Raised in Germany, Maik left his professional career in a private bank to use his experience to support young people in their life journey. Educated in Germany (Banking), the United Kingdom (International Business) and the USA (Theology), Maik moved to Hong Kong in 2006 to serve students in Asia as staff in different non-profit organizations before joining EA. Hong Kong is also the place where he met his wife Katie who also works with EA. He is passionate to see people discover their gifts and unfold their talents, and live life to all its fullness.
Henry MuiDirector of Mentoring Services
Born and raised by immigrant parents in the USA, Henry has spent a lifetime of building and crossing bridges. After studying Economics and Criminology, Henry embarked on a career in International Banking and Information Technology in New York City and London. From the corporate world to non-profit organisations and start-ups, Henry has worked with churches and other NGOs to develop and empower young people to lead full lives that are worthy of the gift of life and to leave a positive impact on society. Whether its transcending barriers of culture, language or generations, Henry attributes his success to mentors who invested in him at various stages of life. Seeing the power of mentorship both firsthand and in many others, Henry is passionate about leading and empowering others to take part in this life-giving endeavour.
Katie FriedrichSenior Service Advisor
Katie is a native of Montgomery, Alabama USA and lived there until 2009 when she came to Hong Kong. She spent every summer in Hong Kong since 2007 coordinating English camps for teens and leading North American University students to love the city and the people in it. She has served University students for the past seven years, the last four of those in Hong Kong. She studied Nursing at Auburn University and took Counseling courses because she is passionate about helping people overcome obstacles in their lives so they can come to know their purpose and calling… and that their lives are necessary.