CALVIN CHI TOA LEE, AM ’07, regional studies–East Asia, is the founder and managing director of Cyprian Capital, a multistrategy family office headquartered in Hong Kong. Prior to starting his firm in 2012, Calvin was associate director of Global Capital Markets at UBS Investment Bank, following a stint at Equity Capital Markets and Equity-linked Solutions at Nomura/Lehman Brothers. From 2016-2020, Calvin served as president of the Harvard Club of Hong Kong, steering the club in three key areas: access to academic, professional, and social opportunities; connection back to Harvard; and engagement in community services. The club received the Outstanding Alumni Community Award from Harvard Alumni Association in 2020 for its future-focused approach extending from leadership practices to mentorship efforts, as well as its contribution to building unity across the five Harvard clubs in greater China. Calvin was co-chair of the Harvard Prize Book program in Hong Kong from 2015–2020, recognizing over four thousand local students for their academic and personal achievements. In 2016, Calvin established a section 88 charitable organization in Hong Kong, providing mentorship opportunities and annual scholarships for underprivileged teenagers to enroll in the seven-week secondary school program at Harvard University. The scholarship presents an opportunity to change the lives of Hong Kong teenagers who are talented but may not otherwise have considered studying abroad or Harvard within their reach. Calvin received his undergraduate degree cum laude in economics from Northwestern University and AM from Harvard University. His thesis Minority Matters – Engineering Civil Institutions and Economic Modernization in China’s Stock Markets received Honorable Mention in the 2007 Joseph Fletcher Memorial Awards for excellence in master’s thesis. Calvin currently serves as executive director of the Harvard Club of Hong Kong Education Fund, director of Northwestern University Alumni Admission Council, and honorary consultant to Our Hong Kong Foundation’s Business for Social Good initiative.