Martina Mok
Martina MokHead of Programmes and Partnerships, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong
As SVIHK Head of Programmes & Partnerships, Martina manages member services and builds tri-sector partnerships to promote the adoption of Shared Value. She brings wide-ranging expertise in communications, campaign management, Shared Value, corporate social responsibility and social innovation. Martina’s experience includes award-winning PR campaigns in Asia Pacific and the U.S., as well as specialised knowledge in the areas of sustainable development and cross-sector collaborations. Martina is passionate about achieving sustainable development through a business-led, cross-sector approach. She is a global citizen who can most likely be found at the next social innovation conference or sustainability talk in town.


Stan Tang
Stan TangChairman, Stan Group
Mr. Stan Tang, Chairman of Stan Group, has over 15 years of solid experience in property investment, asset management and business operations. As an active transformational entrepreneur, Mr Tang has led the transformation of the Group from property-focused model into a leading conglomerate with more than 40 respected brands across five business pillars: Property, Hospitality, Communication Services, Financial Services and The STILE, innovative businesses with social purposes. Committed to sustainable business development and social investment, the Group also embraces the mission of creating shared value (CSV) for all stakeholders.


Arnold Chan
Arnold ChanFounder & CEO, Teach For Hong Kong
Arnold Chan is the Founder and CEO of Teach For Hong Kong. Since the start of the nonprofit in 2015, Arnold has recruited 110 graduates as teaching fellows to teach in Hong Kong’s underprivileged schools, serving over 10,000 students. Previously, Arnold has served 3 years as Institutional Sales in Goldman Sachs. Arnold graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong with a BBA in Global Business Studies and Harvard Business School with an MBA. With his achievements founding Teach For Hong Kong, Arnold is awarded with the Asia 21 2016 Class of Young Leaders by Asia Society and selected as Forbes 30 Under 30 in 2019.


Gordon Watson
Gordon WatsonCEO, AXA Asia
Gordon Watson is the founding Chair, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong and a Director of Shared Value Project (Australasia). He is the recently appointed Chief Executive Officer Asia (including Japan) and a member of the Management Committee of AXA Group. Gordon has a MBA and is both a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute and the Society of Marketing. Prior to joining AXA, he was with AIG/AIA for over thirty years most recently as Regional Chief Executive responsible for AIA Group’s operations in Hong Kong & Macau, Australia, the Philippines, Vietnam and New Zealand as well as the Group’s Corporate Solutions, Healthcare, Partnership and AIA Vitality businesses.

{2} REVERSE INTERVIEWS  💥  9:45 am          


Michelle Chan
Michelle ChanBusiness Development Manager, Enactus Hong Kong
Michelle Chan is a social sciences student at the University of Hong Kong who is passionate towards promoting social innovation and driving shared value initiatives. She is now an intern at G for Good tasked with exploring incubation opportunities for start-up companies with CSV business models and delivering CSV projects. She is concurrently the Business Development Manager at Enactus Hong Kong, expanding the Enactus Hong Kong network into more local tertiary institutions and reconnecting alumni from previous years. She has also previously interned at the corporate social responsibility department of KPMG and Agent of Change, a local social enterprise.


Ravinder Chhabra
Ravinder ChhabraManaging Director, Financial Services Hong Kong Lead, Accenture
Ravi leads Accenture’s Financial Services business in Hong Kong. He joined Accenture London in 1995 and has spent his career helping transform some of Accenture’s biggest financial services clients in Banking, Insurance and Capital Markets. In September 2012, Ravi transferred to Greater China. Having lived and worked across the world, Ravi has chosen to live in Hong Kong as he truly believes that it one of the most incredible cities on the planet. Ravi lives with his wife and baby girl. In addition to spending time with his family, Ravi loves good food, travelling, hiking and rugby.

{3} TRI-SECTOR PANEL  💥  10:30 am   


Jo Hayes
Jo HayesCEO, Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong
Jo Hayes is CEO of Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong, an International NGO with a vision of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Jo brings over twenty years of professional experience to the role. Jo’s career spans a range of industries from education and media production with the British Council and BBC Worldwide, to the NGO sector with The Women’s Foundation (TWF), a Hong Kong based NGO. Born in the UK, Jo has lived and worked in Indonesia, China and France and along with her two teenage children and husband, has called Hong Kong home since 2013.


