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In continuously advocating Global Compact’s Ten Principles and promoting transparency in labor standards, environmental impacts, anti-corruption and human rights, she interacted with local business leaders and also pushed for engagements in topics related to food safety, water mandate, and children’s rights.
As a communications expert, Shirley believes that the ultimate goal for any social responsibility work is to influence people and leverage resources to generate a multiplying impact on society. In China, CSR is a new buzz word and in some occasions has been overused or even used in a misleading way. Nonetheless, the concept of CSR is undoubtedly garnering more attention. Shirley aspires to gather a valuable pool of CSR experts and effectively harness the business platform to share ideas and carry out beneficial projects.
Shirley has spent half her life living and studying abroad, particularly in Europe, North America and Australia. She has substantial experience in inter-cultural projects and speaks fluent Mandarin, Cantonese, English and Italian.