TWF & the Oxbridge Women’s Network present an inspirational evening with Andy Yee of Google
The topics covered by Andy’s talk will include:
- His career since leaving Cambridge
- Google’s culture of innovation
- Whether Hong Kong has what it takes to be a global hub for innovation and entrepreneurship
About the Speaker
Andy Yee is the Policy Lead for Hong Kong and Taiwan within Google’s Public Policy and Government Affairs team, with responsibility for internet policy issues including innovation, copyright, privacy, security and freedom of expression. He is a member of the Digital, Information & Telecommunications Committee of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, and a Councilor of the Hong Kong Information Technology
Before joining Google, Andy was a researcher at the Political Section of the European Union Delegation to China in Beijing, and a former investment banker at UBS and Crédit Agricole. He holds Masters and Bachelor degrees in Information Engineering from the University of Cambridge, and a Masters degree in East Asian Studies from the School of Oriental and African Studies, University of London.
Like all OWN initiatives, this talk is open to all Oxford and Cambridge alumni – male and female, as well as to anyone else interested in hearing from inspiring speakers on a broad range of topics. All proceeds from the event will go towards The Women’s Foundation’s Scholarship Fund to send deserving Hong Kong students to pursue the MPhil in Gender Studies at Cambridge University.
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