Tammy graduated from Hong Kong Baptist University with a Bachelor of Social Sciences Degree in Geography and has completed her Master’s Degree in Spatial Planning and Development at Cardiff University. Tammy had assisted the Hong Kong Organic Waste Recycling Centre to conduct research on food recycling for sustainable urban development, as well as organising workshops on recycling issues for STEM education at schools.
Tammy has had practical experience over the areas of regional planning, sustainable development and environmental management. Apart from the collaboration in various projects, Tammy is involved in teaching and research duties including preparing course materials and being accountable to tutorial sessions at undergraduate levels.
|2017-2018||Cardiff University, Wales|
|MSc in Spatial Planning and Development|
|2013-2017||Hong Kong Baptist University|
|BSSc (Hons) in Geography|
|2019-present||The University of Hong Kong|
|Centre for Civil Society and Governance|
|2018-2019||The University of Hong Kong|
|Faculty of Social Sciences|
|Policy for Sustainability Lab|
|2017||Hong Kong Organic Waste Recycling Centre|
|Part Time Intern|
Social Innovations for Sustainable Communities (supported by HSBC)
Long-term Decarbonisation Strategy (Council for Sustainable Development)
Pilot Study on Underground Space Development in Selected Strategic Urban Areas – Feasibility Study (Civil Engineering and Development Department and Planning Department, HKSARG)