Ka Kui Tse
Ka Kui Tse Co-founder, B Lab HK & Macau
Dr K K Tse is the Founding Chair of Hong Kong Social Entrepreneurship Forum and the Founding Chair & Chief Education Officer of Education for Good CIC Ltd. He has held senior executive positions in the Shui On Group before setting up his own management consulting company, K K Tse & Associates in 1992. He retired early from 2000 onwards and has been active in promoting social entrepreneurship in Hong Kong. Since 2010, Dr Tse became a member of the Government-appointed Social Enterprise Advisory Committee. Dr Tse is also the Editor for several books on social entrepreneurship and has been the Founding Editor of the biweekly Social Entrepreneurs Newsletter.


Jane Lee
Jane LeeChairperson, Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund Task Force
Dr. Jane Lee is Director of the Hong Kong Sheng Kung Hui (Anglican) Welfare Council and Chairperson of Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund Task Force. In NGO governing bodies, she is Executive Committee Member of St James Settlement, Vice-chairman of Management Committee of HKSKH Lady MacLehose Centre. In education sector, she serves as Supervisor of SKH Lui Ming Choi Secondary School, School Manager of The True Light Middle School of Hong Kong, Vice-chair of School Council of Macau Anglican College, Vice-chair of School Council of Sheng Kung Hui Choi Kou School (Macau), Council Member of St. John’s College, University of Hong Kong.


Peter Herbert
Peter HerbertRegional Chief Operating Officer ASP RBWM, HSBC
Peter Herbert is the Regional COO, RBWM ASP, reporting to Regional Head of RBWM ASP. Peter leads the COO Office to build on our Streamlining capability, drive Global Standards in the region and lead business transformation initiatives. Prior to that, Peter was the Chief Risk and Administration Officer, Group RBWM where he has been instrumental in the creation and implementation of a Group standard risk framework and delivery of the Retail Banking Sales Quality function across 34 markets. Peter has been with HSBC for over 17 years, where he has had various international assignments in New Zealand, Australia, Armenia, Hong Kong and most recently, the UK.

{4} IMPACT AUCTION  💥  11:15 am   


Helen Lo
Helen LoCo-Founder & Executive Director, Oh My Kids
After graduating from Hong Kong Baptist University majoring in English Language and Literature, Helen has been an English Drama Educator in various schools in Hong Kong. Helen spent a few years working in the world of fashion in London and co-founded Ohmykids in 2012. Ohmykids focuses on making an impact for kids creatively and aesthetically by doing online and offline activation and empowering kids and families in Hong Kong. Ohmykids has influenced more than 100 corporates like West Kowloon Cultural District, Harbour City, Cityplaza, Kiehl’s, and the Sino Group to join the movement in empowering kids.



Harmony Ilunga
Harmony IlungaFounder & CEO, Harmony HK
Harmony “Anne-Marie” Ilunga is from the Democratic Republic of Congo and moved to Hong Kong in 2011 as a refugee. Facing discrimination as a model of color, she found Harmony HK with the
quintessential belief to spotlight local ethnic minority talents and challenge the lack of diversity in Hong Kong. Harmony currently studies a bachelor degree in Psychology, works as a freelance model and is the co-founder of Learning Together, an organization that runs an educational program for asylum seekers and refugees in Hong Kong aged 15 to 25. On February of 2019, She was awarded by The Loop Hong Kong the best of 30 under 30.


Tania Wu
Tania WuFounding Engineer, Immiwatch
Tania’s passion lies in women’s health. She has spent significant amount of time across Taipei, Hong Kong and San Francisco writing code, building communities, connecting people and starting companies. She was an early employee of Entrepreneur First Hong Kong and she also finished the EFHK2 cohort. Her professional training is in computer science from HKUST but has always been actively engaged in entrepreneurship. She was recently selected as Google APAC 2019 Women Techmakers Scholar, and is currently the founding engineer at immi watch (immiwatch.com) building the first stand-alone period tracking watch for girls in developing countries.


Tim Parker
Tim ParkerFounder & CEO, Circular City
Tim Parker is Founder & CEO of Circular City, a Hong Kong based social enterprise & Tech startup looking to re-imagine Hong Kong as a Circular Economy. Having spent time in Engineering & Education sectors in both UK & Hong Kong, most recently as Head of Product Design & Engineering at ESF Island School, he specialises in Design Thinking, Circular Economy and Robotic Systems. His frustration with Asia’s plastic pollution problem has turned to passion to find solutions for recovering the value in waste and educate the public that circular economy is the way forward. His first project is Recycling Rewards app platform to incentivise recycling, increasing resource recovery rates in Hong Kong.


