Dr. Wendy Lee

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As one of the management team members in the Greater China Region, Wendy is currently working as the Country Sales Manager of Autodesk (HK and Macau) to manage the overall business and operations in HK and Macau, covering sales and marketing strategies, channels and business development. In the past years, she took up different important roles including the Collaboration Business Sales Manager for Greater China Region, and the Regional Manager for Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau. She also serves as committee member of industry professional associations and advisory committee, including a Member of the Enterprise Support Scheme (ESS) Assessment Panel under the Innovation and Technology Fund (ITF)(2015-2017), a Member of Information and Communication Technology Committee of the Scout Association of Hong Kong (2012 –present), the Past Chairman of the BCS (Hong Kong Section) (2012-2013), a Board Member of the Hong Kong Institute of Building Information Modelling (HKIBIM) (2015-2017) and an Executive Committee Member of Hong Kong Information Technology Joint Council (HKITJC) (2017-2018). She is also a media columnist for technology to promote and enhance the creativity, entrepreneurship, STEM and professional status of Hong Kong and foster the development of ICT talents.

Wendy grew up in Hong Kong where she attended St. Paul’s Co-Educational College. Graduated from The University of British Columbia (UBC) in Canada, she holds a bachelor degree of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She also was awarded a Master of Business Administration (MBA) at The University of Leicester and a Doctor of Business Administration (DBA) at the University of South Australia with research topic related to the Building Information Modelling (BIM) technology adoption in Hong Kong. Wendy also holds the Licentiate of the Trinity College of Music London (LTCL) in piano performance and she is a song composer with over 40 published pop songs.


Shadow a CEO Programme:
Gary Liu   Albert Wong   Olivier Blum   Dr. Wendy Lee

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