Our esteemed communications and HR specialists have been carefully selected as Jury members for the Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards to ensure a fair and balanced evaluation of all applications. The Jury members’ range of expertise covers a wide scope, from the perspective of both in-house and agency communication and HR departments. During an online voting session the Jury decides which entries are shortlisted, and who the recipients of the Asia-Pacific Excellence Awards are. The Jury evaluates the innovation, implementation, strategy and impact of the projects submitted, to award the best in communications and PR and HR.

 

Chair

Rudolf Hetzel

Communication Director
Publisher
Rudolf Hetzel is publisher of international Communication Director magazine, which is distributed worldwide. He is founder and CEO of Quadriga University in Berlin and Helios Media GmbH – the publishing house of Communication Director magazine. Rudolf studied political science at the Free University of Berlin, where he later taught.

Our PR Experts

Madan Bahal

Adfactors Group
Co-Founder and Managing Director
Madan Bahal is the co-founder and Managing Director of Adfactors Group, one of India’s largest independent communications groups.Adfactors PR, under Mr Bahal’s leadership, services about 280 retained clients, which include some of the largest corporations and financial institutions – both Indian and multinational. In a communications career spanning 33 years, Mr Bahal has provided counsel to C-suite in diverse sectors and has personally advised most of the big-ticket capital market transactions over the last 20 years in India. PRWeek named Mr Bahal in its Global Power Book 2015 and among the top 50 most influential PR professionals in Asia in 2014. In 2013, Mr Bahal was recognized for ‘Individual outstanding achievement’ by The Holmes Report. Mr. Bahal is the Vice Chairman of PROI Worldwide for the Asia-Pacific region.

Darren Burns

Weber Shandwick China
President China & Chair Creativity and Innovation, Asia Pacific
Under his leadership, Weber Shandwick has paved its way to the top of the ranks among agencies in China, achieving unprecedented revenue and profit growth, propelled by a focus on nurturing creativity, driving innovation, and growing revenue streams. His passion for delivering results-oriented, integrated campaigns has helped Weber Shandwick become one of China’s most celebrated and awarded agencies. Over the past two years, the Agency has won no less than six “Agency of the Year” awards including Campaign Asia Pacific Greater China PR Agency of the Year 2014 and PRWeek Greater China Agency of the Year 2014. Burns has ensured that the agency is firmly committed to contributing to local communities and charitable causes. Through its “Access to Opportunity” platform launched in 2014, the agency is championing inclusivity and opportunities for young people and disadvantaged communities in China, working with the China AIDS Walk, Chunhui Children, and Save the Children on various initiatives.

Rachel Catanach

FleishmanHillard Hong Kong
Senior Partner and Managing Director
Rachel Catanach has over 25 years’ experience advising senior public and private sector clients in Asia Pacific on reputation management and corporate challenges, financial communications and crisis/issues. In the corporate and financial communications area, Rachel has consulted on high-profile merger and acquisition activities, private equity deals, sensitive issues management, initial public offerings, and strategic events. A former Chair of the Council of Public Relations of Hong Kong for two terms, Rachel is a regular commentator on reputation management and branding issues. In 2014, she was awarded Public Affairs Asia’s Gold Standard Award for Professional Excellence (Consultancy) in the Asia Pacific region.

Christina Celestine

DSM
Director Regional Communications and External Affairs APAC/China
An aspiring communications leader with a consultant background as a forte, Christina is used to challenging the norm and reinforcing the role of communications as a bond that connects business and corporate, internally and externally

Ming Chan

Hong Kong Airlines
General Manager of Brand Centre
Ming Chan is currently General Manager of Brand Centre at Hong Kong Airlines, an energetic and innovative full-service airline renowned for its fast growing business and destination network. Her work covers branding, marketing and corporate communications for Hong Kong Airlines at more than 30 cities across Asia.The recent pioneering launch of “Sweeten You Up” campaign featuring creative and personalized services at key touch-points in the passenger journey demonstrated Ming’s success in revitalizing the brand, and even the traditional aviation industry, with a whole new service concept.Prior to joining Hong Kong Airlines, Ming worked in the public relations field for almost ten years and led many award-winning campaigns for her clients covering retail, mining and financial sectors. Her starting career was news reporting at Cable TV and local and newspapers.

