Steeve Kay is an inventor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist.
In 1976, he designed and invented the world’s first set of MOSFET power transistors, which is an active component in all electrical power switching and control systems.
In 1981, he co-founded QTC Management, Inc. Having led the company to become America’s largest provider of Disability Evidence Service company, serving America’s $800 billion disability benefit market, and resulting in QTC being granted 8 patents awards in Disability Evidence Development, he sold QTC Management in 2005.
Subsequently, Mr. Kay founded Kay Family Foundation, a philanthropic foundation. From 2006 to 2014, the foundation has donated over 20 million dollars to support four pillars of Human Institutions: Faith, Education, Medicine, and the Arts (FEMA).
Academically, he earned an MSEE degree from Stanford University and an MBA degree from Pepperdine University. Mr. Kay is also appointed as a Guest Professor of Xiamen University in China, and Yangon Technological University in Myanmar.
Mr. Kay is a Trustee of University of California, Irvine, and a Member of President’s Cabinet at Chapman University, Orange County. He is also the founder and Executive Director of Kay School of Wisdom (KSOW).
Socially, he was awarded and named “Entrepreneur of the Year” by Ernst & Young of Orange County in 2003. He was honored with the “Faithfulness & Excellence Award” by Concordia University in Irvine, California.
Mr. Kay is married to Helen Kay, with three adult children and two grandchildren. They all live in Southern California, USA.