Women Executives ClubCommittee Activities


Explore the Affordable Art Fair with Kids' Art Adventure

A typical Sunday transformed into an unforgettable art adventure for our members and their families on 19 May at the 11th Affordable Art Fair in Hong Kong. The event, organized by the Chamber’s Women Executives Club, was held in collaboration with The Affordable Art Fair and Art Loop, offering a blend of art appreciation and creative expression for all ages.

The little ones thoroughly enjoyed the “Kids' Art Adventure” - from the interactive tour that sparked their curiosity to a workshop where they dabbled in painting with Art Loop's instructors and tapped into their artistic side. Meanwhile, parents explored and contemplated the wide collection of contemporary artworks on display from 97 local and international galleries.


Building Your Executive Presence via LinkedIn

The seminar on “Building Your Executive Presence via LinkedIn” was a hit! Hosted by the Chamber’s Women Executives Club (WEC) on 20 March, the session offered excellent advice on how best to leverage social media to enhance one’s professional presence.

Mei Mei Ng, General Manager and Head of Talent Solutions (Hong Kong and Taiwan) at LinkedIn Hong Kong, shared strategies on how to create an outstanding online presence and participants got to put her tips into practice and up their game. Haylie Hun was winner of the lucky draw prize – a six-month subscription to LinkedIn Premium. Later everyone enjoyed networking over the dainty bites sponsored by Tiffany Blue Box Café.

Gearing Up! Women on Boards

Gearing Up! Women on Boards

It was a full house at our “Gearing Up! Women on Boards” symposium on 17 January!

Attended by over 100 participants and organized by the Women Executives Club (WEC), the seminar explored how female executives could take up the position of independent non-executive directors (INEDs) on the boards of listed companies.

Kelly Lee, Senior Vice President, Policy and Secretariat Services, Listing, Hong Kong Exchanges and Clearing Limited (HKEX), gave an introduction to the new rules to end single-gender boards by end 2024, while Grace Huang, Partner and Co-Head, International Capital Markets Group of Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer, and Dr. Christopher To, Chairman of The Hong Kong Institute of Directors, provided insights into the legal perspectives of being INEDs, as well as practical tips for business executives to become board members. In the Q&A session afterwards, Catherine Yien, HKEX's Head of Listed Issuer Regulation, discussed how women’s organizations could promote the initiatives to their members.

The symposium was opened by WEC Chairman Tammy Wu, moderated by Vice Chairman Christabel Lee, and supported by the Golden Bauhinia Women Entrepreneur Association (Gbwea).

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