Divya Samtani
Divya SamtaniCo-Founder & CEO, Savvy Sapiens
Divya Samtani is the CEO and co-founder of Savvy Sapiens, a holistic platform designed to help high school students own and expand their vision of themselves. Having spent the last few years immersed in the innovation and entrepreneurship space, Divya believes that the key to success in the 21st Century is resilience, and that empowering students with self-awareness and self-leadership is one way to achieve that. She uses her background and expertise in marketing, branding and communications to enable students to own their stories and design their lives in a way that is aligned and authentic to them.


Terence Hon
Terence HonCo-founder, Green Price


5A. Case Sharing
💥 1:00 pm – 2:00pm



Vince Siu
Vince SiuFounder & CEO, Epiphany; Vice-Curator, Global Shapers Hong Kong Hub
Vince is Founder and CEO at Epiphany & Labs, a boutique innovation consultancy, where he designs and delivers structured innovation programs focusing on organizational and systems-level change, and through its social impact arm Epiphany Labs brings concepts like design thinking and systems thinking to education, urban innovation and environmental sustainability. He is also Co-founder and Managing Partner at Press Start Hong Kong, a games consultancy with a mission to change the world through play. Outside of work, Vince serves as Vice Curator of the Hong Kong hub of the World Economic Forum Global Shapers Community and co-leads its sustainability platform, SUSTAINHK.

5A. Case Sharing
💥 1:00 pm – 2:00pm



Ronna Chao
Ronna ChaoChair, Novetex Textiles
Ronna Chao is the chair of Novetex Textiles Limited, a textile industry market leader with operations across Asia. At the helm of the business since 2010, she has spearheaded initiatives that challenge and improve industry standards and practices. In 2019, Ronna received the Leader in Innovation Award at the Global Wellness Summit for driving the creation of The Billie System, a new and innovative upcycling process that endeavours to lessen environmental impact and support a circular economy.

5A. Case Sharing 


Lehui Liang
Lehui LiangHead of Purpose Capital, Social Ventures Hong Kong
Lehui Liang is the Head of Purpose Capital at Social Ventures Hong Kong (SVhk), an Impact Purpose Organisation dedicated to innovating social change for Hong Kong’s urban social issues. The Purpose Capital team designs new platforms to synthesise capital – ranging from funds and real assets to networks and knowledge – from partners across all sectors and enables these resources to have a social impact in enriching Hong Kong’s communities. Lehui is highly involved in SVhk’s ideation work to create new visions for Hong Kong’s society and communities. She also oversees SVhk’s portfolio social projects. Lehui graduated from Wellesley College and worked in investment banking prior to joining SVhk.

5A. Case Sharing 


Garrick Lau
Garrick LauCo-Founder and CEO, G For Good; Assistant General Manager, Shared Value, New World Development
Being a Gen-Y and a father of two children, Garrick aspires to bring happiness and fulfilment to the future generations. He believes it is fundamental for every individual and every business to do good and create shared values for the community. Garrick’s experience covers social innovation, intrapreneurship, hospitality and real estate asset management, youth development, talent acquisition and employer branding. Garrick currently manages assets valued over HK$2bn, alongside with charitable foundations supporting youth development and incubation programs supporting social innovators, all aiming to demonstrate and advocate the Creating Shared Value (CSV) model to the business world.

5B. Stakeholder Simulation
💥 1:00 pm – 2:30pm


Rachel Catanach
Rachel CatanachPresident & Senior Partner, Greater China, FleishmanHillard
As Senior Partner and President of Greater China for FleishmanHillard, Rachel Catanach is responsible for FleishmanHillard’s Greater China operations. A former Chair of PRHK, Rachel is a highly sought-after senior counsellor to clients in the financial services, technology, luxury, and manufacturing sectors. She is a strong advocate for the PR industry in Asia and a regular commentator on industry issues. She has received many awards including Public Affairs Asia’s Gold Standard Award for Professional Excellence (2014). Under her leadership FHHK has won Campaign’s Greater China Consultancy of the Year 2017, Marketing’s B2B Agency of the Year 2016, 2017 and Public Affairs Asia’s In-country Consultancy of the Year 2015.


