Posted by John Wojcicki
Introducing New Member, John Phoa (note: Phoa is pronounced "Pwa").  John holds the Classification: Real Estate – Commercial

John Phoa was born and raised in Edmonton and now lives on an acreage in Sherwood Park. In February of 2020, he became licensed as a real estate agent and deals in residential and commercial transactions, under the guidance of two experienced brokers at his firm, The E Group Real Estate. Since 2007, John gained a lot of experience as an owner and manager of a small apartment building in Edmonton. He also believes in giving back and has worked and volunteered for not-for-profit organizations such as Habitat for Humanity, World Vision Canada, and Edmonton Meals on Wheels.
In April of 2020, John graduated from Athabasca University with a Masters in Business Administration (with Distinction) and continues to pursue his passion for business and life-long learning. He also completed a B.COM from MacEwan University in 2015, and a B.A. from Concordia University of Edmonton in 2011.
Outside of work and school, John spends time with his lovely girl-friend, his wise and very patient uncle, and his friends (including some from his elementary school). John also enjoys practicing kung-fu and staying abreast with current events. He says he is joining Rotary in the hopes of making more life-long friendships and to continue pursuing his affection for philanthropy. And by the way, John’s Grandfather was a Rotarian, so it’s in his blood!
In April of 2020, John graduated from Athabasca University with a Masters in Business Administration (with Distinction) and continues to pursue his passion for business and life-long learning. He also completed a B.COM from MacEwan University in 2015, and a B.A. from the Concordia University of Edmonton in 2011.
Outside of work and school, John spends time with his lovely girl-friend, his wise and very patient uncle, and his friends (including some from his elementary school). John also enjoys practicing kung-fu and staying abreast with current events. He says he is joining Rotary in the hopes of making more life-long friendships and to continue pursuing his affection for philanthropy. And by the way, John’s Grandfather was a Rotarian, so it’s in his blood!