Kevin Kwok

  Kevin is a Systems Analyst at Cynerix and Senior Support at DHX Media. Cynerix, a consulting firm specialized in designing and building centralized network systems for small to medium-sized businesses. DHX Media is a creator, producer, marketer and broadcaster of children’s animation such as My Little Pony and Transformers: Rescue Bots. Kevin’s broad experience in IT has given him the opportunity to work for a large telecommunications firm in Seoul, Korea to streamline IT support operations and tie multiple systems together for better communications and increased security. When he is not looking at code, he is constantly looking for entrepreneurial opportunities. His passion for technology and business allows him to help people and organizations solve issues in creative ways.









  • published Workshop and Speaker info in Leadership Conference 2019-01-23 04:01:58 -0800

    Workshop and Speaker info

    Featuring our 3 speakers

    Michelle Kim   Michelle Kim is a Canadian novelist, filmmaker, and actor. A former journalist for the BBC and CBC, Kim has acted in and produced various feature films. Her directorial debut, The Tree Inside played at film festivals around the world and won audience choice awards at the Vancouver Asian Film Festival and the Northwest Filmmakers’ Festival in Portland. Her first novel, Running Through Sprinklers, was published by Simon & Schuster USA in 2018.
    Frank Jang   Frank serviced the RCMP for over 15 years and is currently the Media Relations Officer for the Integrated Homicide Investigation Team (IHIT). He is responsible for the development, promotion, and protection of the reputation, brand, and profile of the IHIT with key audiences, both internally and externally, through the development and implementation of an integrated communications strategy.
    Simu Liu   Simu Liu is a Canadian Screen Award-nominated actor, writer and producer. He’s starred in Wong Fu Productions’ digital series YAPPIE, NBC’s Taken, and CBC’s smash hit comedy Kim’s Convenience. He produces original content including short and feature films through his production company 4:12 Entertainment Ltd. He was named one of Hello! Magazine’s 50 Most Beautiful Canadians in 2017 and 2018.

  • published Leadership Conference 2019-01-16 20:00:46 -0800

    About us

    For 12 years, the Leadership Conference has been one of C3’s flagship events. The Leadership Conference is centred around professional and personal growth that has attracted over 1000+ attendees in that time span. The full-day conference aims to support post-secondary students, recent graduates and young professionals by providing the following resources:

    • career-focused workshops
    • networking opportunities
    • personal mentorship sessions
    • professional + interpersonal connections
    • inspirational keynote speeches and much more.

    Our aim is to continue to foster leadership and growth opportunities for the next generation through key events such as the Leadership Conference.

    Attend this year’s Leadership Conference and meet like-minded peers, connect with diverse mentors and explore this year’s theme: "Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling."

    Who are we?

    C3 Society is a non-profit organization, lead by a group of volunteers who are committed to making a difference in the community through cultural and community engagement.


    This year’s theme is "Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling" -- navigating your personal journey as a multicultural, Korean-Canadian leader.

    The term "bamboo ceiling" was coined in 2005 by Jane Hyun in Breaking the Bamboo Ceiling: Career Strategies for Asians, where she addresses the barriers faced by many Asian Americans in the professional arena, such as stereotypes and racism, while also providing solutions to overcome these barriers.

    What is a mentor session?

    A mentor roundtable is one-to-one mentorship session between you and a professional who is currently working in a field of your career interest. The mentor roundtable is very unique to our Leadership Conference.

    How does it work? What is the process of being matched with a mentor?

    You will be asked to choose an industry that you are interested in pursuing post-graduation and will be matched with a mentor from that field. Each session will be approximately 30 minutes long and will allow you to learn more about what the mentor does in their respective role and career advice relevant to your field.

    Our mentor roundtable has been one of the most popular sessions in our Leadership Conference because it gives delegates a chance to connect with professionals and to learn tips on transitioning from post-secondary to the professional realm. We encourage those currently in post-secondary as well as recent graduates to participate in the mentorship sessions.


    UBC Robson Square
    800 Robson Street, Vancouver, BC V6Z 3B7


    March 16, 2019
    9:30 am - 5:30 pm + After Party @ St. Regis


    Early Bird: $25
    Regular Price: $35
    Door: $45

    Registration is now closed!
    Admission at the door will be $45. Cash only. Please note that we cannot guarantee mentor matching for those who register day of.


  • published 2018 Sponsors in Sponsors 2018-03-26 15:53:50 -0700

    C3 Career Conference 2018 Sponsors


    Partner Sponsor

    TD Bank Group


    Platinum Sponsors

    H-Mart, Sharons Credit Union, VCAD








    Diamond Sponsor

    Simpson, Thomas & Associates




    Gold Sponsors

    Daniel Song, Mackenzie Fujisawa LLP




  • commented on Contact Us 2017-11-11 12:08:15 -0800

    Contact Us

    Mailing Address: #1401-2232 Douglas Road, Burnaby, BC, Canada, V5C5A7

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Kevin is a Systems Analyst at Cynerix and Senior Support at DHX Media.