Lisa Moore

Research and Advocacy Manager

The Women’s Foundation



Presentation Title:  Building the Pipeline of Female Talent in STEM: Learnings from Hong Kong


Lisa Moore is Research and Advocacy Manager at The Women’s Foundation. In this role, she manages multiple collaborative research projects and contributes to all aspects of an active events calendar that spotlight gender issues in the Hong Kong community and generates media attention. She also serves as the lead for GirlSpark – an initiative for university female students to encourage them to pursue STEM subjects – in partnership with Microsoft and Ivey Business School. Lisa also contributes thought pieces on gender issues in local magazine and newspaper outlets. Previously, Lisa was a Teaching & Research Fellow at The Chinese University of Hong Kong. Lisa received her M.A. (cum laude) from both Johns Hopkins University and Nanjing University, and her B.A. (magna cum laude) in Ethnic Studies from the University of Richmond.


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Note: TWF’s publications are as follows (these represent TWF and are not Lisa’s personal publications):

2015: Gender Stereotypes in the Hong Kong Media. Available:

2014: Women’s Economic Empowerment through Entrepreneurship in Hong Kong. Available:

2014: Work to do: Women in male-dominated industries in Hong Kong. Commissioned by TWF and conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit. Available:

2013: The Changing Faces of Hong Kong: Women’s Status, 1991 – 2011. Conducted in partnership with Civic Exchange. Available:

2012: A Statistical Profile of Women and Girls in Hong Kong. Conducted in partnership with the Hong Kong Council of Social Service. Available:

2012: Women and Girls in Hong Kong: Current Situations and Future Challenges. Conducted in partnership with the Chinese University of Hong Kong. Available: