Paul Young



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Paul is the Chief Executive Officer of the Aon Risk Solutions (“ARS”) part of Aon Hong Kong Limited and is responsible for the overall management and development of ARS, including fostering of major client relationships, portfolio development, revenue and margin enhancement, and the maintenance of strategic partnerships with Hong Kong-based insurers.
He has more than twenty years of experience in the insurance broking sector, and has been based in the Asia-Pacific region for thirteen years, including nine years in Hong Kong.
Until his appointment as CEO, Paul was the Head of Energy & Mining and interim Head of Construction, Power & Infrastructure for Specialty Broking, within Aon Risk Solutions in the Asia-Pacific region, with responsibility for client service delivery, business development and team leadership for these specialty industry sectors across Aon in Asia
Prior to joining Aon, he was employed by Marsh in the UK and Hong Kong.

Rachel Lam

Managing Director


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Rachel Lam, Managing Director at MoneyHero.com.hk, draws on her extensive experience in traditional banking in Hong Kong to help consumers by working on innovative financial products and services. Before joining MoneyHero.com.hk, she was the #3 employee and a founding team member at Welab, the largest fintech startup in Hong Kong. Prior to her startup journey she gained more than 6 years experience working on consumer banking product development and marketing at retail banks including Citibank.

Kate Barker

Vice President, Global Diversity & Inclusion Leader



Elaine Chow

Principal, Director and Chairman, Development Sub-Committee

Trinity Capital;Island Evangelical Community Church

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Born and raised in Hong Kong, Elaine has based her career from managing a family business which consists of retail, education, philanthropy and infrastructure development where she was director of sales and planning during which she ran business partnerships and joint-ventures with other Hong Kong families.  
She began to embark on a banking career with Credit Suisse, Sun Hung Kai Financial, Nomura, and was previously Senior Vice President at BNP Paribas.
Her involvement in real estate began in 2012, where she was in the final round of pitching Waldorf Hotel to a listed Macau gaming company. Since then, she has been involved in originating, sourcing and transacting on real estate deals of up to USD1 billion in exposure.
Apart from work, she devotes her time to a NGO in South Africa fostering women’s leadership and entrepreneurship. She is also a mentor at Maryknoll Convent School, a public speaker at APAC PWM Summit, Female Entrepreneur Worldwide, Apple and Family Office conferences. She is educated at Harvard and is married with a son.

Linoy Kidd



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Linoy Kidd has been working at HSBC for 12 years first in London as a Murex analyst and then moved to HK 6 years ago and currently heads up: Global Head of Equities RTB  within Global Banking and Markets.  Her team spans multiple countries including London, Toronto, New York, China, India and HK.  She will be talking about how to use diversity to help create high achieving teams. 

Brian Henderson


Baker & McKenzie

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Brian is the Chief Operating Officer of the Hong Kong, Beijing, Shanghai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Seoul offices of Baker & McKenzie, responsible for developing and driving new strategic client initiatives as well as assisting with the overall management of  the offices.
Brian has over 20 years experience in the professional services sector including strategy, business and office management, marketing, corporate social responsibility and management consulting roles in London, Paris and Hong Kong / China. Brian's track record includes business plans and budgets, strategic and financial analysis, business unit restructurings and extensive global responsibilities. His skills include strategy development and aligning, coaching and motivating teams to deliver business objectives within non-hierarchical, matrix structures. Brian is a team player with strong bottom line focus.

Sally Ryder


Ryder Diamonds

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Sally moved to Hong Kong in 2005 where she initially worked for investment bank, Merrill Lynch. With a dream to start a diamond trading company, she spent her early years in Hong Kong visiting trade fares and making connections to diamond traders from all around the world.
Originally from Melbourne, Australia, Sally holds a double degree in Arts and International Trade from Monash, as well as a diploma in Japanese from Osaka University for Women. Sally is certified with the Gemmological Association of Australia and also studied design with the Asian Gemmological Institute and Laboratory in Hong Kong.
Sally started Ryder Diamonds out of her passion for the age old traditions for crafting diamond jewellery and introducing clients to a unique sales ceremony. She teaches her clients how to be a “smart buyer” and to appreciate the value of quality craftsmanship.
Her office on Queens Rd Central include an impressive showroom to host her clients and an onsite workshop where her artisan jewellers work side by side with the designers. Her team, 13 strong, are dedicate to providing an experience to the client that is exciting and memorable and a product that is a piece of art to be treasured for generations.

Adrian Warr

Managing Director



Fiona Nott


The Women’s Foundation


Steve Wilson

Talent Sustainability Director, Asia Pacific


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Steve leads the HR Solution Delivery Team for PepsiCo Asia Pacific Region covering 22 countries including Pakistan, Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Australia and New Zealand.  His team of 36 HR specialists cover Talent Management, C&B, Change & Organizational Design, Employee Labor Relations and Learning & Development.
He joined PepsiCo in Sydney in 2008, moved to Bangkok in 2011 and then to Hong Kong in 2014 as Asia Pacific Region Talent Sustainability Director.
Steven has been involved in Employee and Organizational Development for over 20 years in the United Kingdom, Australia and across many Asian countries.  He has studied at Harvard Business School and holds a Masters in Management and Post Graduate Diploma in Human Resources from Macquarie Graduate School of Management, Sydney.  

Lesleigh Groos

Organising Committee

Women in Sports Empowered Hong Kong (WISE HK)

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Lesleigh is a Senior Associate in the Financial Advisory team at Deloitte China, based in Hong Kong. Since moving to Hong Kong she has thrived on the opportunities her job has presented – from being seconded to a top tier bank to working on distressed cross border M&A transactions. She started her career with Deloitte Australia in Perth and was named one of 100 Women across Deloitte Australia selected to take part in their Aspiring Women 18 month leadership program. Lesleigh is passionate about the not for profit sector and corporate social responsibility. She established the Perth office's first Corporate Charity Partner, she volunteered and sat on the committee of Animal Companions Inc, a Western Australian not for profit which provides pet therapy to patients in hospitals and retirement villages and since moving to Hong Kong, has taken on a board position at WISE Hong Kong, a start-up not for profit which aims to promote the benefits of sport among girls and women. 

Aradhna Dayal

Founder and CEO

AccessAlts Asia


Fiona Stewart

Head of Claims



Louise Corbett

Head of Marketing Communications



Rachel Catanach

Managing Director


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Rachel is FleishmanHillard’s President and Senior Partner, Greater China and a member of the firm’s Cabinet leadership team. In addition to her senior management responsibilities, her market role includes people development, cultivating existing client relationships, and securing new business through cross-market collaboration. Rachel has advised senior clients across the government, financial, technology, luxury, hospitality and manufacturing sectors. She has particular expertise in global brand building, and corporate and financial communications, and has consulted on high-profile merger and acquisition activities, private equity deals, sensitive issues management, initial public offerings, and strategic events. A former chairperson of the Council of PR Firms of Hong Kong, Rachel is a sought-after presenter and commentator on relevant issues and industry trends. She has received many awards including an In2 Sabre Award from The Holmes Report for Persuasive Content (2014), and a Gold Standard Award from Public Affairs Asia for Professional Excellence (2014).  Under her leadership FleishmanHillard Hong Kong has won the PR Week Greater China Consultancy of the Year 2017, Marketing’s Agency of the Year 2017 and Public Affairs Asia’s In-country Consultancy of the Year 2015. She is an avid reader and accomplished violinist and plays in a local Hong Kong orchestra as often as she can.

Candy Liu

Vice-Chairlady; North Asia Sales Director

FACE club,Sevone Inc

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Candy Liu is North Asia Sales Director of SevOne, an end to end digital infrastructure vendor located in Boston. Candy is graduate from Bsc Information Technology of City
University of Hong Kong.
After graduation, Candy launched her career in many big multi-national technology enterprise. Starting in Telecom industry such as HGC, Verizon and BT, where she began
her specialization in ICT solutions. That eventually led to another 7 years Asia Pacific management role in big IT outsourcing and solution vendors such EMC and HP.

