When asked, how would you introduce/ define yourself?
Someone who is positive and passionate, always advocating
for people to lift each other up, and a supporter of inclusive conversations in
order to bridge cultural/gender/generational gaps.
When did you join WiFA? What is your current role at WiFA?
I am currently the co-chair of Networking Committee, but
first joined WIFA 2 years ago as a volunteer to help organise events. In
addition, my organization is a sponsor and partner of WiFA via the Bloomberg
Women’s Community in Hong Kong.
Which committee will you be leading in 2020? What are your key goals?
I am co-chairing the WiFA Networking Committee. Our key
goals are to ensure “networking” is “networking with a
purpose”, and to create a strong network where members and sponsors can
make meaningful connections through events with trending topics (e.g. Mental
wellness) or skills-based sessions (e.g. Strategic Networking, Negotiation).
Tell us one thing that is important for #CreatingTheWorkforceOfTheFuture
To equip the workforce of the future with the right skills, it begins with the ability to adapt and maintain resilience. This theme can’t come at a better time as we have kick-off 2020 with these new challenges globally.
What advice would you give to women who want to lead?
Be confident in your abilities but also know when is the
right time to ask for help. Leading is knowing how to tap into everyone’s
strengths. Everyone has something to offer, so understand your own capabilities
and those of others.
Tell us one unexpected/ fun fact about you.
I am a twin, and yes, it’s the absolute best growing up with a best friend/supporter throughout your life!