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Ms Winnie Ng is Vice-chairperson and Director of the Friends of Bauhinia. She is also Board Member of Transport International Holdings, Kowloon Motor Bus, and Founder and Deputy Chairman of RoadShow Holdings. Ms Ng has received numerous awards and recognition. In 2010, she was named a Woman of Excellence and was selected as one of 60 Meritorious Chinese Entrepreneurs with Achievement and National Contribution. In previous years, she won the Yazhou Zhoukan Young Chinese Entrepreneur Award and was named one of China's 100 Outstanding Women Entrepreneurs. Ms Ng was Mason Fellow of Harvard University, and was the Caring Heart Award recipient.
Ms Ng was appointed as Director of the BFRC in 2007. Since then, she has steered a number of research projects which have led to extensive discussions in the media and public. They include the study on Hong Kong as a creative metropolis, the study on diversity of youth aspirations, and the research series on the ageing population. She has also led Bauhinia study tours to Taiwan with regard to Hong Kong-Taiwan economic ties, and study tours to Guangxi with regard to its economic potential and opportunities in the context of the ASEAN economies.
Ms Ng has years of extensive senior management experience including business development, procurement, insurance, facilities management, marketing and sales, and corporate relations. She founded and spearheaded listing of media company Roadshow Holdings, which business model has been adopted by many companies in Hong Kong, China and over the world.
Active in public service, she is Member of Hospital Authority, Member of Hong Kong Tourism Board, Member of Employees Retraining Board, Council Member of the Better Hong Kong Foundation, Public Relations Committee Member of the Community Chest. She is also involved with a number of other public and community boards.