Joyce Chan is currently a consultant for Energy Experts International as Associate Director of Support Services. She has over 30 years of experience with Pacific Gas & Electric Company, and prior to her retirement in 2004 she was Senior Contract Administrator and Business Analyst. As a Supplier Diversity Consultant and Champion, she coached woman, minority and disabled veterans on how to do business with PG&E. She received the prestigious Trailblazer award, the highest corporate individual contributor while was a Land Planning Analyst, and the Mielke Award for her outstanding and extensive community service for the Chinese Historical Society of America.
Joyce is a community and cultural ambassador with over twenty years of experience leading community programs and projects, serving organizations including the Asian American Donor Program, City of Foster City, Cameron House, Asian Art Museum, Self Help for the Elderly, Asian Inc, KQED and YMCA. One of Joyce’s well-known contribution is she researched and bought awareness to the medical community, government, libraries, educational and historical institutions and other historical societies the experience and life of Holt A. Cheng, the first Chinese to pass the California, USA medical exam and be licensed to practice in 1904.
As part of the Asian Employees Association of PG&E Leadership team, Joyce provided guidance and a forum for employees to serve and support the employees, the Company and the community. As an alumni of the AEA leadership team, she represents AEA outside of the PG&E community. What started as a benchmarking project initiated by Joyce by contacting affinity groups of Wells Fargo, Intel, Chevron, Kaiser, City and County of San Francisco and HP began the formation of CAAEN. Along with Wells Fargo Gloria So and Lee Tzu Chun, Joyce is proud to be one of the three co-founders of CAAEN; served as first CAAEN co-chair; represented CAAEN at the OCA National APA Corporate Affinity Groups Summit; and now serving Advisor.