Jesmond Chang

Kaspersky Lab, APAC
Head of Corporate Communications
Jesmond Chang, the Head of Corporate Communications, for the APAC region has been involved in Public Relations and Marketing related jobs for more than 10 years building close rapport and understanding the needs of both media and the market. Overseeing Kaspersky Lab’s corporate communications strategy for APAC, he will be leading the company’s corporate communication initiatives throughout the region such as ideas, campaigns, CSR events, meeting company goals and carrying out global PR implementations throughout the region. He joined Kaspersky Lab in the year 2010 for the opportunity to develop his interest in internet security and sharing the importance of the security industry to the public with the experience that he has acquired over his career. Jesmond is a frequent and renowned speaker at several IT related events, both locally and internationally.

Walter Cheung

Hang Seng Bank
Head of Communications and Corporate Sustainability
Walter Cheung is the founding Head of Communications and Corporate Sustainability at Hang Seng Bank, reporting directly to the CEO. He has won several awards like "PR Professional of the Year", "Best General Reporter" by the Newspaper Society of Hong Kong and "Distinguished PR Professional of the Year".  Walter is the Director of China International Public Relations Association since 2005 and Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Marketing since 1999. Walter was previously Senior Marketing Manager at TVB International, and head of marketing communications for Asia at a Fortune 30 company. Walter began his career as a reporter with the South China Morning Post, where he rose to the second-most senior position for general news in Hong Kong.

Michelle Cockrill

BNP Paribas
Director, Regional Head of Marketing and Communications AP
Michelle Cockrill is Director, Regional Head of Marketing and Communications for the Asia Pacific region for BNP Paribas. Based in Singapore, Michelle is responsible for leading a regional team and supporting BNP Paribas Securities Services business' rapid growth across the Asia Pacific.Prior to BNP Paribas, she significantly raised Lloyd’s brand presence in the region and has been the recipient of awards for innovation and communications in recognition of her team’s excellence in marketing. Michelle's prior roles include Vice President Marketing and Communications at JPMorgan where she was responsible for regional external and internal communications, and ten years at United Technologies as Director of Marketing Communications.Michelle is passionate about how cultural nuances influence marketing and communications, and has strong international experience from living and working in four different continents.

Jean-Michel Dumont

Ruder Finn Asia
Chairman
This year marked Jean-Michel’s 30th year in PR in Asia. In this role as Chairman of Ruder Finn Asia, he is responsible for the growth and development of Ruder Finn Asia, devising Asia-wide strategic direction for Ruder Finn and setting the tone on how the company’s business is managed. Jean Michel Dumont’s expertise has helped Ruder Finn become one of the top 3 international PR agencies in the Mainland China market and a recognised leader in several areas across Asia including luxury, corporate and CSR programs.

Bob Grove

Edelman North Asia
CEO
Bob Grove oversees Edelman in North Asia, with 10 offices across mainland China, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. Previously, Bob led Edelman’s Southeast Asia operations for eight years. Edelman Southeast Asia grew by ten times under his leadership.During his tenure at Edelman, the firm has consistently been the fastest growing of the large PR agency networks in the region.Prior to joining Edelman, Bob worked for a global business-to-business technology provider as the director of marketing in Asia Pacific, where he was eventually appointed managing director of its North Asia operations. Despite the bursting of the tech-bubble, he grew the North Asia business by 70 percent during that time

Susie Hughes

Allison+Partners
Vice President
An award-winning public relations professional, Susie has led US, UK and European and Asia PR efforts for Allison+Partners global education, tech, corporate and professional services clients.  Her media prowess has resulted in numerous stories in top-tier outlets worldwide on topics ranging from e-commerce and online learning to enterprise technology and global messaging services for clients including Dropbox, Carousell, Harman Professional Solutions, ThoughtWorks, Viber, Codecademy, Resorts World Genting and others. She joined Allison+ Partners in San Francisco in 2007 from LEWIS PR, and in 2010 left on the consummate fearless leader adventure, fulfilling a long-time dream by backpacking through 18 countries in seven months. A dual US/UK citizen who was born and raised in London until her teens, she re-joined Allison+Partners in 2011 to oversee the opening of the agency's first international office in London. In the UK, Susie leveraged her Silicon Valley experience and media connections to benefit both UK and global organizations while building relationships with top UK business and technology media. Susie graduated from Syracuse University with a BA in Public Relations and French. In 2013 she was named one of PRWeek’s 30 Under 30 and one of PR News’ Rising Stars under 30. No longer under 30, in 2014 she was shortlisted by London Loves Business as a Young Entrepreneur of the Year and in 2015 was named by Hot Topics as a top global tech PR executive. She joined the Singapore office of Allison+Partners in 2016 to support the growing team.

