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孟淑娟

出自香港新聞網 - 樹仁新傳系學生實習習作

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孟淑娟女士於2012年8月正式上任為亞洲協會香港中心行政總監,她亦曾經為本中心遷往金鐘現址時擔任事務顧問。孟女士曾於美國紐約工作長達十年,期間亦掌管管理層的工作。

在美國期間,孟女士曾出任美國華人博物館 (The Museum of Chinese in America)總監一職,領導這有30年歷史的機構之拓展項目。於任內時,她成功地把該機構由一家華人組織轉成為具國家規模的博物館,以保存美國華僑的歷史文化作出重大的貢獻。孟女士亦曾任百人會(Committee 100)之行政總監,該會是由世界著名華人建築師貝聿銘及國際知名大提琴家馬友友所創立的非牟利華人機構。 由1986到1995期間,孟女士為Asia Group俄亥俄州發展部擔任貿易專員一職,後轉升為部門經理。由於表現出眾,她在1992年更被躍升為東南亞業務駐香港董事經理,繼續致力推廣中、美兩地的商貿發展。期後於1995至2002期間,孟女士曾替恒隆集團服務。

孟淑娟女士畢業於美國俄亥俄州立大學,其後取得由美國西北大學凱洛管理學院(Kellogg School of Management)及香港科技大學聯合頒發的工商管理碩士(雙主修)學位。


S. Alice Mong

S. Alice Mong became the Executive Director of Asia Society Hong Kong Center (ASHK) in August of 2012. Worked in New York for a decade and prior to taking up the senior management position, Ms. Mong played the role of Consultant to Asia Society Hong Kong Center before moving to the new site in Admiralty, Hong Kong.

Prior to returning to Hong Kong, Ms. Mong was the Director of the Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) from July 2009 till June 2011, overseeing the entire expansion project of the 30-year old organization. Ms. Mong stepped down as the Director of MOCA in July 2011 after successfully transforming the museum from a New York Chinatown institution to become the leading national museum, dedicated to preserving the history and culture of Chinese people and presenting to the descents born and raised in the United States. Ms. Mong also served as the Executive Director for the Committee of 100 in the United States, a non-profit membership organization formed by a group of distinguished Chinese-American professionals. The organization was founded by the world-class architect, I.M. Pei and an internationally famed cellist, Yo-Yo Ma.

From 1986 to 1995, Ms. Mong began her career as a Trade Specialist and later became Manager at Asia Group, International Trade Division, Ohio Department of Development and based in Hong Kong. She was responsible to help build a strong coalition of support among Ohio legislatures, business and educational communities on issues pertaining to Sino-Ohio activities. In 1992, she was promoted to become Managing Director of the State of Ohio Office of East/Southeast Asia based in Hong Kong, overseeing trade and business promotions for the State of Ohio. Ms Mong also worked for Hang Lung Property Group from 1995 to 2002.

Graduated at The Ohio State University, Ms. Mong later acquired an Executive MBA (joint degree) at the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University and Hong Kong University of Science and Technology.

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