27 May 2020
2020 DIAN China Link Roundtable 1
Learn the latest challenges and opportunities of diversity and inclusion in China
At the session we will provide key D&I updates from China and discuss the Asian perspective on a specific topic. More details to follow.
This event is open to DIAN China Link representatives only. To register, please get in touch with the team.
27.05.203 - 4pm (UTC+8)Add to calendar 27-05-2020 02:30 PM 27-05-2020 04:30 PM 2020 DIAN China Link Roundtable 1 Learn the latest challenges and opportunities of diversity and inclusion in China Asia/Shanghai
Tina ArcillamoreHead, Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network, Community Business
Cora MokmoreProgramme Manager, Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network, Community Business
Head, Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network, Community Business
Tina was lauded for her student activism and her work on various official and student-led publications when she studied in university. She was also awarded the Gerry Roxas Leadership Award, a national accolade for young leaders in the Philippines.
Prior to joining Community Business, Tina was a corporate governance advocate working with the Institute of Corporate Directors (ICD) of Philippines. There she managed ICD Fellows membership, updated Professional Directors Programme, developed bespoke board governance tools for a major bank, and helped organise the 2009 OECD Asian Roundtable.
Graduated from the University of Asia and the Pacific in Manila, Philippines, Tina holds a Bachelor degree of Arts in Political Economy. She is fluent in English.
Programme Manager, Diversity and Inclusion in Asia Network, Community Business
Prior to joining Community Business, Cora was a consultant in global public relations firms, working with multinationals in technology and transportation. There she developed locally relevant initiatives from global corporate messages, facilitated an award-winning non-profit campaign for a technology giant, and devised a youth engagement programme for a major transport operator.
Graduating from the University of Hong Kong, Cora holds a bachelor’s degree of arts in English Studies and Comparative Literature and a master’s degree of social science in Psychology. She is fluent in Cantonese, English and Mandarin.