Katie is currently the Assistant Director of the Centre for Civil Society and Governance at the University of Hong Kong. Her expertise covers both heritage and nature conservation. She obtained her MPhil. and MSc degrees in ecology and architectural conservation respectively at the University of Hong Kong. She has been actively involved and in-charge in various rural conservation and community development projects in which her dual expertise can be fully practiced. Before joining the University, she had served local green NGOs for almost ten years and represented the NGO to present in different seminars and conferences on local, regional and international scale. Her research interests include rural sustainability, eco-agriculture, cultural landscape, tree and natural resource management.
Katie is a part-time educator teaching cultural heritage management and arboriculture in local tertiary institutions. She is also keen on community services. She is currently appointed as non-official member of the HKSAR Government’s ‘Personalized Vehicle Registration Marks Vetting Committee’ and ex-member of ‘Community Involvement Committee on Greening’. She is also the founding member of the Association for Conservation of Hong Kong Indigenous Languages and social enterprise Wherevergreen.hk.
|2009-2011||The University of Hong Kong|
|MSc (with Distinction) in Architectural Conservation Programme|
|2002-2004||The University of Hong Kong|
|M.Phil. in Ecology & Biodiversity|
|1998-2001||The University of Hong Kong|
|BSc in Environmental Science|
|2022-present||The University of Hong Kong|
|Centre for Civil Society and Governance|
|2016-2022||The University of Hong Kong|
|Centre for Civil Society and Governance|
|Senior Project Manager|
|2014-2016||The University of Hong Kong|
|2013-Present||HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education|
|2009-2016||The Hong Kong Polytechnic University|
|Student Affairs Office|
HSBC Rural Sustainability
Winnie Law, Katie Chick, Sianna Yiu, Debra Ling, Angel Ngan (2018), Vivifying Lai Chi Wo: Sustainable Lai Chi Wo Programme Four Year Review and Outlook. Policy for Sustainability Lab, Faculty of Social Sciences, The University of Hong Kong
H.L. Chick (2017), The Significance, Conservation Potential and Challenges of a Traditional Farming Landscape in an Asian Metropolis: a Case Study of Lai Chi Wo, Hong Kong. Paper and presentation in Proceedings of the First Capacity Building Workshop on Nature-Culture Linkages in Heritage Conservation in Asia and the Pacific (CBWNCL 2016). Agricultural Landscapes. (Eds: Ishizawa, Maya, Inaba, Nobuko and Yoshida, Masahito). Journal of World Heritage Studies, University of Tsukuba, Japan: University of Tsukuba. Pp. 26-32
H.L. Chick (2012), Farming waterbirds on agricultural wetland – a farming landscape management project in Hong Kong to conserve biodiversity. Abstract and presentation in The 2nd Asia Regional Conference of the Society for Conservation Biology – Asia Section. Society of Conservation Biology, Bangalore, India.
H.L. Chick (2011), Understanding the Transformation of a Traditional Agricultural Landscape in Hong Kong: A Case Study of Long Valley. MSc dissertation, The University of Hong Kong.
H.L. Chick & Billy, C.H. Hau (2006), Capacity Building in training local villagers to be ecotour guides – a case study at Long Valley, Hong Kong, China. Paper and presentation in Proceedings of the 2nd Southeast Asian Natural Resources And Environmental Management Conference – Sustainable Development Towards Better Quality of Life (Eds : Abdullah, M.H. , Latip, M.A., Atong, M., Wan, V.L., Musta, B., Dayou, J., Eng, S.H., Radojevic, M.), Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia. Pp 164 – 173
H.L. Chick (2004), Direct seeding of native species for reforestation on degraded hillsides in Hong Kong. M.phil. thesis, The University of Hong Kong.
Jenna is a Product Policy Manager on Facebook’s Misinformation Policy team. She specialises in global health misinformation and misinformation in the Asia-Pacific region, and is based in Singapore.
Sam Traynor is the Product Policy manager for Inauthentic behavior at Facebook. For almost the last decade he has been working in the integrity space in variety of roles and companies mainly focusing on protecting user voice, the authenticity of conversations, and the integrity of the civic process.
Meg Chang is the Content Regulation Policy Lead for Facebook in the APAC region. Prior to this role, she was an Elections Manager and led Facebook’s election integrity efforts across EMEA, including the European Elections, the UK general election, and the Polish parliamentary and presidential elections, among many others. Before Facebook, she was the head of operations and publisher at EUobserver, a Brussels-based EU political and investigative news outlet. She also worked as a management consultant for Global 1000 companies in North America, Europe and the Asia Pacific region. She studied politics and law at the University of Kent in the UK.
