Goldman School of Public Policy - University of California, Berkeley

Past EPPI Government of Hong Kong Profiles


Fall 2015 


Mr. Damon Wing-leung Au
Mr. Charlson Chung-yan Chiu
Mr. Ronald Leung
Mr. Kelvin Yat-man Lo 
Mr. Kelvin Fu-wai Ma
Mr. Mark Wai-Kwan Woo 
Mr. Leo Chi-hang Yim


 

Spring 2014


CHEUNG Yee-wai, Daniel
HO Wai-yee, Stephenie
HO Wing-kwan, Kimmey
LEE Cho-yi, Joey
LEE Ka-lee, Carrie
WAN Nam-fung, Antony

 

Fall 2015


Mr. Damon Wing-leung Au is a Superintendent of the Hong Kong Police Force.  He is currently the Commander of the Traffic Enforcement and Control Division responsible for enforcing the traffic laws and implementing road diversion during major crowd management events. Mr. AU received his undergraduate degree on Quantity Surveying from the University of Reading, England in 1996 and his post graduate certificate in Police Leadership and Management from the University of Leicester, England in 2008.  He joined the Hong Kong Police in 1997 as an Inspector of Police, promoted to Chief Inspector of Police in 2009 and Superintendent of Police in 2014.  Mr. AU had served in various Police units including Police Tactical Unit, Divisional Criminal Investigation Team, Complaints Against Police Office, Police Licensing Office, Personnel Wing and an operations officer of a Police District. In 2007, Mr. AU attended an Advanced Management Course with the International Law Enforcement Academy at Rosewell, New Mexico. In 2013, he further attended a Senior Leadership Development Programme at the Scottish Police College in Scotland.

Mr. Charlson Chung-yan Chiu is the Senior Administrative Officer (Strategy Development) of the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer.  He joined the Administrative Service in 2010 and has served in the Constitutional and Mainland Affairs Bureau and Home Affairs Department.  Mr. Chiu holds a Bachelor's Degree in English and a Master's Degree in Law.  His interests include hiking, ultimate frisbee and backpacking.

Mr. Ronald Leung joined the Hong Kong civil service in 2010 as a member of its service-wide public administrators. He is currently a senior administrative officer of the Food and Health Bureau, overseeing the implementation of a large-scale electronic platform for the sharing of electronic health records of participating patients among participating public/private healthcare providers in the territory. In the course of securing the latest passage of a relevant bill by the local legislature, he worked out detailed explanations of the initiative and the bill as well as various amendments to the bill necessary for addressing members’ concerns with the inputs from a multi-disciplinary team (including law drafting, IT, clinical practices & data standards, data privacy, publicity and budgeting). Mr. Leung has also served in the Development Bureau, the Home Affairs Bureau and the Transport and Housing Bureau to date, during which he oversaw policies on harbour-front land use planning & development, arts & culture and public transport respectively. He has also worked as a financial auditor in the private sector prior to joining the government. He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge.

Mr. Kelvin Yat-man Lo graduated from the Chinese University of Hong Kong in 2009 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration (Global Business Studies).  After pursuing a career in the banking sector for two years upon graduation, Mr Lo joined the HKSAR Government in 2011 as an Administrative Officer.  He has worked in the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau and Environmental Protection Department, and is now serving in the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau, overseeing the general revenue and tax policy.  Outside of work, Mr Lo is interested in sports and music.  He is looking forward to an exceptional and rewarding experience in UC Berkeley.

Mr. Kelvin Fu-wai Ma joined the Administrative service of the Hong Kong SAR in 2011, after graduation from the Bachelor of Business Administration (Law) programme of the University of Hong Kong.  He has worked in the Home Affairs Bureau and the Transport and Housing Bureau, and is now serving in the Labour and Welfare Bureau overseeing a range of policy matters, including general welfare planning, youth and correctional services, welfare premises and welfare-related funds.  Outside of work he is interested in travelling, gymnastics, badminton, fine food and movies.  He wishes to have a fruitful stay at UC Berkeley and experience the excitement that the US is to offer.

