recognized as a SheEO, Shad Valley Full Scholarship Recipient, Guelph’s Top 40 Under 40, and has spoken at various events including a talk at TEDxRichmondHill. Susie’s interests outside of traveling include playing the piano, blogging, photography, café hopping, language and culture, wandering and getting lost.