Liza Green, Co-Founder, Director & Secretary
Liza is from South Africa and studied at the University of Cape Town where she was involved in community outreach programs operating in the nearby townships. She is a qualified stockbroker with a background in Training and Development and HR and has worked in South Africa (for Liberty Life), Malta and Hong Kong . Since arriving in Hong Kong in 2002 she has worked as a freelance English trainer and completed CSR assignments for Credit Suisse and UBS. She is currently part of the Corporate Citizenship team for the Asia Pacific region at Credit Suisse. Liza has traveled extensively in Asia and is settled in Hong Kong with her husband Chris and three children. She is passionate about giving something back to the region and is committed to growing New Day into a successful bridge between her community and the less fortunate communities in Asia . You can contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher Green, Co-Founder & Director
Chris is from the US. After obtaining a masters in International Finance from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy at TUFTS University he worked with Citigroup in New York for five years and moved with them to Hong Kong in 2001. He is currently HSBC’s Head of Export Finance for Asia Pacific, based in Hong Kong. Chris began traveling in Asia after completing his undergraduate degree and returned frequently to the region before settling here permanently. He in enthusiastic about growing New Day into a force for good in Asia and has a particular interest in micro-finance and sustainable development. You can contact him on email@example.com.
Emily Richley, Membership and Accounts Executive
Emily was born and raised in Canada. Her education includes an Honours Business Degree from Richard Ivey School of Business at Western University. She has over a decade of corporate buying and marketing experience with Canadian Tire and Techtronic Industries respectively. Emily runs all the accounting and membership for New Day. As a permanent resident of Hong Kong, along with her husband David and two children, Emily is committed to fostering compassion for disadvantaged women and girls in Asia. You can contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org.