Daisy is Assistant Professor at the Department of Humanities and Creative Writing at the Hong Kong Baptist University. She first encountered Enrich through her research and teaching and soon became involved as an advisor, before joining the board of directors. As the current Board Chair of Enrich, she strives to support the team with the goal of reaching more migrant domestic workers and to rally support from a wider audience. She believes that education, research and advocacy can lead to change, and hopes to contribute to a more inclusive and equitable society.
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Megan is the Asia Head of Technology Business Development and Innovation at Morgan Stanley. An engineer by education, Megan has worked on six continents in the areas of technology, business development, entrepreneurship, and social impact. She has a master’s degree in electrical engineering from University of Michigan, and an MBA from INSEAD.
Megan learned about Enrich from The Helper documentary, of which she was a Kickstarter backer. Inspired by the mission and impressed by the team, she joined the board to help advise on technology and strategy.
Thomas Poullaouec is the head of Multi-Asset Solutions, Asia Pacific, in the Multi-Asset Division of T. Rowe Price. He has 18 years of investment experience with previous roles at State Street Global Advisors and BNP Paribas Investment Partners in Paris and Hong Kong. Prior to joining T. Rowe Price in 2017, he was most recently managing director and regional head for strategy and research within the Investment Solutions Group for State Street Global Advisors in Hong Kong. Thomas is a frequent speaker at industry conferences and through media channels, such as Bloomberg and CNBC.
Thomas got involved with Enrich after trying to help his domestic helpers resolve their financial issues. He then volunteered as a mentor before joining the fundraising committee and then the Board.
Luna Chan was formerly the Deputy CEO of the charity PathFinders, managing and overseeing overall operations, client services and programmes. She supported PathFinders since its inception in 2008 and is a key founding member. Luna obtained her Bachelor's degree in Commerce in Sydney, Australia. She began her career in as a consultant at PwC in Hong Kong working in business advisory services. She is a Certified Public Accountant. After leaving the private sector, Luna obtained a Postgraduate Certificate of Psychology from the University of Hong Kong in 2011. She is currently working on WYNG Foundation's WMA programme which was established to raise the awareness of social concerns by photography, written works and film.
Martin is a qualified accountant (FCCA, HKICPA) and has spent the last 20 years in Asia holding senior positions within the property and construction sectors.
Martin was equity partner and regional CFO at EC Harris, (now Arcadis) for 20 years before moving to CBRE in 2012 to take up a similar position within their global property outsourcing business. Recently, Martin joined HSBC as Senior Regional Manger where he is working within the Bank`s regional corporate real estate team.
He has travelled extensively in Asia and enjoys all sports and music. Martin is a keen scuba enthusiast, has completed a number of triathlons and marathons and travels back to his hometown in the UK whenever time permits to watch Aston Villa in their quest to conquer the footballing world.
Pat is the founder and director of The Purpose Business, the network of sustainability experts that helps Asian businesses be a force for good. She was previously head of corporate social responsibility for AyalaLand and served as Global Head of CSR & Sustainability for Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts. A World Economic Forum Young Global Leader, fellow of the Asia Society and of the Royal Society of Arts, Pat works with companies on purposeful leadership, responsible businesses and overall, creating impact and value through sustainable practices.
She has an MA in Globalisation & Governance and certificates of completion for Transformational Leadership at University of Oxford and Global Leadership & Public Policy for the 21st Century at Harvard Kennedy School.
Christina Kautzky is a finance industry professional with a decade of experience in Alternatives in Asia. Previous roles have included leading and defining fund and/or Alts strategy, investor relations, fund launches and client coverage ranging from institutions to intermediaries to family offices.