CSR Steering Group

The CSR Steering Group was formed to accelerate members’ understanding of, contribution to, and the benefits to business from, CSR in Hong Kong. The Group aims to raise awareness of CSR issues and best practice in Hong Kong through knowledge sharing, showcasing examples from members companies, providing a networking opportunity for those responsible for CSR within their organisations, and helping companies understand their progress relative to others over time through bench-marking.

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Rebecca Dance-ShukerChairLaureus Sport for GoodRead moreRead lessOriginally from UK, Becky and her young family arrived in Hong Kong in 2014. Becky was CEO of Interactive, a Disability Rights charity set up in partnership with the Mayors Office in London. It was established to make sport and physical activity more inclusive. Becky has a wealth of experience in the social responsibility and corporate shared value space as well as a passion and drive for a fairer, diverse and more inclusive society. She has extensive experience working in premier league football club foundations, linking commercial and community together. She has also worked on both the Olympic and Paralympic London 2012 legacy programmes and has directly supported local community organisations in both Argentina and North America. Becky is currently APAC Senior Development Manager for Laureus Sport for Good where she leads on business development and partnerships with institutional funders, corporates, and philanthropic donors. The outcome of her role is to give back to some of the most vulnerable children and young people, all of which links directly to sustainable development objectives. In addition to her Laureus role as Chair of the chambers CSR committee, Rebecca sits on various leadership groups in APAC including the Richemont DEI committee leading the Disability agenda.
Katherine Rumble Vice Chair Habitat for Humanity Read moreRead lessKatherine Rumble is Senior Manager in Partnerships & Public Engagement at Habitat for Humanity Hong Kong. After 10 years in the financial sector and 4 years working for local government in the UK, Katherine moved to Hong Kong in 2016 and joined Habitat for Humanity, a leading global non-profit organisation working to create a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Katherine designs employee engagement and CSR partnerships for multi-national corporations and is currently head of fundraising and marketing for the Hong Kong office. Katherine is passionate about serving the community in Hong Kong and the wider Asia Pacific region. She is dedicated to raising awareness of the benefits of CSR and sustainability to businesses in Hong Kong and the positive impact this can have on both the organisation and the community.
Christy NgChamber RepresentativeBritish Chamber of Commerce in HKRead moreRead lessChristy is currently an Executive Assistant at the Chamber. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in the UK having MA Politics as her major, she had focused on Women politics, Internet and Politics and International Politics during her studies. Christy had also shadowed political party members at the Scottish Parliament and involved in political schemes to encourage active political participation in education fields in the UK.
Clarissa McveyMemberDepartment for International TradeRead moreRead lessCissa is the Great Britain and Northern Ireland Campaign Manager for Asia, with the UK Department for International Trade in Hong Kong - where she also chairs the Consulate’s Green and Social Responsibility Committee. With a passion for public-private sector join-up, Cissa is committed to sustainability focused initiatives, the strength in partnerships and supporting NGOs across Hong Kong. She has recently completed a Business Management course at the Cambridge Institute of Sustainability Leadership. Prior to moving 10 years ago into PR, Events and Trend Analysis in Asia, Cissa was a Commercial Buyer for Tesco, having begun her career at John Lewis Head Office, taking her to factories across Europe, South Asia and Greater China. She has an MBA from the University of Warwick, where she focused her final thesis on Bangladesh supply chains. Cissa is passionate about learning and supporting others, she is a Mentor on the British Consulate-General’s Women’s Mentoring Programme and a trainee Coach for the Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office. She is a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations in the UK.
Jennifer CheungMemberMayer BrownRead moreRead lessBio pending.
Emma HarveyMemberGammon Construction LimitedRead moreRead lessBio pending.
Fiona DonnellyMemberRead moreRead lessOwner/director of Red Links, a consultancy that helps develop responsible business through strategy, engagement and sustainability services. Fiona is a long term Hong Kong-er and has spent her career in various roles in professional services. She has developed a speciality and interest in sustainability since 2007, and now leads the Red Links Sustainability Consortium, a network of experienced sustainability and business professionals that helps with bespoke consultancy in ESG, and in the focus areas of investment and ESG – in association with UK-HQd specialists Leaders Arena – as well as climate risk and TCFD.
Susannah MorleyMemberBritish CouncilRead moreRead lessSusannah Morley is Director Partnerships North East Asia. In this role she leads partnership pursuits, planning and coordination with corporates, foundations and philanthropic institutions for Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Japan. Previously Susannah was Director Programmes and Partnerships in Hong Kong for three years where she was responsible for overseeing the development and delivery of the arts and education & society programmes and for developing strategic partnerships. In this role she led the transformation of the programmes team from being government-grant dependent and delivery-focused, to a market-oriented, impact-led team sustained by new income streams from third party funders. She also oversaw the development and delivery of SPARK: The Science and Art of Creativity, the British Council’s first festival of ideas. Before joining the British Council in 2015, Susannah spent more than ten years’ working in the higher education sector where she held a variety of senior administrative posts, focused on developing university-industry collaborations, managing key stakeholder relationships and measuring research impact, at the Universities of Cambridge and Essex in the UK, and the University of Melbourne in Australia. Susannah is a returnee to both Hong Kong and the British Council, where she began her career in the 1990s working on a series of major cultural events to mark the transfer of Hong Kong’s sovereignty to China.
Miwa ChanMemberInternational Justice MissionRead moreRead lessMiwa serves as the Executive Director with International Justice Mission (IJM) Hong Kong - a global non-profit organization in over 25 different countries fighting to end Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking, supporting its advancement growth in Hong Kong and Asia Pacific region. Prior to joining IJM, Miwa specialized within the Retail and Loyalty space for over a decade since 2006. Certified as an Organizational and Executive Coach, Miwa is passionate about using a coaching approach to establish meaningful partnerships with public, private and NGO sectors, to use the collective power to resolve societal issues, notably in serving and protecting vulnerable communities. Miwa received her Master and Bachelor business degrees from universities in France and Singapore respectively. She has a mixed racial background from Southeast Asia and currently lives in Hong Kong; speaking English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Bahasa Indonesia and French languages.
Tim LauMemberBarclaysRead moreRead lessTim Lau is Head of Facilities Management Singapore, South East Asia, Hong Kong, Greater China and Thailand, a position he has held since 2007. Since joining Barclays Hong Kong in 1996, Tim has spent 10 years in Japan from 1998 – 2007, managing the Japan Facilities Management team including operations in Korea and Australia. During his tenure in Japan, Tim was also transferred to Singapore for 6 months in 2005 to manage multiple construction projects for the office. Tim holds a Bachelor of Science Degree in Facilities Management and is a certified member of the British Institute of Facilities Management. Tim frequently dedicates weekends in supporting local charity organizations and carrying out community and volunteering work.
Will SpenceMemberHH GlobalRead moreRead lessAfter graduating from Sheffield University with a degree in Business Management, I spent 5 years with a firm in London, managing marketing collateral for a diverse range of premium retail brands. In 2012 I made the move to Hong Kong and set up my own procurement business, managing the production and global delivery of printed matter, luxury packaging and various other forms promotional merchandise. During this time I also established a photobook business, specialising in personalised children's board books. In 2019 I joined HH Global as a Regional Account Director and quickly progressed to my current role of Hong Kong Country Manager, where I lead the local client services team for this global leader in outsourced marketing executions.