People & Purpose Theatre

Redesigning Our Value Systems – Wheel of Fortune

Day 1 : 12:10 – 13:10

Our Wheel of Fortune game show returns, with players from diverse business and impact perspectives as they strive to balance People, Planet & Profit – with your input.

Explore and understand the way in which different “systems” –financial, manufacturing, philanthropic – make contrasting decisions.


  • Analyse the way how systems of value measurement and impact management are evolving and converging, across management, reporting, investing & more

Post-Event Actions

  • Learn about changing frameworks to measure and communicate value and impact.Understand how evolutions in private and civil sectors affect each other.


Virginia Wilson

Chief Executive Officer

Leading private and social enterprises for over 25 years in multilateral, culturally diverse environments, Virginia is passionate about bringing to life innovations that impact our society.

Virginia has a demonstrated track record of securing strategic partnerships between corporations, governments, and non-profits to deliver on social impact projects. She started her career in telecommunications, building satellites, and the distribution of free-to-air television across 60 countries in Asia.

Seeing the uptake firsthand, Virginia focused on education, believing that investing in people is the key driver for impactful change. Bringing together diversity and crossing cultural divides is a pathway to create Shared Value in our world, aligning purpose with profit.

After serving on the board of several educational institutions, Virginia is now a member of the Board of Directors of the Adecco Group Foundation in Switzerland a social innovation lab, incubating and accelerating new solutions in the world of work.

Tina Chan

Group Head of Philanthropy

Tina is the Group Head of Philanthropy and leads the Swire Group Charitable Trust (Swire Trust), which is part of the Swire group established in 1816. The Trust supports initiatives in Hong Kong on Education, Marine Conservation and the Arts.

Tina led the TrustTomorrow initiative, which celebrated Swire’s 150th anniversary in Hong Kong through the Group injecting an additional $150 million to the Trust. This initiative has supported over 60 inspirational projects that aim to bring lasting benefits and positive change to the community through. Under her leadership, TrustTomorrow has expanded the Trust’s scope of grant-making to connect the portfolio with operating companies in Swire, as well as mobilising Swire staff in volunteering for the TrustTomorrow NGO partners, delivering over 50 events engaging over 1,000 staff per year. Tina has 15 years of experience in grant-making and charitable foundation management.

Fiona Cumming

Executive Director

Fiona Cumming is the Executive Director at the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals, Hong Kong (SPCA) and joined in February 2022. In her role, she is responsible for the overall leadership and strategic direction of the organisation.

Before the SPCA, Fiona spent 20 years at Goldman Sachs Asia L.L.C and she progressed through a number of different roles. With her extensive experience in bringing clarity to complex situations, Fiona is now leading the SPCA to modernise and refocus the 100+ year old organisation to meet future challenges, enabling it to meet its mission for the next decade and beyond. Her goal is to build a sustainable, forward looking SPCA which possesses the agility to evolve and adapt to a rapidly changing world.

Fiona and her family are the proud owners of their beloved mixed-breed dog, Luna and cats, Truffle and Toffee. All of which were adopted as rescue animals.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Since I joined SPCA I have been promoting the importance of incorporating sustainable ways of working such as focus of waste minimization through a quest for a ‘paperless’ SPCA, increasing recycling and reuse across our operations by upcycling of newspapers, towels etc. Our new centre in Tsing Yi will have solar panels and will be awarded a silver award by the Hong Kong Green Building Council (HKGBC).

Nadira Lamrad

Head of Sustainability

Dr. Lamrad is the Head of Sustainability at Jardine Matheson. Nadira is a corporate responsibility and sustainability practitioner with rich experience advising large multinationals on sustainability and social responsibility strategies, corporate responsibility and sustainability communications through targeted disclosures and reporting, developing relevant governance structures, planning and facilitating stakeholder engagements, improving ESG performance, and identifying performance gaps and action plans to address them.

Surali Siriwardene

Chief of Staff & Head of Strategy

Surali (Su) is responsible for defining and driving the execution of the HSBC Wealth and Personal Banking strategy in Hong Kong, enabling key strategic initiatives including owning the Sustainability and Inclusion agenda across the business. With over 16 years of experience with HSBC, Su has held a number of senior market, region and global roles in Retail Banking, Private Banking & Wealth, Commercial Banking, Operations & Risk Management.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

Enabling our customers and staff to discover their own ESG priorities and support HSBC to be a banking partner that enables our customers and staff members to achieve their sustainability and inclusion ambitions.

Young-Sook Stewart

Head of Talent, APAC Financial Services

Young-Sook is a value-driven, resilient and collaborative business leader delivering in a complex and matrixed organisation.

16 years in EY across multiple geographies, she is currently the Asia-Pacific Financial Services Talent Leader with 10,000 professionals and a key member of the Asia-Pacific Leadership Team. She is solution-oriented, highly inclusive, empathetic team leader, culturally intelligent, a trusted advisor, an inspiring public speaker and a qualified coach.

A strong believer of the three principles of sustainability (people, planet and profit), she has integrated sustainable practices by being a strong advocate of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion, Well-being and Social Equity, while strategically aligning to organizational objectives. Her focus is on driving behavioural change via learning programs, influencing mindsets and preparing employees to address sustainability in all aspects of the business world.

She is also a Board Member for Love21 in Hong Kong.

My Sustainability Goals for 2023:

My personal goal is to foster a more inclusive and equitable work culture where everyone feels a sense of belonging and can be themselves at work.
I am keen to see a world where there is less poverty, hunger and drastic weather patterns, so this year, I will participate in more volunteering programs that have a positive impact on the community and environment and I will encourage my team to do the same.

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