Discussion on Girls and STEM Education in Hong Kong

Goldman Sachs, 59/F Cheung Kong Centre, 2 Queen’s Road Central
Friday, February 10, 2017
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Registration Deadline: 9th Feb 2017

Goldman Sachs and The Women’s Foundation invite you to join a discussion on February 10 on factors influencing girls and their pursuit of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects, including the launch of a research report and the Girls Go Tech Community Programme. The event falls on the eve of International Day for Women and Girls in Science which celebrates achievements by women and girls in STEM around the world. 

The new study, supported through Goldman Sachs Gives, examines the gender gap in secondary school STEM education and offers suggestions for greater gender balance in STEM subject enrollments at school and university.

Opening remarks will be provided by Jennifer Moyer, Chief of Staff for Asia Pacific Ex-Japan, Goldman Sachs.  Confirmed speakers include:

  • Dr Catherine K.K. Chan – Deputy Secretary for Education, Education Bureau
  • Charles Peter Mok, JP - Member, Legislative Council
  • Dr Dannii Yuen Lan Yeung – Associate Professor, City University of Hong Kong
  • Monica Fung – Vice Principal, Holy Trinity College
  • Su-Mei Thompson - CEO, The Women's Foundation
  • Wenchi Yu – Head of Corporate Engagement for Asia Pacific, Goldman Sachs

Event Details
Date:  Friday, February 10
Time:  12:30pm – 1:30pm
Location: Goldman Sachs, 59/F Cheung Kong Centre, 2 Queen’s Road Central

For inquiries, please email Lisa Moore at Lisa.Moore@twfhk.org.



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