Mr. Mark Wai-Kwan Woo is a Divisional Commander of Hong Kong Customs. He is responsible for formulating operational strategies and policy for providing effective customs clearance service to the traders.  In his present position, there are over 220 staff working under his command.  In 2011-2012, Mark Woo was seconded to the Security Bureau (a policy bureau of HKSARG) as Assistant Secretary.  At that time, he carried out public policy research, analysis and implementation relating to areas of immigration, human trafficking, asylum seekers/torture claimants and transsexual marriage.  He was awarded a commendation from the Secretary for Security in June 2011.  Mark Woo received his Bachelor's degree in computer engineering from the City University of Hong Kong in 1997.  He obtained his Master’s degree in public policy and management in 2007 and Doctorate degree in Business Administration in 2014.

Mr. Leo Chi-hang Yim is the Senior Management Services Officer of the Efficiency Unit under the Chief Secretary for Administration’s Office. He is mainly responsible for conducting management consultancy studies for various government bureaux and departments, ranging from business case assessment, business process reengineering, change management and application of technology.  Mr Yim holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Electrical and Electronic Engineering from the University of Hong Kong, a Bachelor’s Degree in Laws from the Manchester Metropolitan University and a Master’s Degree in Laws from the University of London.

Spring 2014

 


CHEUNG Yee-wai, Daniel:
Mr Cheung is the Systems Manager (IT Operations) of the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer (OGCIO) in Hong Kong.  He has been working as the network infrastructure and security specialist in the Hong Kong Police Force until 2008 when he moved to the programme office of central Internet services (CIS) of OGCIO.  In his current capacity as the programme manager, he is responsible for the formulation of long-term strategies, the development and the promulgation of CIS, which provides central hosting service for some 300 government Internet web sites, and central Internet mail and Internet access services for all government bureaux and departments.  Mr Cheung holds a Bachelor's Degree in Information Engineering from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Master's Degree in Computer Science from the City University of Hong Kong.


 

HO Wai-yee, Stephenie:
Miss HO is a civil engineer by profession.  She have been serving in various government departments since 2003 and involved in many infrastructure projects including sewerage projects and land development projects.  Her involvement in public engagement exercise during the planning stage of these projects also equipped her with experience in promoting government policies and handling public views.  Miss HO holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Civil and Structural Engineering and a Master’s Degree in Environmental Management from the University of Hong Kong.


HO Wing-kwan, Kimmey:
Miss Ho is the Senior Administrative Officer (Strategy Development) of the Office of the Government Chief Information Officer.  She joined the Administrative Service in 2008 and has served in the Commerce and Economic Development Bureau and Home Affairs Department.  Miss Ho holds a Bachelor's Degree in Japanese Studies from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Master's Degree in International Public Affairs from the University of Hong Kong.


LEE Cho-yi, Joey:
I was born and raised in Hong Kong.  My bachelor degree was earned at the University of Hong Kong with majors in Social Sciences and Law.  I joined the Hong Kong SAR Government as an Administrative Officer as soon as I graduated in 2009.  My interests include education and social welfare policies, especially how these policies could resolve structural poverty.  Besides, I am also keen to learn more about the interaction between the visible and invisible hands in a free market.  As for my personal interests, I like performing arts and dancing.  I look forward to beginning my studies at Goldman School of Public Policy and wishing everyone a wonderful stay at UC Berkeley!


LEE Ka-lee, Carrie:
I was born and grew up in Hong Kong.  I got my Bachelor Degree in Business Administration at The University of Hong Kong before working.  Now, I am an Administrative Officer of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region.  Before I came to Berkeley, I was posted to the Transport and Housing Bureau, overseeing various major capital works projects in Hong Kong.  Outside of work I have been singing in an amateur chorus for more than five years where I can make music with a group of passionate music lovers.


WAN Nam-fung, Antony:
I was born and grew up in Hong Kong. Having finished my undergraduate study in civil and structural engineering in the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, I worked in an engineering consultant, namely Ove Arup and Partners Ltd. until 2008 when I moved to the HKSAR Government to pursue my career in civil engineering.  My interests include soccer, hiking etc. I’m also fond of backpack tour and I visited Middle East, Tibet, Inner Mongolia. I look forward to exploring the challenges and exciting moments ahead in California.