Matthew Lackie

WE Communications
Executive Vice President Asia Pacific
As Executive Vice President of Asia Pacific, Matthew is responsible for leading and expanding the agency’s presence in Australia, China, Hong Kong, Singapore, and India; and a network of affiliates that cover all major markets.  Matthew works with the APAC Leadership Team to bring WE’s unique integrated influence proposition to clients in growing healthcare, technology and consumer industries.

Eileen Lau

ING Bank
Managing Director & Head of Corporate Communications Asia
Eileen Lau is responsible for ING Commercial Banking’s corporate communications across 13 Asia markets. This role includes strategic advisory, internal and external communications. On the retail side, she oversees ING’s communications with its retail affiliates TMB Bank in Thailand, Kotak Mahindra Bank in India and Bank of Beijing in China. This role primarily involves providing strategic communication counsel and safeguarding ING’s reputation as a stakeholder. Eileen has over 20 years of communications experience. She was with DBS Bank for 11 years before ING. Prior to joining the banking sector, she was a journalist and had a few PR roles in different industries.

Jane Lau

UNICEF Hong Kong
Chief Executive
Ms Jane Lau was appointed Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Committee for UNICEF in June 2015.Jane has a strong track record in public and government affairs, corporate communications, advertising and marketing, CSR and sustainability and politics. She has spent 18 years in the energy and power sector at a senior regional level and also served other industries such as electronics, financial services and conglomerates with different executive capacities. In the midst of her career, she also spent two years with one of the leading political parties in Hong Kong as their Executive Director after being the Managing Director of her own consultancy for three years.Jane left her corporate career in 2013 after thirty-three years of service. Her last position was Director of Group Public Affairs for the CLP Group, a leading power company in Asia Pacific. She then served a number of non-profit organisations, including Hong Kong Red Cross and Hong Kong Council of Social Service, as committee member, and was Programme Director for The Conference Board for two years. She is also on the advisory panels of a number of public institutions on CSR and sustainability.

Lily Long

Roche Pharmaceuticals China
Vice President Communications
Lily is a result-oriented PR professional with over 18 years track record in corporate communications, brand and marketing communications, media and social media management. Her particular strength is in corporate reputation management, driving company CSR initiatives, developing and maintaining good network connections with key stakeholders, such as media and NGOs.She is currently the Head of Communications in Roche Pharmaceuticals China. In this role, she leads Communications Department to define and ensure communications strategy and tactics contributing to business success. She is responsible for providing strategic communications to all business units and enabling functions. Key priorities include corporate communications; executive and employee communications; brand and product communications; issue and crisis management, media and social media management, corporate social responsibility etc.Prior to joining Roche, Lily also served for many MNC and leading international agencies. Lily was born in Beijing, she holds a MBA from the Business School of Nottingham University in the United Kingdom.

Suzanne Lopez

Western Union
Director Corporate Communications AP
As Director of Corporate Communications, Suzanne Lopez ensures that corporate and business unit strategies, programs and offerings are communicated to and understood by key audiences across the Asia Pacific region. Her responsibilities include executive communications and leadership positioning, media relations, relevant industry and stakeholder relationship management, relevant thought leadership programs, consumer protection and empowerment programs and communications, business unit employee communications, and all Western Union Social Ventures and Western Union Foundation communications.Suzanne has more than 20 years of leadership experience having held several cross-functional roles in marketing, communications, business development and project management for major technology companies such as Flextronics Corporation, Emerson Electric, Johnson Electric, Motorola and Intel Corporation. Prior to joining Western Union in 2015, Suzanne was Global Marketing Director, Power Division for Flextronics Corporation based in Shenzhen, China. She has also been assigned to roles in the Philippines, Hong Kong, USA and UK.