Frances Moffett-Kouadio

Trade Commissioner, British Consulate General, Hong Kong and Macau

Department for International Trade (DIT)

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Frances Moffett-Kouadio is the British Trade Commissioner to Hong Kong & Macao. She joined the Department for Trade & Industry (DTI, now the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy - BEIS) as a fast-streamer in 2001, following a successful teaching career. At DTI she led on an EU Directive, wrote the Departments first Equality Impact Assessment and worked on the Business Support Transformation programme, before joining UK Trade & Investment, (now the Department for International Trade), in 2004.  Frances has a range of experience in different markets, including Iraq, India, Pakistan, Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, South Africa and was Director of Trade & Investment at the British Embassy in Abu Dhabi for the five years prior to taking up the role of Trade Commissioner in Hong Kong.  

Natalie Ackerman

SVP Greater China

Jack Morton Worldwide

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Natalie is SVP, Greater China and Managing Director, Hong Kong and has been part of the Jack Morton team since 2003.  In that time she has worked with the Jack New York, Jack West Coast and Jack Hong Kong offices.  In 2014 Natalie returned to her home city of Hong Kong, bringing her years of international experience to lead a strong team who develop extraordinary ideas and solutions for clients in Hong Kong and across the region.
Natalie is a focused, solution-driven leader who knows what it takes to deliver for clients and has personally managed a wide spectrum of experiences, strategic campaigns and sponsorships in cities across the world.  She has a passion for travel and outdoor adventures with her husband and three children. 

Elizabeth L. Thomson

Honorary Chairwoman and Founder

The Women Entrepreneurs Network

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Elizabeth is a "lawyer by profession , an entrepreneur by choice " .She graduated ( LL.B.,B.C.L. ) from McGill and is admitted in Ontario, Canada, England and Wales , Hong Kong and Australia . She arrived in Hong Kong on vacation right after being called to the Bar in Canada .  She was in house legal counsel in the garment industry and a private bank before establishing ICS TRUST in 1980 to provide a professional one stop shop for businesses using Hong Kong as a Gateway to Doing Business internationally and later in the PRC as it opened to the world.
She sold ICS TRUST in 2012 after growing it from her dining room table to a million dollar operation with a staff of 60 . During that time she co-founded the first organization for Women Entrepreneurs The Women Business Owners Club which is now The Women Entreprneurs Network where she is the Honourary Chairwoman .
Elizabeth is a Governor of the Canadian Chamber, a past Governor of the American Chamber , a Director ( NED ) of Teach 4 HK .She was a founding director of The Women's Foundation.She sits on the Advisory Board of the McGill Faculty of Law as well as the McGill Asian Advisory Board . She chairs the board of her family foundation The Amber Foundation which supports education for ethnic minorities in Hong Kong through IBET and Unison . The foundation also works in India and Thunder Bay , Canada .

Jane Horan

Founder & CEO

The Horan Group


Janice Lao

Director – Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability

The Hong Kong and Shanghai Hotels Limited

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Janice Lao - the Director – Corporate Responsibility and Sustainability at Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels. With more than a decade experience on the nexus of sustainable and responsible business issues, she has worked for blue chip companies, local and national governments, NGOs and multinational conglomerates in the transport, energy, extractive, consumer and property sectors. Her expertise lies in embedding and integrating sustainability into the business, rather than just as a traditional add-on – her experience ranges from working on innovative sustainable financing and investment and advising board members and senior management. Her international work experience has taken her around the Asia-Pacific, North American and European regions. She graduated with an MSc on Environmental Change and Management from the University of Oxford and a diploma in business from the University of Oxford Said Business School. She has been awarded the 2014 FWN Global Most Influential Women of the Year – Emerging Leader; 2015 Global Sustainable Leadership Award and a fellow of the exclusive Pioneers for Change Fellowship Programme in the United Kingdom.

