Philip Cha

Phil was a part of VUSAC at Victoria College, the Hart House, House committee, and was a part of CASAS. He also helped run the UofT Habitat for Humanity Group and the Scarlet and Gold Martial Arts Club. For his service he was a proud recipient of the Gordon Cressy award. He did a lot of random activities but really took advantage of the enabling community at UofT. After graduation his friend's parents, who created Degrassi High, gifted him some airplane tickets around the world for a year. He then travelled for about 10 years and did a Tedx talk on his experiences at Waterloo University. He continued to work random jobs until he ended up opening Riddle Room, a game cafe and escape room, at Yonge and Wellesley. This led to other opportunities. He now also owns a board game company, co-owns an archery tag business, and is an executive producer for an upcoming documentary: Barista 2. He doesn't have a lot of answers and he's far from rich, but he has a lot of experiences if you'd like to learn from them.