Cara O’Brien

FTI Consulting
Senior Managing Director
Cara O’Brien is a Senior Managing Director in the Strategic Communications practice of FTI Consulting and she is based in the Hong Kong office. As a financial communications specialist, Ms. O’Brien has designed numerous investor relations and reputation management programmes and has directed various IPOs, M&A transactions, and bankruptcies and restructurings. She has also managed a number of high-profile crisis situations involving executive indictment and imprisonment, product liability issues, management terminations, shareholder activism, and proxy fights. Many client programmes that Ms. O’Brien has helped execute have won industry awards, including Best Investor Relations Programme, Best Financial Communications Programme, and Best IPO. Ms. O’Brien relocated to Hong Kong in 2011 to help lead cross-border financial communications programmes for clients located in the Asia Pacific region. Her prior positions in the Strategic Communications practice include general manager of the New York office, deputy director of the U.S. Capital Markets Communications practice, and managing director of the U.S. Retail & Consumer sector. Ms. O’Brien has acted as an advisor for high-profile companies including The Estée Lauder Companies, Chiquita Brands International, Steven Madden, Ltd., Nestlé, and Movado.

Scott Pettet

LEWIS PR
Senior Vice President APAC
Scott has almost 20 years experience in the PR industry and has been with LEWIS PR since 2006. From 2007 to 2013 he led the Australian business for LEWIS, building a thriving practice and a reputation as one of the country's leading technology PR agencies. He has extensive experience in developing and implementing communications programs for clients across diverse industries including technology, automotive, not-for-profit, logistics and consumer.  During his career Scott has advised some of the world's leading brands, including Akamai, Digital Realty, Dyson, DHL, Ericsson, Honeywell, Lexus, Oracle, Salesforce.com and Sony.

Andrew Pickup

Microsoft
Senior Director, Communications
Andrew Pickup is responsible for managing the image and reputation of Microsoft across Asia Pacific, Greater China, Japan and India, building new communications capabilities and, leading and growing a highly-committed team of communications professionals in the region.Prior to his current role, Pickup was the chief marketing officer for Microsoft in Asia Pacific. He was involved in the strategic integration of business, marketing and operational leadership across the region, aligning talent and resources to most effectively drive growth, win share, improve customer and partner satisfaction and spark innovation. He was also responsible for the revenue, market share and profit and loss performance of all Microsoft products in Asia Pacific.Pickup joined Microsoft in 1992 and spent over a decade with Microsoft UK, where he held a number of senior management business and marketing roles, including group manager for Small Business and head of Desktop Marketing.He moved to Asia in February 2003, taking on a role as marketing director at Microsoft Singapore. He was appointed chief marketing officer for the Asia Pacific region in 2007.Before joining Microsoft, Pickup was an account director with advertising agency Saatchi & Saatchi in London.

Sheila Rasu

NBA Asia
Vice President, Marketing & Communications
As Vice President, Marketing & Communications, NBA Asia, Sheila Rasu is responsible for the overall marketing, public relations and social media efforts for the NBA across Asia-Pacific. Rasu has more than 15 years of experience in public relations and marketing. Prior to joining NBA Asia in May 2011, Rasu served as Senior Vice President of Fleishman-Hillard in Singapore, where she oversaw its consumer and healthcare practice and spearheaded various large-scale regional campaigns. Prior to that, Rasu held positions with Fulford PR and Mission Hills Group.Throughout her career, Rasu has received a variety of professional distinctions including being named to Marketing Magazine’s ‘Rising Personalities under 35’ list, Top 50 Asia Women Leaders and earning Marketing Magazine’s ‘2010 Digital Campaign of the year award’.

Andrew Seah

DB Schenker
Head of Corporate Communications and Environment Affairs
With over 17years of Corporate Affairs, Corporate Development, Strategic Communications, Branding, Marketing and Sustainability experience, Andrew has a holistic and integrated portfolio of corporate communications expertise. As head of corporate communications and environment affairs for DB Schenker in Asia Pacific, he is responsible for all internal and external communications within the region, across the 13,000 employees in over 20 countries (incl Japan, ANZ, ASEAN, India Sub-continent and Greater China). Prior to joining DB Schenker in 2006, Andrew was head of corporate communications and a member of the managing director’s office in the YCH Group of companies (an Asian conglomerate which include companies in logistics, properties, information technology, Insurance, and others).