Andrea Fletcher

Managing Director, Global Head of Client Strategy for Equities and Prime Finance


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Andrea Fletcher is a Managing Director at Citi and is the Global Head of Client Strategy for Equities and Prime Finance. Andrea has been based in London, Sydney and Hong Kong and with her global role works extensively with the US, Europe and across Asia. She joined the Investment Banking industry in London in 1994 as a graduate and moved into European Equity Sales before re-locating to Sydney in an Equity Sales role in 1998. Andrea joined Citi in 1999 and worked on the Australian Equity Sales desk in Sydney from 1999 until 2007 before taking on the role to run the Australian Markets Client Management team. In 2010 she moved to the Asia region to head the Markets Client Management team for Pan Asia. In 2015 she was asked by the Global Head of Equities to lead a newly created Global Client Strategy team spearheading the Equities Sales strategy to help drive Citi’s global growth strategy in equities.
Throughout her career Andrea has been a keen supporter of diversity in the workplace and involved in mentoring and leadership programmes. Andrea was the co-chair of the Citi Women’s Network in Sydney in 2009 and a foundation member of “Females in the Finance Industry’ – fundraising in Sydney. Andrea helped to establish the Citi Women’s network in Hong Kong in 2014 where she was co-chair from 2014 – 2015 and remains a key supporter of that group.  Andrea received a BA in French and Business from the University of Loughborough and has two daughters aged 13 and 10 years.

Joanna Chin

Principal,Board Member & Company Secretary

M4W Group,International Coach Federation HK

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Joanna is the Founder, Principal and Executive Coach at M4W Group, an executive coaching and leadership consultancy. Since following her passion in 2012 and retraining as an executive coach, Joanna also joined the Board of Directors at International Coach Federation and became Senior Executive Coach at Turningpoint. Previously, Joanna worked primarily in mergers and acquisitions as a corporate lawyer. She worked for  law firm Simmons & Simmons before moving into in-house legal and consultancy roles; notably, she led the separation between AIG and AIA Group and the complex pre-IPO restructuring of the AIA Group during the financial crisis of 2008. 
Joanna finds purpose in bringing the human touch into the corporate world through coaching. Joanna is also an active voice for diversity and inclusion in the work-place. She spends a considerable amount of her time volunteering; she has advised non-profit organisations that aim to eliminate systemic poverty and human slavery. She has been a mentor with The Women’s Foundation and its “Lean-In” groups, and as a committee member of “Women on Board” of the French Chamber of Commerce, she co-leads the United Nations HeforShe movement in “Corporate Hong Kong” in collaboration with the Women’s Exchange (of the HKSE), proactively engaging local companies and their C-Suite executives in the dialogue. 
Joanna was named as a  2017 “Woman to Watch” by The Women’s Foundation.

Kathy Chen

Former Managing Director Greater China Region



Angie Wong

Executive Coach & Founder

Wong Global Leadership

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Drawing on more than 20 years of practical executive experience in the finance industry, Angie coaches and directs leadership programs internationally serving hundreds of senior business leaders in the US & Asia Pacific Region. Born and raised in Hong Kong, Angie began her career in the United States before returning to Hong Kong to dedicate herself to supporting women through integral coaching. 
Angie worked in banking for 20 years before becoming a coach. As a president of a regional banking organization in the United States, she had extensive experience in building organizational capability, leading start-ups, managing broad-scale change efforts, and leading geographically dispersed teams. Angie was named “Outstanding Female Banking Executive” by Independent Bankers Magazine in 2006.  She is a sought-after workshop leader who has developed and implemented coaching and women leadership programs benefiting women in the US and Asia.
Angie works with individual leaders and teams at all levels to support the integration of leadership and organizational effectiveness. Angie’s approach is focused on growing leaders to lead with purpose, to embrace their greatness and to bring out the greatness in others.  Angie, combining her integral approach with her solid finance and business expertise, provides a practical business perspective that helps leaders and teams achieve short-term goals, while developing long-term sustainable behavioral changes. 
Angie coaches leaders and direct leadership programs on topics around authentic leadership, executive presence, emotional management, influencing, career transition and development, leading and coaching diverse teams, culture integration and role transitions.
Angie’s particular focus is on growing the leadership capabilities of women in Asia and inspiring women to lead with authenticity. She has developed and led leadership programs for women in multinational corporations and facilitates internal coaching programs to support retention and engagement of top female talents. She volunteers her time to support with the World Academy for Future Women and The Women’s Foundation’s Mentoring Program. 

