Executive Director

Patrick Chun, P. Eng.  
Patrick Chun, CEO of English-learning educational software company Greenwood Canada, is a professional engineer, computer programmer, educator, entrepreneur, and founder of Greenwood. Patrick graduated from the University of British Columbia, Canada in engineering with first class honours, and subsequently went on for graduate studies at McGill University, Canada, and the University of California, USA in computer engineering.

Before founding Greenwood in 1994, Patrick had over a decade of high-technology development experiences working on electronic communication systems, satellite observations, and multimedia designs across North America in places like Montreal, Los Angeles and Vancouver. In his works, Patrick had also been instrumental in the design of users' training and education for the use of these complex systems.

Patrick was a volunteering engineer for the "Scientists in School" project in Canada where experienced scientists, doctors, engineers would visit high schools to give lectures about the fascinating world of science and technologies.

Under Patrick's leadership, Greenwood has succeeded not only in building a dynamic education management team, or in winning international educational awards, but, more importantly, also in bringing in hands-on experiences from the world of high-technologies, entrepreneurship and business into the classrooms to share with students.

In the mid 2000's, Patrick led Greenwood into closing a sale of a subsidiary to a multinational company overseas. Subsequently, the same customer (and others) requested Patrick to not only continue to supply his remaining products, but new products and services in the area of image and etiquette for business applications. This, in turn, led Patrick to help found the non-profit IITTI with some of the most seasoned image consultants around the world in order to set a global certification standard in corporate image and etiquette. Patrick now leads IITTI in the areas of business strategy and team building.