Cindy Cheng joined Civic Exchange in 2015 to drive the organisation’s business goals, set the fundraising strategies, and develop partnerships with key stakeholders and supporters. Her career spans across both the private and the third sector such as the Hong Kong Convention & Exhibition Center, Hongkong Telecom, WWF, Earthwatch Institute and Asia Society. Ms Cheng holds a bachelor’s degree in business administration from the Ohio State University.
Joyce Lau joined Civic Exchange in late 2016, bringing both news media and NGO experience to the team. She had previously spent a decade as an editor and writer at the New York Times, based in Hong Kong. She is also the former director of the Human Rights Press Awards. A Montreal native, Ms Lau read literature at McGill University and was a fellow at Oxford’s Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism.
Cosmo Lo, who joined Civic Exchange in 2017, manages the organisation’s website and social media channels. Before joining the communications team, he worked and volunteered for various NGOs in both Hong Kong and Britain. Mr Lo holds a bachelor’s degree in media and communications from the University of Sussex.
Steven Molyneux-Webb joined Civic Exchange in 2015 to add finance experience and commercial perspective to the team. After six years in London, as an auditor and deals analyst, he moved to Hong Kong with John Swire & Sons to focus on financial planning and building investment cases within the aviation and retail industries. Mr Molyneux-Webb holds a Master of Arts degree from Oxford University and is a UK-trained chartered accountant.