Piya Muqit

Executive Director

Justice Centre Hong Kong

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Piya has been working in the field of human rights, child rights, human trafficking and refugee rights for over 20 years as a legal-aid lawyer and policy expert. She has worked for NGOs, including Freedom from Torture, REDRESS and Refugee Legal Centre in the UK, the Capital Post Conviction Project of Louisiana in the USA and Ain o Salish Kendra in Bangladesh. She has also served on the Board and worked for the Citizenship Foundation and Grampian Racial Equality Council. Piya is a qualified barrister having trained at Doughty Street, Garden Court Chambers and the Faculty of Advocates in the UK and holds an undergraduate degree in law from the University of Aberdeen, a Master’s in Human Rights Law from the University of London and a Master’s in Child Studies from Kings College London. She has led on change management projects for several NGOs, and been involved in training and capacity building, research, strategic litigation cases, and law and policy reform throughout her career. Her most recent post before joining Justice Centre was Head of Policy and Advocacy at UNICEF UK.

Sarah Mathews

Head of Destination Marketing APAC,Chairperson

TripAdvisor;Pacific Asia Travel Association

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Sarah leads the Destination Marketing Sales team at TripAdvisor, for the Asia Pacific region. The Destination Marketing team’s key focus is to work with and support all tourism boards in Asia Pacific, as well as help local hospitality businesses better understand the impact of digital to their business. Under her leadership, the Asia Pacific team launched the first TripAdvisor’s Destination Academy, a three-day Digital Boot camp for government organizations and the CEO Challenge, a campaign that supports the discovery of lesser known destinations She started her TripAdvisor career in the London office, where she was responsible for the European, Asian and African markets. During that time, she worked closely with key clients like South Africa Tourism and Greek National Tourism Organization, sharing best practices with all relevant industry partners. Her work with South Africa Tourism on the first global strategic partnership was featured in the recent UNWTO E-Marketing Handbook.

Jenny Fung

Chief Compliance Officer

Greater China

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Jenny Fung joined ABN AMRO as Chief Compliance Officer in September 2012, managing the compliance functions in Greater China for all business lines including commercial banking, corporate & institutional banking, clearing and formerly private banking.
Jenny has over 20 years of experience in the financial and banking industry. Prior to joining the Bank, she worked in Goldman Sachs as Executive Director of Global Compliance since 2011. Before joining Goldman Sachs, she was Head of Compliance of Standard Bank for the Asia Pacific region between 2002 to 2011. During the employment, she covered not only compliance matters but also legal matters in the Asia Pacific region, as well as the company secretarial role of Hong Kong. Prior to that, she was employed by American Express Bank focusing on private banking compliance. Before she started her compliance profession, she was employed by Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu as auditors.
Jenny graduated with a Degree in Accountancy and subsequently achieved Degree in Laws, Master Degree in Finance and Master Degree in Business Administration. She is also qualified accountant recognised by The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants and Hong Kong Institute of Certified Public Accountants.

Anna-Marie Slot



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Anna-Marie has extensive experience acting for banks and other companies in a wide range of corporate finance and securities transactions, including high-yield debt offerings, green bonds, tender offers, debt buybacks, refinancings and securities transactions, such as Rule 144A and Regulation S debt and equity offerings, as well as mezzanine debt investments and senior credit facilities. 
She is recognised by Chambers, IFLR and Legal 500 for her excellence and was shortlisted in Best in Capital Markets by Euromoney Asia Women in Business Awards Asia in 2015 and 2016.
Anna-Marie has previously worked at leading firms in London and New York.
Anna-Marie is a Governor and Board Member of American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong.

Clarence Yang



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Clarence is Chief of Staff to BlackRock's Asia-Pacific Chairman and Head of the Strategic Partner Program. He is responsible for special projects, development and execution of enterprise solutions for clients, as well as major cross-functional initiatives.
Prior to this role, he was a member of the Asia-Pacific Strategy & Corporate Development team and before that he served as BlackRock's Head of Corporate Governance & Responsible Investment Asia ex-Japan. In this role, Clarence was responsible for integrating environmental, social and corporate governance (ESG) into investment and risk management processes for the regional equity investment team.

Jo Hayes

Director, Pipeline Initiatives

The Women’s Foundation


Irene Tsang


Metta Works

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Irene Tsang founded Metta Works in 2014 after twenty years of experience in the luxury retail industry. Authenticity and benevolence are two of Irene’s core beliefs, and through Metta Works Irene aims to realize her vision that these qualities could co-exist with influential leadership and commercial successes.
Since the founding of Metta Works, Irene has been engaging in projects with clients from different industries. These projects included design and delivery of workshops aimed to help luxury retail practitioners gain more effectiveness in selling and relationship-building, workshops for all level of staff to embrace organizational change, facilitation of leadership workshops in strategy-building as well as individual coaching for managers.

