Wen-pin Su of Tainan, Taiwan, was elected to a three-year term as a trustee of Kiwanis International in March 2010 at the Kiwanis Asia-Pacific Convention.

Wen-pin has belonged to the Kiwanis Club of Tainan 17 years and served as its president in 1997-98, and chairman of its Caring for Mentally Impaired Children and Hixson committees. He was governor of the Taiwan District in 2006-07 and served as the district’s policy advisor. He’s also served as president of the Taiwan Kiwanis Children Foundation and the Past President’s Fellowship Association.

In the Taiwan District, Wen-pin has garnered awards for being an outstanding member, club president, lieutenant governor, distinguished district governor and for providing special services and contributions. He is a life member and a Diamond-level George F. Hixson Fellow of the Kiwanis International Foundation and a Diamond-level Walter Zeller Fellow.

As a doctor of obstetrics and gynecology, Wen-pin has delivered more than 30,000 babies. He’s served three terms on the board of directors of Taiwan’s Obstetrics and Gynecology Association and has served on the boards of the Tainan Doctor’s Association, the Tainan City Coalition of Women and Children and the Chairman of Sheng Kung Girls school Parent-Teacher Association. He’s also served as director of Kaohsiung Medical University Alumni Association.

Wen-pin and his wife, Hui-Chen Yang, have one son and daughter.