Wayne Chan


Bachelor of Comerce (Hons.) • University of Ontario Institute of Technology


Wayne graduated from Seneca College with a Diploma in Aviation Operations and an Advanced Diploma in Aviation Safety. After graduating from College, he when on to completing his Honors Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Ontario Institute of Technology (UOIT). During his time at UOIT he was designated to lead a team in the 2018 Supply Chain Management Association Student Case Competition.

His greatest accomplishment was when he was awarded the Sovereign's Medal for Volunteers by the Governor General of Canada in 2015, for his significant, sustained and unpaid contributions to their community in Canada.

He has been in Cadets for six years. He has been a cadet at 778 Banshee RCACS for three years, and after 778 split he finished his cadet career as the first Warrant Officer First Class of 8 Globemaster RCACS. Cadets have allowed him to experience and explore opportunities that he has never thought of doing on his own. When he graduated, the cadet program, he felt that this program has done so much for him and wanted to give back to the program this is why after he has aged out, he enrolled back to 8 RCACS as a Civilian Instructor. After a year as a Civilian Instructor, he enrolled in the Canadian Armed Forces as an officer part of the Cadet Instructor Cadre. At nineteen, he was appointed to be the Administration Officer where he was in charge of developing policies, procedures, training and development of staff members for the organization. As of November 2018 he was appointed be Area Unit Public Affairs Representative for Central Ontario Area and he is also serving as the Unit Public Affairs Representative for his Squadron.

His career interests include topics in global sustainability relating to leadership, climate change, environmental protection, change management, operations and supply chain management. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with friends and family, mountain biking and developing new ways and approaches to existing processes and procedures.