The AAA Executive Committee is committed to serve the ACO community
Shannon Chau is a Law student at the London School of Economics and Political Science. After participating in the ACO Careers Program, Shannon felt the urge to contribute and pass on the spirit of mutual help. Dedicated to maintain a close connection among alumni, she sincerely believes that AAA would be a perfect platform for exchange of ideas. As the Chairlady, she will be hosting events .
Jessie LI is a student under the BSocSc (GL) & LLB programme of the University of Hong Kong. Participated in the ACO Career Program in 2017, she gained inspirational enlightenment from the multifarious opportunities from ACO, for instance the overseas university support that determine her career choice. She would like to devote herself in AAA committee board as the Vice-Chairlady to continue facilitate the organisation of supporting activities for our alumni in the foreseeable future.
Daisy Wan is a student of the Physical Education, Exercise Science and Health programme of the Chinese University of Hong Kong. As an alumnus of the 2018 cohort, and the Vice-Chairlady, she is dedicated to promote ACO, where she benefited so much from. She devotes much time in assisting other committees of the AAA to organise events and fostering the bonding among alumni and prospective students. As a person who loves communicating with young people, Daisy is willing to be students' mentors and help them figure out their careers paths.
grace Fong studies Economics and Finance at the University of Hong Kong. She is an alumnus of ACO Careers Program (2019 cohort). Grace is dedicated to forging a strong community of alumni, AAA partners, mentors and prospective students. A proud member of the executive committee, Grace organises networking events, as well as social gatherings for the ACO family. For Grace, the ACO Programme has been a “life-changing experience!” She hopes to give back to ACO by actively participating in all of its events.
MIFFY MOK studies Mathematics and Mathematics Education at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. After participating in ACO Careers Program 2020, she says she gained vital opportunities to learn about different professions and industries. As a member of the ACO family, Miffy feels grateful for the powerful connection between alumni. She is happy to be a member of the AAA Executive Committee to offer new students the support and inspiration she received from ACO and ACO alumni.
Yoyo Tang is a student in the BsocSc (GL)&LLB program at the University of Hong Kong. Yoyo says participating in ACO Careers Program 2019 helped define her long-term life and career goals. ACO’s support has motivated her to continually give back to the organisation and take on the role of AAA Executive Committee member.