Committee of Public Services
Mr. Vladimir Budko
Senior Finance Officer, Economic and Financial Affairs, Embassy of The Russian Federation in PRC
Mr. Vladimir Budko is the Senior Finance Officer, Economic and Financial Affairs of the Embassy of the Russian Federation in People’s Republic of China, Beijing. Prior to Mr. Budko’s appointment in Beijing, he was the attaché, vice-consul of Economic Section of the Consulate General of the Russian Federation in HKSAR from 2010 to 2013.
Mr. Budko joined the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation (Department of Economic Cooperation) in 2010 after several years experience as economist and analyst in the private sector. He received his BA in Economics and Management degree with Honors from Moscow State University.
Mr. Rennie Da Silva
Hong Kong Caring Heart Association
Mr. Da Silva Rennie Leonardo is the Founder and Honourable Treasurer of Hong Kong Caring Heart Association. Mr. Da Silva is also the Founding Member and Honourable Treasurer of University College Dublin Alumni (Hong Kong) Association.
Ms. Nixie Lam
District Councillor, Tsuen Wan District Councillor
Ms. Lam holds the position as the Chairperson of the Coastal Affair Committee at the Tsuen Wan District Council. She is also the vice chairman of the Young DAB and has been appointed by the HKSAR Government as the Commission of Youth committee member
Mr. Derrick Lee
President of The Canadian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong
With over 20 years of experience as a management executive in public and private sector entities from Canada, the US and Hong Kong, Mr. Lee is an expert in spearheading strategic planning, performance management, business development, public relations and governance initiatives.
Ms. Susanna Lee
Ms. Susanna Lee has over 20 years management and teaching experience in tertiary and arts education. Over the past 9 years, she was engaged by a statutory quality assurance authority to head the Research, Consultancy and Training functional area. Major projects under her leadership included Comparative Study of Veterinary Qualifications, development and review of quality assurance model that underpins the Hong Kong Qualifications Framework (HKQF), moderation of industry competency standards, knowledge management, credential recognition, technical feasibility of aligning trade tests under the HKQF, etc.