About the event
Ovarian and cervical cancer are among the top 10 cancers causing death in Hong Kong. Every other day one woman dies of cervical cancer in Hong Kong.
Along with most gynaecological cancers, cervical cancer has very little or no symptoms at all at the early stages, therefore making it very difficult to detect without regular screenings. HPV vaccination and screenings are playing a vital role in protecting against cervical cancer. The seminar will cover risk factors for gynaecological cancer, signs and symptoms of gynaecological cancer for early detections and how KLF’s programs seek to address preventative shortfalls in HK ( especially with underprivileged communities)
5th Floor, Eaton House, Champion Tower (former Citibank Tower), 3 Garden Road, Central, Hong Kong
Arrival & check-in
Katharina joined the Karen Leung Foundation as Executive Director in January 2017 and leads all aspects of the Foundation’s operations, fundraising efforts and development.
Katharina has extensive experience in working with both public and financial sector companies in the areas of fundraising, advocacy and marketing communications. Being a passionate advocate for philanthropic causes around women’s and family health as well as education, she has served on several philanthropic committees and foundation boards. She applies her acquired skills of both for-profit and non-profit work together with her global network to the Foundation and its growth.
Healthcare Program Manager
Judy Li joined the Foundation as Healthcare Program Manager in 2017.
Judy began her career as a registered nurse in Canada, serving in the community and the operating theatre after receiving her Bachelor of Science in Nursing from Ryerson University in Toronto. She also holds a Master of Public Health from The Chinese University of Hong Kong.
Several post graduate diplomas & appointments had her spend time at the Institute of Tropical Medicine in Antwerp, Belgium and as Community Health Officer for disaster relief in China and Nepal to name a few. In addition, Judy has great experience working with charitable organizations in low- and middle- income settings around the world, where she has deployed her expertise in the areas of health promotion of maternal and child health.
After having spent most of her life abroad, Judy recently found her way back to Hong Kong and she looks to bring positive change to the Hong Kong community by applying her knowledge and international experience to KLF. Judy now lives in Hong Kong with her husband and young daughter.