Michele Lai是童協基金會的創辦人。 她在香港及澳洲有超過10年在跨國公司工作的經驗，其中包括豐田汽車公司，英之傑有限公司，香港電話有限公司等，工作範疇為戰略行銷管理與策劃。Michele畢業於西澳科廷大學商學院。基於”孩子是我們的將來，我們應該全身心投入他們“這個信念，Michele非常慶幸夠透過童協基金會的工作回饋社區，同時，她希望能與自己的孩子一同把這個公益事業延續下去。
Libby Vaughan is an Australian citizen who has been living in Asia for sixteen years, originally based in Singapore and now Hong Kong. Libby’s business background is in Sales Management and Marketing.
Libby has over sixteen years experience in the IT resourcing and workforce management industry, spanning both the private and public sector. During this period she was Business Development Director of Manpower IT in the UK and Managing Director of CTG, one of the UK’s largest IT resourcing and managed solutions companies. Libby is a board Director and established the Cambodian Children’s Fund Hong Kong chapter in 2011, she is also a Board Director of the Song Saa Foundation and Kids4Kids HK. In 2017 Libby joined Social Career as Development Director, to manage corporate relationships and to develop Social Career’s strategy beyond Hong Kong.
Anita has been a legal practitioner for more than 25 years. She handles the full spectrum of both contentious and non-contentious intellectual property and information technology work. Prior to joining David Lo and Partners as a consultant, Anita was a partner with two top international law firms in Hong Kong, Jones Day and Baker & McKenzie. Apart from her legal practice, Anita spends a lot of time on pro bono work and public service, helping SMEs, start-ups, charities and social enterprises to meet their legal needs. As a mother of 3, Anita is also passionate about raising the social awareness in children and encouraging them to give back to the society.
Diana Footitt joined the Kids4Kids board in September 2019, having sat on the Fundraising and Gala Committee for the previous four years, and a Mentor over the past two years to student initiated Act!on for a Cause community projects. She is passionate, in working with children and teens, and to contributing to their development, and previously served on the Hong Kong Society for Protection of Children’s Fundraising Committee for five years.
Diana comes from a finance and communications background. She founded Artemis Associates in early 2011, a Hong Kong headquartered international boutique reputation management firm, having run the Asian and North Asia operations of two global communications firms. She has worked in Hong Kong for the last twenty three years and has guided the communications strategy on some of the highest profile situations and transactions in Asia.
Diana qualified as a Chartered Accountant at Price Waterhouse thereafter working for a number of leading investment banks in research and M&A banking roles. She has a degree in Economics and Politics from Warwick University. Diana also serves on the Education Committee of Harrow International School. She is married with one daughter.