When asked, how would you introduce/ define yourself?

A Global citizen who always tries to do everything and doesn’t want to miss out on anything! As Global Head of Sales & Marketing at Lynk, Chief Risky Woman and non-executive Director, Fair Employment agency I like to be busy. I am a passionate ambassador for gender equality and try to assist in the mission to stop slavery.  I love travelling, fine food and wine and I run, hike and box.  Mother of two confident and well-travelled daughters and an action man husband!   

When did you join WiFA? What is your current role at WiFA?

I founded WiFA in 2009 with Cynthia Whelan after a chance meeting at the kids club in Kota Kinabulu.  With Christina Ellerker and ASIFMA’s help we kicked off with a personal branding and networking event on the roof of the IFC in Hong Kong. I am Chair Emeritus and avid supporter!

Tell us one thing that is important for #CreatingTheWorkforceOfTheFuture?

Agility and life-long learning will be key for the workforce of the future. Providing and environment to encourage and enable people to thrive is key for success.

Tell us one unexpected/ fun fact about you?

There was always one thing I told me daughters not to do. Don’t get a tattoo! Then in 2017 I got a tattoo! It’s for the human rights tattoo project.