Heather Ngyuen ‘11
Heather is a proud SJS Alumni from the Class of 2011. She absolutely loved her education at SJS and she attributes her passion for giving back to the education community to every single SJS educator that cared for her and helped mould her into the mother and woman she is today.
Heather aspires to spread financial education by helping families understand how to properly plan for their financial future and how to protect themselves from financial burdens. She has been helping families since 2015 as a Marketing Director and has taught in preschools and prep schools since 2016 having obtained her Montessori Early Childhood Education Degree.
Dylan Wong ‘22
Dylan graduated from SJS in 2022. He currently studies co-op management and marketing at the University of Toronto. He has worked in Marketing for AssistList and Viacore to date, with a focus on SEO and social media as well as graphic design and supporting the launch of website rebranding.
At SJS, Dylan enjoyed playing on the volleyball teams and participating in jazz and honors band and he hopes to contribute to the SJS alumni community by sharing his experiences at SJS and his passion for marketing!
Natasha Kwa ’21
Natasha is currently studying Commerce at UBC Sauder School of Business, specializing in Finance. She is passionate about mathematics and is considering complementing her studies by advancing her knowledge in the STEM disciplines to open doors for a career in quantitative finance.
Natasha’s most treasured memory of SJS is the consistently welcoming, nurturing atmosphere every member of the school community fosters for one another.
Want to add an alumni voice to the Soar newsletter or alumni-focused social media platforms?
We’re looking for several alumni volunteers who will help source and interview fellow SJS alumni for content on all alumni communication channels. This is the perfect position for an outgoing person who likes to connect with new people and is looking to develop their writing or marketing skills in the process.
Want to relive an exciting SJS event or gain experience in event planning?
There are several events we host that require an extra set of hands. Whether you want to be involved in the planning of a large event or attend for a couple hours to help out, there are plenty of volunteer opportunities available for alumni.
We are looking for an innovative and creative individual looking to enhance our alumni experience and engage our alumni network!
This role involves planning three to four events per year, while giving the opportunity for the individual to test their leadership, team work, and delegation skills.
Leadership Volunteer Position – Alumni Association Executive
The Alumni Association Executive (AAE) is a group of former SJS students who volunteer their time to keep the alumni community informed, engaged and connected to the St. John’s School community. They plan events, run the alumni social media accounts, create content for the SOAR alumni e-newsletter and support the school’s alumni relations programme. If you’re interested in gaining valuable skills and are passionate about strengthening our SJS alumni community, we encourage you to apply for this two-year volunteer leadership commitment.
We are looking to find an alumni that is enthusiastic and detail oriented!
As secretary your role is to help capture meeting summaries and key action items. In addition, being a liaison in preparing, and hosting meetings. Part of the role involves effective communication with other executive members in regards to the progress of action items.
Looking to develop or hone your presentation and speaking skills? Alumni speakers are encouraged to share their SJS experiences with other members of the St. John’s community at several events throughout the year.
University City Hosts
Do you remember what it was like to start university in a new city and not know many people?
We’re looking for current university students around the world who can volunteer to be the point person for our newest graduates when they start school in September. You would take on the role of being a friendly face to help answer questions, give tips on navigating the city or campus and recommend the best sights and restaurants.