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Ms Ho has over 30 years of local and global experience in all areas of human resources management, gained from both local and US multinational companies in a wide variety of industries, including Gap Inc., NCR, Chase Manhattan Bank, Levi Strauss, Hutchison Whampoa and MTL Container Terminal. She was the Regional Head of Human Resources at Gap International Sourcing covering 29 offices worldwide with major presence in Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Korea and Turkey.

Since Ms Ho has left Gap and serves as independent consultant since 2005, she has the privilege of working with major companies in a wide range of industries; such as Imperial Tobacco (Asia) Pte Ltd, Danone Group, FWD Life Insurance, Sanof i Asia, Tetrapak, DBS Bank, MTR, Maxim Group, Royal HK Jockey Club, Li & Fung Trading Ltd., Hysan Development Ltd., Swiss Reinsurance Ltd., The Carlyle Group, Bovis Lend Lease (HK) Ltd., Canon Hong Kong Co., Ltd., Yan Tien Container Terminal, Salvation Army, Hong Kong Society for Protection of Children, Asiamedical Specialists, Melco International Development Ltd., Manulife (Intl) Ltd., Hong Kong Mortgage Corporation, China Southern Fund Management Co., Ltd. and TNT Express (Hong Kong).

Ms Ho specializes in Human Resource Management and Leadership Development. She received her Master of Arts in Human Resource Development from University of George Washington. She is also an accredited trainer of Interaction Management, Performance Management, Targeted Selection and Process Management by DDI, Think On Your Feet Program, Myers Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI), DISC, coach of Action Learning, etc.

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