Ms Virginia Choi J.P., F.I.H.R.M. (HK), F.H.K.I.o.D.
Executive Council Member, Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management (HKIHRM)
Chairperson, Continuing Professional Development Alliance
Managing Consultant and Country Manager, Tamty McGill Consultants International Ltd
Virginia Choi Wai Kam JP is Managing Consultant and Country Manager of Tamty McGill Consultants International Limited. She has been instrumental in promoting the profession of human capital management and was the first female President of the Hong Kong Institute of Human Resource Management from 2001 to 2005. She is now Executive Council Member of the HKIHRM and Advisor of Learning and Development Committee. She is recently granted the Excellent HR Leader Award of HKIHRM HR Excellence Award 2019/20. She was awarded an Honorary Fellowship of The Open University of Hong Kong.
Virginia has been active in participating and contributing in various committees and councils. She is Chairperson of Continuing Professional Development Alliance. She also served as Chairman of Human Resources Committee and Council member of The Open University of Hong Kong. In her past tenure as Chairman of the HKSAR Government’s Pay Trend Survey Committee and a part-time member of the Central Policy Unit, she played a pivotal role in the formulation of policies related to manpower resources development in Hong Kong. Her commitment to public and community service to a multitude of government agencies and statutory bodies over the years, such as Standing Commission on Civil Service Salaries and Conditions of Service, Public Service Commission, Equal Opportunities Commission, Manpower Development Committee of Education Bureau, Hong Kong Housing Authority and Employees Retraining Board.
With an unrivalled passion for helping the younger generation to flourish and attain their maximum potential, she has been actively involved in different capacities in the Careers Advisory Board of The University of Hong Kong, Advisor of The Business Students’ Union of Hong Kong University of Science and Technology Students’ Union and mentors for the Open University of Hong Kong.