Diana Tsui heads the Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and Diversity Department at KPMG China and is Chief Executive Officer of the KPMG Foundation. In 2008, she oversaw the establishment of the KPMG Foundation and laid down strategies for the CSR Department, focusing on education and sustainable development to address poverty, diversity and climate change issues. Tsui headed NIKE’s Community Affairs function in Asia Pacific in 1997, where she led the company in bringing positive changes to disadvantage communities. She joined the Mercy Corps in 2002 as Managing Director for East Asia. Tsui has been a Member of the Board of the China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation since 2005 and Honorary Adviser to the Social Science Faculty at the University of Hong Kong since 2008. She holds an Executive MBA from the Chinese University of Hong Kong and a Master’s degree in International Public Affairs from the University of Hong Kong. She was named a Yale World Fellow in 2010.
Diana is also a YGL (Young Global Leader) who helps lead Global Dignity in the China and Hong Kong region.