Queenie joined the American Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong as the Assistant Manager of Government Relations and Public Affairs in November 2013. In this role, she supports the Director of Government Relations and Public Affairs in government lobbying by managing and supporting strategic group and committee advocacy activities, conducting research, drafting and editing advocacy documents. She coordinates briefings with delegations from the US Executive Branch and the Congress, as well as business and university briefings. She liaises with both international and local media organizations in managing the logistics for press conferences and Q&A sessions.
Queenie holds a Juris Doctor (J.D.) from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Bachelor of Arts with major in English Language and Literature from the Hong Kong Baptist University. She spent a year in Vancouver where she had an in-depth study in Renaissance and Medieval Literature. In law school, she submitted a dissertation on international cultural heritage law, specifically the restitution of ‘stolen arts’ by museums. Prior to joining the Chamber, she had worked in international and local law firms, and an international auction house.
She speaks English, Cantonese, Mandarin Chinese, German and French.