Our Team

Teresa Domingo

Teresa Domingo is the President and CEO of the Kristian Domingo Foundation.  

Prior to this role, Teresa held a number of senior leadership positions.  She worked at HSBC for 27 years and eventually retired from her role as a Senior Manager of Human Resources. Shortly after, she volunteered her time and skills with Kids Help Phone which led her to the position of Manager, Community Fundraising and Volunteer Engagement.  Teresa left Kids Help Phone after a couple of years to volunteer at Saint Mark and Corpus Christi College, and eventually accepted a role as an Executive Assistant and HR consultant.  She resigned from this position shortly after Kristian’s passing to devote her time to the Foundation. She is currently also a member of the family advisory committee with Canuck Place.

Throughout her career, Teresa has volunteered her time, knowledge and expertise to various organizations by serving on their Boards and committees.  She has served as the HR advisor on the board of Vancouver College for 15 years and, more recently, has volunteered at the BC Cancer Foundation.

Having been a significant part of Kristian’s cancer journey and as an advocate for young adults, Teresa is a currently bringing her experience to the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer as a Patient/Family Advisor Member of the Adolescent Young Adult (AYA) National Network.

Other Members of the Team

The Kristian Domingo Foundation is led by Teresa Domingo with support from her fellow Directors: Emmanuel Domingo, Mary Haefling and Melita Stephanian. For any questions or further information regarding the Foundation, please refer to the information below.

Other members of the Domingo family and close friends are providing their support and assistance to the operation of the Foundation including the development of the Foundation’s website. Our deepest gratitude and heartfelt thanks to everyone who assisted us with generous contributions of their time and energy in the production of this website, particularly the following individuals: Sasha Stephanian, Kathleen Domingo, Bailey Dagg, Theodore Khouri, Kevin Lim, and Kristina Lal.