Richard Tsang

Strategic Public Relations Group (“SPRG”)
Founder and Chairman
Richard Tsang is an investor relations/PR veteran with over 25 years of industry experience in Asia.  SPRG is one of the biggest integrated PR groups in Asia and the largest PR consultancy in Hong Kong.  SPRG was recognised as Financial Consultancy of the Year and Hong Kong Consultancy of the Year by Holmes Report; Asia Pacific Network of the Year by Campaign; and PR Agency of the Year in Asia and Asia Pacific by Stevie. For five times, SPRG has been named a Local Hero in Public Relations in Hong Kong by Marketing.Richard is the Chairman of Public Relations Organisation International (“PROI Worldwide”), the world’s oldest and largest partnership of independent public relations firms.

Tim Wilkinson

Bell Pottinger Middle East
Chairman
Tim Wilkinson - Chairman, Bell Pottinger Middle East. Based in Bell Pottinger’s regional HQ in Dubai, He has specialised in corporate, government and country communications and has advised CEOs, boards and senior government figures. Before joining Bell Pottinger, Tim was director of communications in the Kuwait Prime Minister’s office where he worked on daily media management, strategic communications planning and execution and country marketing projects and prior to that he spent 15 years at The Coca-Cola Company in senior corporate communications roles in Africa, Asia, Europe and the Middle East. He now leads Bell Pottinger’s regional business development and expansion into new markets across the MENA region.

Lisa Williamson

Marina Bay Sands
Vice President of Communications
Lisa Williamson is the Vice President of Communications for Marina Bay Sands. She is part of the founding team of the Integrated Resort, joining the company in March 2009. In her role, she directs the company’s Communications functions, including Media Relations, Social Media, Visual Media, Internal Communications for over 9,500 team members, Executive Communications as well as Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Civic outreach.Under Ms. Williamson’s leadership, the integrated resort has developed its CSR programme, Sands for Singapore. Her priorities for the programme include building a culture of volunteerism among Team Members and identifying and helping portions of the local community that are underserved.  She spearheaded Marina Bay Sands’ signature charity event – the Sands for Singapore Festival, which raised over S$5.4million for over 300,000 beneficiaries in 2015. She also drives many high-profile media and celebrity activities in Marina Bay Sands, including red carpets, international movie premieres and media trips, helping the integrated resort attain its iconic status all over the world through press and social media coverage.

Lisa Wong

L’Oréal Hong Kong
Director of Communication, Public Affairs & Sustainable Development
Lisa Wong is the Director of Communication, Public Affairs & Sustainable Development of L’Oréal Hong Kong. Prior to joining L’Oréal, Lisa has extensive working experience in corporate communications as a consultant, and an in-house executive in the aviation and higher education sectors.

Daisy Zhu

MSLGROUP China
Managing Director
Daisy is the Managing Director of MSLGROUP China managing the business and operations of the agency’s presence across Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou, and Shanghai.Prior to her appointment, Daisy was the General Manager of the Marketing Communications practice at MSLGROUP China, the agency’s largest practice area. As a business manager and practice leader, Daisy oversaw teams delivering strategic counseling and engagement programs for clients including IKEA, Sprite, PUMA, Oakley, Lycra, Electrolux, Timberland, Clarks, ABSOLUT Vokda, Remy Martin, Crocs and Steinway & Sons, etc.Prior to joining MSLGROUP in 2004, Daisy worked for Xinhua News Agency, China’s leading wire service. Her career took off in a major way at Icon Media and McCann Erickson, where she gained extensive experience in international advertising.She was named “Women to Watch” by Campaign Asia in 2016.

Our HR Experts

Lynne Barry

Telstra
Global Head of Learning and Development
Based in Hong Kong, Lynne supports the learning for our 36,000 people across 23 countries. This includes Telstra's Leadership and High Potential programs, and the full spectrum of our professional and technical learning and development. From 2014 to April 2016, Lynne was the Director of HR for Telstra, overseeing the Human Resources (HR) functions across the business in Asia Pacific, Europe and the US. This role covered Hong Kong, Singapore, Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, Malaysia, India, China & Taiwan, Japan, Korea, UK and the US. She lead the full spectrum of Human Resources (HR) functions such as Human Capital Strategy, end to end HR Service delivery, performance management, rewards and recognition, payroll, M&A and integration, diversity, recruiting, employee relations. 