Alex Pompe is a Research Manager on Facebook’s Data for Good team. This team builds privacy-protecting data sets to aid response work for natural disasters and public health crises (here is a recent example from the COVID19 response: https://research.fb.com/blog/2020/06/protecting-privacy-in-facebook-mobility-data-during-the-covid-19-response/). Previously, Alex led the growth team at a startup scaling the company to 35 countries over 3 years. Prior to this he worked on access to information and Internet programs for 6 years at an international NGO called IREX; first in Ukraine, next in Namibia, and then in Washington DC. He served as a Peace Corps volunteer teaching mathematics in Namibia from 2006 to 2008. Alex holds a BS in physics from the University of Illinois, and an MS from the University of Michigan (where he also taught astrophysics.) He has served as a guest lecturer for the University of Maryland’s School of Information.
Raina is the Head of Privacy and Data Policy, Engagement, APAC for Facebook. She is a lawyer by training and is a former regulator, having previously worked at the Hong Kong Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data in the position of Assistant Privacy Commissioner (Legal, Policy & Research). Prior to joining the Hong Kong data protection authority, Raina had extensive legal in-house experience and held management positions in both Hong Kong and Shanghai. She served as the Assistant Chief Counsel – Head of Legal at Hong Kong Disneyland and was the Deputy Chief Counsel – Head of Legal at Shanghai Disney Resort during the initial construction stage of the project when she helped set up the legal function at the Shanghai Disney Resort. Raina held a Bachelor of Laws (Hons) degree from the University of Melbourne, Australia.
Dr. Chan’s primary research concerns the institutions that shape the consumption and distortion of information in different organizational settings. His current research explores how bureaucrats handle information and the impact of institutions on their choices.
Ongoing projects deal with different aspects of bureaucratic control in authoritarian regimes, such as administrative oversight, juridical intervention, internal reporting, and legislative decision-making.
He holds a PhD Degree in Public Policy from the O’Neill School of Public and Environment Affairs and the Department of Political Science, Indiana University Bloomington.
Dr Winnie Law is the Deputy Director and Principal Lecturer at the Centre for Civil Society and Governance of The University of Hong Kong. She teaches undergraduate and postgraduate courses on sustainable development, community planning and environmental management. She also works with a team of researchers and conducts policy research, action research and knowledge exchange projects on rural revitalization, social innovation, community engagement and corporate sustainability. Dr Law has been a director of the Conservancy Association since 2005 and has served on a number of HKSAR Government’s advisory committees including Advisory Council for the Environment. At the regional level, Dr Law was commissioned by the EU and UNDP as a planning and social monitoring expert for their city planning and environmental management programmes in Vietnam. Dr Law was one of the invited speakers for the first TedxTongChongSt’s series on Hacking the Future and delivered a talk on Future of Sustainability in 2019.
Wai-Fung (Danny) Lam is Director of the Centre for Civil Society and Governance (CCSG), and Professor in Public Administration at the University of Hong Kong. He finished his undergraduate study at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, and received a Ph.D. in Public Policy from Indiana University, Bloomington. Professor Lam is an expert in common-pool resource management, institutional policy analysis, public governance, and civil society. His research has focused on the design of efficient institutional arrangements for the governance and management of public resources, a core issue in public administration and sustainable development. Professor Lam has served on the editorial committees of Public Administration Review (PAR), International Review of Administrative Sciences (IRAS), Journal of Comparative Policy Analysis (JCPA), Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly (NVSQ), and Asian Politics and Policy (APP), and is co-editor of The Asia-Pacific Journal of Public Administration (APJPA).
George Chen joined Facebook in January 2016 as the company’s first-ever policy representative based in Hong Kong, home for Facebook in the Greater China region. Currently as the Public Policy Director for Greater China, Mongolia, and Central Asia, George serves as Facebook’s “ambassador” to engage with the people and governments across the vast and diverse regions.
Prior to Facebook, George has worked in the media sector for about 15 years. George was a 2014 Yale World Fellow and a 2015 fellow of the US State Department’s International Visitor Leadership Program. George is a doctoral candidate at the University of Hong Kong where he focuses his research on freedom of expression and misinformation.