Dorothy is responsible for the MTR Corporation’s corporate citizenship strategy and initiatives, and is a champion for the Corporation’s cultural change and organizational development initiatives. She is also the Secretary of the board-level Corporate Responsibility Committee.
Previously at CLP Holdings, Dorothy was responsible for executive communications, strategic advocacy, and thought leadership programmes on energy and environment. Prior to CLP, she was Director of Commitments at The Clinton Global Initiative Asia. She also launched The Economist Intelligence Unit’s custom research practice in Asia and produced a number of benchmarking, market sizing and investment-location assessment studies. During her tenure at the Asia Business Council, she briefed c-level executives on issues affecting Asia’s competitiveness.
Dorothy is an Aspen Institute First Mover Fellow. She is a member of the Asian Advisory Council of The Fletcher School at Tufts University, and a regular Guest Lecturer at The Centre for Corporate Public Affairs Professional Development Institute, and the MTR Academy.
She holds a MBA from the University of Chicago, a Master of Arts in Law and Diplomacy from The Fletcher School at Tufts University, where she was a Carl J. Gilbert Scholar. She received her Bachelor of Arts from Tufts University.
07 Jun 2017
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