Ronnie C. Chan
Chairman, Hang Lung Properties Limited
Mr. Ronnie C. Chan is Chairman of Hang Lung Group and its subsidiary Hang Lung Properties. He founded and chairs the China Heritage Fund. Mr. Chan is a Fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, Chairman Emeritus of Asia Society and Chairman of its Hong Kong Center. He serves or has served on the governing or advisory bodies of several think tanks and universities, including Peterson Institute for International Economics, World Economic Forum, East-West Center, Pacific Council on International Policy, Eisenhower Fellowships, University of Southern California, Indian School of Business, Yale University, Tsinghua University, and Fudan University.
Ariane Daguin ’80
Ariane Daguin is the founder, owner and CEO of D’Artagnan, the renowned gourmet food purveyor. Famous for providing humanely-raised meats, from game and foie gras to organic chicken and prepared charcuterie, the name D’Artagnan has been synonymous with top-quality food produced with care since its founding in 1985.
A pioneer in the farm-to-table movement, Ariane is dedicated to procuring the best from small farms that support humane and sustainable farming practices. She is the founding president of the Les Nouvelles Meres Cuisinieres, recipient of the James Beard Foundation Who’s Who of Food and Beverage in America Award, and the Lifetime Achievement Award from Bon Appetit.
Head of Inclusion and Diversity, Pinterest
Candice Morgan is the Head of Inclusion and Diversity at Pinterest, where she leads efforts to build a more inclusive and diverse global company. Previously, Candice spent nearly 10 years at Catalyst, where she built inclusive work cultures by designing and implementing strategic talent initiatives for global companies and firms across a range of industries including finance, consumer goods, technology, healthcare and more. Candice holds an MS in cross-cultural psychology from Brunel University and a BS in psychology from Carnegie Mellon University.
Abby O’Neill was elected to the International House Board 1958, and served actively for 43 years. In 2008, in honor of her 50 years of service to International House, the patio was renamed the Abby O’Neill patio. Mrs. O’Neill’s uncle David Rockefeller, another Honorary Trustee, was first elected to the Board in 1940.
Other family members who have served on the Board have been Abby Aldrich Rockefeller, John D. Rockefeller, III, Peggy Rockefeller and, since 1997, Peter O’Neill, who lived at International House while in graduate school at Columbia University.
Tatsuro Toyoda ’58
Mr. Toyoda lived at I-House from 1956-1958 when he pursued his MBA at New York University and went on to head the Toyota Motor Company. He credits his time as a student with giving him an understanding of the American consumer and a focus on quality control that served Toyota well in its expansion into new markets under his leadership. One of Mr. Toyoda’s lasting legacies at International House is the Toyota Scholarships Program which has been given to over 300 Residents studying international affairs, international business or a technical field such as engineering.