Sindy is currently working as Community Impact Manager for Greater China at a multinational investment bank, overlooking employee engagement programs and grants making in Hong Kong, Taiwan and China.
Since 2010, she has been actively involved in youth engagement and gender issues. Apart from being the co-chair of board of director to Hong Kong Momtrepreneurs, she is also serving as at the Investigation Panel A of the Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants (HKICPA), advisor to Hong Kong Association of Business and Professional Women, member of the Standing Committee of HKUST Convocation, member of programme and fund-raising committee of the Dragon Foundation which connects ethnic Chinese from all over the world, advisor to DragoNation, alumni association of the Dragon Foundation.
Graduated from University of Adelaide with a degree in Bachelor of Commerce, Migi has been working with Abus Hong Kong Limited since 1996. She began her career as management trainee to now being the member of the board overseeing the operations of all the company’s businesses in Greater China.
In her leisure time, Migi enjoys volunteering with young people and has been an active member and advisor to JCI Sha Tin for decades. She is also in the leadership role as co-chair of Hong Kong Momtrepreneurs.
Migi is a mother of two teenage daughters and lives with her loving husband in Hong Kong.
Ingrid is a Registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner. She has a very concrete foundation and is well-versed in health wellness and sickness prevention. Mentored and enlightened by various distinguished professors, she has been instilled with a strong passion in Chinese Medicine. She developed a unique insight after many years of clinical practice to mainly focus on internal medicine and oncology. Being a dedicated mother of three children, she is also knowledgeable in pediatrics and particularly raising kids in the most healthy manner.
Various corporations have invited Doctor Chan to host Wellness Seminars, and she has also shared her knowledge and wellness concepts on TV, radio, newspapers and social media.
A seasoned PR, marketing specialist, and college lecturer for over 12 years, Carol is now a social entrepreneur with her training company, iNNOVGoals, to provide ESG workshops and sustainability education programs to corporates and schools to advocate the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. She was appointed as UN Affairs Commissioner for Asia & the Pacific by Junior Chamber International (JCI). She visited the United Nations New York Headquarters as a delegate for Youth Partnership Summit to mobilize the SDGs movement. Carol is the first Certified 2030 SDGs Game Facilitator and a GRI Certified Sustainability Professional in sustainability reporting.
Lena brings with her a combined experience in finance and social impact. Graduated from Simon Fraser University, Canada with her BBA in Finance and Marketing, she started her career as a financial analyst in Hong Kong. Following that she served in number of asset management firms specialising in serving HNWI and institutional clients then she further herself by obtaining the qualification as a CFA charterholder.
With the arrival of her first child, Lena decided to invest the first few years focusing in the family and eventually landed herself into the social innovation space by founding Hong Kong Momtrepreneurs, a non profit organisation empowers mothers to continue having their venture. Alongside her consultancy business, she is also leading the pre career initiatives for 100 Women in Finance in Hong Kong.
Passionate about UNSDGs and Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Lena serves as advisor to various social innovation competitions and programs with organisations such as JCI, Good Seeds and AIESEC.
A mother of two girls, Lena is passionate to build a more empathic world with more gratitude for our next generation. In her leisure time, she enjoys having a sip of coffee or wine with friends and eager to learn.