Ir CM Lee (B.Sc (Eng)(Civil); M.Sc.(Urban Planning); M.Sc.(IDM) has been the chairman of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE) Hong Kong Association (2013-2015) and is currently the Hong Kong Representative in the ICE Council (2013-2017). Before his retirement from Water Supplies Department after 32 years of service, CM was the head of the Design Division, overseeing the design and construction of a portfolio of projects of over HK$4 billion. He has extensive experience in project planning, finance and management, as well as EIA and sustainability studies.
CM has also been actively participating in voluntary work. He was appointed member in the Council of the Hong Kong Examination and Assessment Authority and was the deputy chairman in several committees. He is vice-chairman of the local think-tank "Land Watch", which specializes in policy study on Hong Kong land issues, and a member of the Strategy Committee of The Professional Commons.
Rosita Swain served in the Hong Kong Police for 13 years in the uniform branch, criminal investigation, training and administration, and Commercial Crime Bureau, for the last 6 years as Chief Inspector. She joined IBM in 1989 as the Asia Intellectual Property Investigator then took an additional responsibility as Site Security Manager for China and Hong Kong and was subsequently promoted as the Asia's Regional Security Manager in 1993. In 1997, she moved to Intel and covered various roles of Global Security Operations, Investigations and Asia Security Manager responsible for physical security, asset protection, crisis management and investigation.
Rosita was the Founder and Chairperson for Technology Asset Protection Association Asia from 2000 to 2003, and Advisor until 2011. She is a member of the Zonta Club of Kowloon since 1990 in promoting women status. She is a member of the Board of Directors of NGO HomelandGreen which is involved in combating desertification and promoting soil health since 2012.
Ms Fong Man Ying is currently the Head of Department of Applied Social Sciences at the HKCT Institute of Higher Education, promoting greater care for the sustainable development of the society amongst students. A registered social worker, Ms Fong has worked in various non-government organizations, social service organizations and tertiary education institutes, accumulating rich experiences in serving the community.
Ms Fong was also Vice-Chairperson of the HER Fund and a member of the Women's Commission. She joined the Hong Kong Federation of Women's Centres as Director to provide women-centred services with a view to building women's capacity, empowering women at individual and collective levels, as well as encouraging them to participate in building a sustainable community.
Ir Albert Lai is the CEO of Carbon Care Asia. He is a director and former chairman of the Conservancy Association, founding chairman of The Professional Commons, former Stakeholder Council member of the Global Reporting Initiative (GRI) and former member of the Commission on Strategic Development of the HKSAR Government.
Albert has served for many years as a member of the Judging Panel for ACCA (Hong Kong) Sustainability Report Award, and led numerous local initiatives in the field of CSR and sustainability, including the leadership of the Hong Kong NGO delegation to the World Summit on Sustainable Development held in Johannesburg in 2002, and the United Nations Climate Change Conferences in Bali (2007) and Copenhagen (2009).
Currently, Mr. Chong is Chairman of the "Dialogue in the Dark" Foundation, and Chairman of the Hong Kong People's Council on Sustainable Development and Chairman of EL Education. Mr. Chong is a graduate from the University of Hong Kong in 1981. He obtained a Master's degree in Information Systems from the London School of Economics and Political Science in 1985.
He has served in the Hong Kong Government as an administrative officer. He worked at Oxfam later and was appointed Executive Director of Oxfam Hong Kong and a member of the Board of Directors of Oxfam International. He then joined the University of Hong Kong as the Director of Student Development for its Centre for Development and Resources for Students. Mr. Chong is active in promoting civil society in Hong Kong. He is Vice-Chairman of The Hong Kong Joint Council for People with Disabilities and President of the Hong Kong Blind Union. He has also been a member of the Education and Publicity Subcommittee of the Council for Sustainable Development, which is an advisory committee to the Hong Kong SAR Government on sustainability issues.
Mr. Chong has received the Ten Young Persons Award in 1991 and the MBE honour in 1995 for his outstanding service to the Hong Kong community. In 2012, Mr. Chong has been awarded one of the "Leaders of 2011" by the Singtao Publishing Co Ltd and an Honorary Fellow by the University of Hong Kong.
Mr John Sayer was Executive Director of Asia Monitor Resource Centre before joining Oxfam Hong Kong in 1991 as Program Director and its Executive Director. In 2001 he moved to Oxford to take up the post of Executive Director of Oxfam International for an interim period. In 2003 he became Director of Africa Now, a development agency working on market-based solutions for small-scale producers in Africa through business development services, and the promotion of ethical trade among international companies doing business in Africa. In 2006, he returned to Asia and re-joined Oxfam Hong Kong as Director General until 2013. In January 2014, he joined the VSO as Director of its Asia Pacific Group, working to reduce poverty through programmes involving volunteers and international exchange. Mr John Sayer is currently Chief Executive of Responsible Competitiveness Roundtable.
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