Bosco Leung

Bosco Leung

MTR Corporation Limited

Social Responsibility Lead

Bosco Leung currently holds the position of Social Responsibility Lead at MTR. He commenced his career at the company as a management trainee, bringing with him over 15 years of experience acquired in Hong Kong, Mainland China, and the UK. Bosco gained widespread recognition for his contribution in launching the MTR Mobile app series, which received over 20 regional and local awards during the early stages of his professional journey.

Bosco has been at the forefront of various corporate innovation initiatives within the Corporate Strategy and Global Innovation departments. His remarkable accomplishments include pioneering collaborations such as the #propUP corporate accelerator program, internal startup weekends, global innovation exchanges for overseas hubs, and the development of MTR’s first internal startup named “Doughnut Bus.”

Bosco actively supports the community by serving as a mentor and judge in programs like SIE fund, Jumpstarter’s IdeaPOP!, JA Company Program, and the DBS Foundation Social Enterprise Capacity Building Program. He has been invited as a speaker to events such as Service Design Hong Kong, “StartmeupHK” festival, Alibaba Entrepreneurship Fund’s “Jumpstarter”, and the Hong Kong Design Center’s “Unleash” Design thinking Forum.

Since joining the ESG team in 2022, Bosco has focused on driving multiple social programs and sponsorships while shaping MTR’s social priorities. He has spearheaded various new initiatives, including MTR’s inaugural Social Inclusion Week, the ESG Project Allies Programme in collaboration with NGOs and Social Enterprises to drive impact, the Gender Equity Network and Male Allies Program, the “EmpowerZ” traineeship pilot scheme for ethnic minorities and people with disabilities, ‘Train’ for Life’s Journey 2.0 with Social Innovation Challenge, and the establishment and management of MTR’s Internal ESG Fund.


My Sustainability Goals for 2024:

1. To develop improved metrics for managing and measuring social impacts more effectively.
2. To foster a collaborative community where individuals from diverse sectors can join forces and collectively drive positive changes together.
3. To explore programs that address both social and environmental impacts simultaneously.