6A. 2030 SDGs Game
💥 2:15 pm – 4:15pm


Carol Yeung
Carol YeungFounder & Managing Director, iNNOVGoals (Hong Kong); Certified 2030 SDGs Game Facilitator
Carol is the Founder & Managing Director of iNNOVGoals Limited – a company in Hong Kong dedicated in providing educational training and consulting to businesses, schools and community organizations with particular focus in sustainability and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals. As a Certified 2030 Game Facilitator, Carol aims to engage people with this simulation gameplay experience to arouse awareness in creating collective action together for a better world. She was a public relations and marketing specialist with over 12 years in various multinational companies. Carol also taught as a college lecturer and was an Executive Manager for UNESCO Hong Kong Association.

6B. Shark Tank
💥 2:45 pm – 4:15pm 


Viktor Berglind
Viktor BerglindAdvisor, Lab of Labs; Board Director, Foodlink Foundation
Viktor Berglind is an economist and finance professional with over a decade of experience working in investment banking and management consulting.
Viktor has worked with Fortune 500s, regional conglomerates, startups and governments in areas such as trade development, economic policy, technology transfer and R&D programs. He has advised on USD 1 bln+ in transactions, and backed startups in cleantech, e-commerce, F&B and software development. He’s passionate about impact investments and currently acts as an advisor at SDG focused research platform Lab of Labs, as well as being on the board of family foundation focusing on hunger relief and food waste.

6B. Shark Tank
💥 2:45 pm – 4:15pm


Kenny Cheung
Kenny CheungProgramme Executive, The Yeh Family Philanthropy
Kenny Cheung is the Programme Executive for the Yeh Family Philanthropy, managing the foundation’s philanthropic portfolio focused on education and social entrepreneurship. Before entering philanthropy, Kenny embarked on extended travels through the developing world to work with microfinance institutions and social entrepreneurs to alleviate poverty at the grassroots level. Kenny previously worked with HSBC, where he was Vice President in the International Corporates division, managing a portfolio of corporate customers from four continents with combined banking facilities of over USD100 million. He holds a Bachelor of Commerce from the University of Toronto.


Ronie Mak
Ronie MakManaging Director, RS Group
Ronie is the Managing Director of RS Group, a HK family office with a mission to create a paradigm shift in people’s values and priorities so that economic growth will support, instead of jeopardize, human development and environmental sustainability. She also led the incubation of the Sustainable Finance Initiative, a community platform focusing on private investors to drive demand and promote sustainable finance in HK. Prior to joining RS Group in 2014, Ronie spent 8 years at HSBC’s CEO office and M&A teams. Ronie was born in HK and graduated from the University of New South Wales with merit and a double degree in finance and marketing, Bachelor of Commerce.


Jonathan Ngan
Jonathan NganVP Legal, Barclays
Jonathan is a Lawyer who works with Barclays to help businesses in evaluating the risks associated with derivatives transactions and other commercial matters while safeguarding the firm’s reputation. Jonathan is a qualified lawyer in Australia and has live and worked in Melbourne, Australia for over 15 years before moving back to Hong Kong.
Jonathan is a believer of free market, and believes there is a deeper meaning behind the simple formula — Profit = Revenue – Costs.


Thomas Huang
Thomas HuangAPAC Partnerships Lead, Agorize
As APAC Partnerships Lead on the Business Development Team at Agorize Asia, Thomas assists leading corporations and organizations discover the power of open innovation in driving positive change within the community. He is dedicated to sustainable development and individual empowerment, working with institutions to run sustainable innovation competitions, such as the recent “Keeping Wildlife in the Wild” challenge. An entrepreneur himself, Thomas also frequently serves as MC and public speaking coach, mentoring many start-ups, students and executives internationally

{7} CLOSING  💥  4:30 pm


Global Shared Value affiliates
• Bobbi Silten, Managing Director, Shared Value Initiative (U.S.)
• Tiekie Barnard, CEO, Shared Value Africa Initiative
• Amit Kapoor, Executive Director, Shared Value Initiative India
• Helen Steel, CEO, Shared Value Project (Australia)


Gaëlle Loiseau
Gaëlle LoiseauCEO, Shared Value Initiative Hong Kong
After 20 years experience in the luxury industry, Gaëlle Loiseau was keen to apply her skillset to innovative ways of doing business. Previously working for brands such as Lanvin, Lancôme and Christofle, Gaëlle came to Shared Value Project with a mission to accelerate the shared value movement and cross-sector outcomes in the Greater Bay Area. Her work in marketing and business development has spanned internationally across America, Europe and Asia, with the last seven years working in Hong Kong. Gaëlle is passionate about the positive impact the private sector can have on society and believes Creating Shared Value can pave the way for new business models.
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