Michelle Lai

Founder and Creative Director


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Like many things in life, Michelle’s journey with MISCHA has been a serendipitous one and not without a spark of madness. Her interest in fashion started at a very young age. Born and raised in Toronto, Canada, Michelle was particularly close to her grandmother, a skillful seamstress who ensured the women of the household were always impeccably dressed. This attention to detail and hands on approach was to become the basis of Michelle's artistic endeavours.
After gaining a degree in Biomedical Sciences at Kings College London, Michelle began a career in education. However, it was not long before her passion for travel and creative pursuits lead her in a new direction. In 2004 Michelle debuted her maiden collection of hand-stitched vintage Japanese obi clutches. They quickly gained a cult following and MISCHA was launched in 2008. In search for a way to make her mark, Michelle created the first collection to feature the brand's signature hexagon print in 2010.
Michelle has featured in Forbes as “one of Asia’s handbag brands to have successfully gone global.” She has also been interviewed by Harper’s Bazaar, People Style Magazine and Cosmopolitan, among other notable magazines. Michelle has a long standing commitment to empowering women, expressed through her work with The Women’s Foundation and charities supporting girls' education. Michelle was invited to be a speaker at TEDx Youth Hong Kong in 2013 and was featured in Star World TV’s Inspiring Women special for International Women’s Day in 2014.

Farah Shahed


Interact Consulting

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Farah has over 20 years work experience from Aviation in the Middle East, IT and Services boom in India to Learning and Development in the .  She believes that as the world grows smaller a global mindset is imperative to grow and succeed in the workplace.   
Farah is the founder of Interact Consulting, a CPF (IAF) and an Executive Coach (ICF). She currently leads the IAF, Blr Chapter to promote the power of facilitation. She is passionate about helping leaders learn, grow and maximise their unrealized potential. 
Working with a wide variety of clients across geographies and numerous sectors, Farah is adept at developing talent. Her focus is to deliver results based interventions which move both individuals and organizations towards their goals.This blend of experience and passion for building future leaders has driven Farah to be active in facilitation, training and coaching to share her experience in helping people who want to grow.

Sue Toomey

Executive Director

HandsOn Hong Kong


Janine Manning


Roar Coaching

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Janine is an experienced executive coach and facilitator with a speciality in personal branding for individuals and corporate teams. She has over fifteen years of global business experience and seven years of coaching and facilitating corporate clients in Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom and throughout Asia.
As Director of Roar Coaching Janine delivers bespoke coaching and facilitation programs that enable strong and sustainable results in the area of self-actualisation, career strategy, and personal brand mastery. Janine is also an experienced panelist and moderator and has delivered presentations on personal branding to audiences in-person and through audio and video conferencing.
Janine is an Accredited Business Partner of Walking TALL International, a global personal brand program that aims to maximise the investment in the corporate personality through the enablement and engagement of an organisation’s people. This is third party facilitation program tailored by Janine for the Asia market.

Deirdre Lander

Director, Employee Insights and Talent, Hong Kong

Willis Towers Watson

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Deirdre has extensive Australian and Asian experience as a management consultant, corporate executive and academic helping organizations implement business strategy and improve performance through effective people management. Her passion for diversity and inclusion is founded on strong principles of equity and high performance talent management in the workplace. She is actively involved through executive coaching and mentoring programs, promotion of leadership programs, as well as membership of corporate diversity and inclusion interest groups in Hong Kong. Deirdre’s career has spanned diverse industries such as banking and financial services, consumer products, hospitality, transportation and education.
She is a Graduate Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors, a registered psychologist and Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management. 

Anne O’Riordan

Senior Managing Director – Global Life Services



Caroline Darcy

Group Head – Advertising, Sponsorship & Brand Activation, Asia Pacific



Karen Eng

Regional Director of Sales



Diana The

Chief Counsel, Asia-Pacific, Middle East and Africa

Aon Hewitt


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