Christine Fang Man-sang is the Chief Executive of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service (HKCSS). Fang started her social work career as a community worker working with marginalized communities and then became a lecturer in social work in the Hong Kong Polytechnic School of Applied Social Studies. Prior to joining HKCSS, she was the Secretary General of Hong Kong Red Cross, accumulating rich experience in both local and international welfare sectors.

Fang also contributes towards the development and promotion of social welfare by means of participating in various government and NGO’s committees. In addition to her involvement in social welfare, Fang sits in various important government policy committees, including Executive Committee of the Commission on Strategic Development, Charities Sub-Committee of the HK Law Reform Commission, Sustainable Development Council, “Digital 21” Strategy Advisory Committee, Independent Police Complaints Council and Lump Sum Grant Steering Committee. Fang also helps in the work of other NGOs, including Hong Kong Press Council, Social Work Advisory Committee of the Hong Kong Baptist University, Advisory Committee of Department of Social Work of the Chinese University of Hong Kong, Centre for Civil Society and Governance of University of Hong Kong as well as the Hon. Advisor of China Association of Social Workers.

Causes Supported:
Animals Protection, Children & Youth, Elderly, Emergency Relief, Environment & Conservation, Family & Communities, Health & Medicine, Human Rights, Disable, Poverty, Education, Women

Source of Information:
Future Enterprise Foundation

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