HISTORY OF OUR FOUNDER
The Kay Family Foundation was founded in 2005 by Steeve Kay, the patriarch of the Kay Family. Mr. Kay was raised in the city of Quanzhou located in Southeast China, grew up in Myanmar in Southeast Asia, and established himself in America in 1971. He earned a BE (Bachelor’s of Engineering) degree from Rangoon Institute of Technology (RIT). In addition, he earned an MSEE degree from Stanford University and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University, both in the United States.
Steeve Kay is an inventor, entrepreneur, self-styled “theologist,” and a philanthropist. In the 1970’s he designed and invented the world’s first set of MOSFET power transistors while working as an engineer for three high-tech semiconductor companies in the Silicon Valley, San Francisco Bay Area. In 1981, he co-founded QTC Management, Inc. and led the company to become America’s largest provider of technology-based “Disability Evidence Services,” serving America’s $800 billion per year disability-benefits market. Before being sold in 2005, QTC Inc. was awarded eight U.S. patents in the “Disability Evidence Development” field.