Susie Bates

Constituency Management Group (CMG)
Vice-President, HR & Talent, North Asia
Susie has been living and working in senior organizational development and HR roles in Beijing, China since the Spring of 1981, and was instrumental in the start-up of the UK firm, Rolls-Royce International operations in China, where she held senior roles from 1981 thru to the late 90s. Susie has held senior HR roles in China within Xin De Telecom, a Siemens/CITIC finance leasing joint venture, and, up until the summer of 2011,  was the Vice-President for Human Resources & Recruitment for the United Family Healthcare group, with overall responsibility for the recruitment of healthcare providers, nursing staff and healthcare professionals for the group’s China-wide operations. Susie joined the Interpublic Marketing Services group in Beijing, China in April 2013, where she held the position of Director of Human Resources & Talent with China-wide responsibility providing HR leadership to the group’s six agencies in China, including Weber Shandwick, Jack Morton, Golin Harris, Octagon, DeVries PR and FutureBrand. In June 2016, Susie relocated to the IPG Hong Kong Office, where she now holds a North Asia role covering all six brands across Hong Kong, China, Japan, Korea and Taiwan.

Suyin Enriquez

NBA Asia
Senior Director, Human Resources
As Senior Director, Human Resources, NBA Asia, Suyin Enriquez is responsible for the NBA’s human resources management and recruiting efforts across Asia.Enriquez has more than 20 years of experience in the field. Prior to joining NBA Asia in February 2016, Enriquez served as the Site HR Leader of P&G International Operations in the Philippines, where she was responsible for the overall HR strategy plan working directly with the Leadership Team. Prior to that, Enriquez held positions with Accenture and Deloitte.Enriquez earned a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of the Philippines and a Master’s degree in Business Management from the Asian Institute of Management.

Adele Preston

Woolworths Limited
Head of HR Asia
Adele is Head of HR Asia for Australia's largest retailer, Woolworths Limited.  In this role Adele is responsible for the end to end HR functions within Woolworths global sourcing businesses (Woolworths Supermarkets and Big W) and liquor businesses (Summergate Fine Wines & Spirits, Pudao and Langton's South East Asia) across Hong Kong, China, Thailand and Bangladesh.  Before moving to Asia, Adele lead the Early Careers strategy for Woolworths Group in Australia and prior to Woolworths, lead Emerging Talent globally for Orica, a large mining services company.  Adele has held various HR generalist and specialist roles throughout her career and begun her HR career in the United States with Hyatt Hotels.

Sushmita Roy

Sony Pictures Networks
Assistant VP & Head – Development, Learning, Compensation & Rewards
Sushmita Roy is a seasoned Human Resources professional with rich work experience in some of the best companies in Corporate India. Sushmita is responsible for spearheading the talent development and total rewards strategy for the organization. Sushmita began her career with Right Management and has since then worked across varied portfolios and held senior positions in the Human Resources function with organizations like MTS and Sony Pictures Networks.

Andrew Seah

DB Schenker
Head of Corporate Communications and Environment Affairs
With over 17years of Corporate Affairs, Corporate Development, Strategic Communications, Branding, Marketing and Sustainability experience, Andrew has a holistic and integrated portfolio of corporate communications expertise. As head of corporate communications and environment affairs for DB Schenker in Asia Pacific, he is responsible for all internal and external communications within the region, across the 13,000 employees in over 20 countries (incl Japan, ANZ, ASEAN, India Sub-continent and Greater China). Prior to joining DB Schenker in 2006, Andrew was head of corporate communications and a member of the managing director’s office in the YCH Group of companies (an Asian conglomerate which include companies in logistics, properties, information technology, Insurance, and others).

Steffi Sötebier

Porsche
Vice President Human Resources China
04/2015 – present Vice President Human Resources China, Porsche (China) Motors Ltd., Shanghai 03/2012 – 02/2015 Vice President Human Resources Asia, Brose China Co., Ltd., Shanghai 10/2009 – 02/2012 Global HR-Business Partner CEO/CAO/IO, Bayer Material Science AG, Leverkusen 04/2008 – 09/2009 Head of International Mobility, Bayer Direct Services GmbH, Leverkusen 06/2005 – 03/2008 Head of Expatriate Management Greater China (PR China, Hong Kong and Taiwan), Human Resources Bayer (China) Ltd., Shanghai 07/2004 – 05/2005 Regional Manager Compensation & Benefits and Expatriate Management, Region Asia Pacific, Human Resources Bayer Material Science, Shanghai 10/2003 – 06/2004 Executive Assistant to Head of Regional Human Resources, Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) of sub-group Bayer Material Science, Leverkusen, Germany

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