How would you introduce/define yourself?
I am a committed capital markets advocate, an engaged and loving mother, a passionate but mediocre trail runner, an ever-enthusiastic friend, and a wanderlust traveller.
When did you join WiFA and what is your current role?
When I first came to Hong Kong over seven years ago, I very much enjoyed attending the WiFA events to mingle with like-minded (and different-minded!) individuals during fascinating events over a glass of wine. Fast-forward a few years, I am now honoured to be the Co-Chair of the Education Committee.
What are your key goals for the Education Committee in 2020?
The goal of the Education Committee is to help equip our members with the soft and hard skills they need to advance their career and to support them in their professional development journey.
Tell us one thing that is important for #CreatingTheWorkforceOfTheFuture
Resilience and adaptability, both from the employer as well as the employee perspective, to stay ahead of the never-ending changes that are coming our way.
What advice would you give to women who want to lead?
Be authentic, be enthusiastic, work hard, listen, learn, get back up, and have fun.
Tell us one unexpected/ fun fact about you.
Late at night or early in the morning you can find me running the stunning HK trails.