Non-Executive Directors (non-official)
Mr Andy Ho Wing-cheong, MH
Mr Andy Ho is the Adviser to Mainland Affairs Office of the Hong Kong Federation of Youth Groups (HKFYG). He is also a Member of the 14th National Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference.
Mr Ho serves as a Non-Executive Director of the Urban Renewal Authority, Non-official Member of both the Social Welfare Advisory Committee and the Human Resources Planning Commission of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government.
Previously, Mr Ho served as a Member of the Consultation Panel of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority, an elected Executive Committee Member of the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, and a Director of the Dragon Foundation, who has a long-term commitment to nurture young people of Chinese origin worldwide to be leaders of tomorrow.
He retired from the Executive Director of the HKFYG after over 36 years of service. This is a reflection of Mr Ho’s passion and dedication in the pursuit of relevant, beneficial and quality services for young people that result in social impact. He has long been committed to developing volunteer partnerships, especially intergenerationally in local neighbourhoods. With an eye to the future, he has always stressed the importance of equipping young people with future skills and creativity to meet both opportunities and challenges, with a strong foundation in intellectual, emotional and physical wellness. Ultimately, Mr Ho believes that all young people be afforded every opportunity that encourages them to good citizenship as responsible, caring and serving members of the community and country.
Mr Ho is a Registered Social Worker in Hong Kong, with a Master of Arts degree from the Hong Kong Polytechnic University and a Bachelor of Social Science Honours degree from the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Mr Ho has extensive management experience and a life-long commitment to serving young people, and has tirelessly worked for their whole person development.
He was awarded the Medal of Honour in 2023 in recognition of his dedicated and valuable contributions to community service, particularly in serving the youth and underprivileged students.
Term of Office: 1/5/2019 - 30/4/2025
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