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CEO, Asia-Pacific Strategy & Communications

Lauren Chung is CEO of Teneo’s Asia-Pacific Strategy & Communications business. She leads the firm’s Strategy & Communications business in Asia-Pacific and is responsible for driving growth across regional offices including, Beijing, Hong Kong SAR, Shanghai, Singapore, and Tokyo.

Lauren has served as COO of Teneo’s Asia-Pacific business since 2017 and has extensive experience advising CEOs and leaders on achieving their strategic goals while navigating high-stakes business and stakeholder engagement situations.

Over the last 15 years, she has advised private, public and social sector leaders on a range of critical affairs, including corporate strategy; environmental, social and governance (ESG) strategy; policy advocacy and public affairs; strategic communications; stakeholder engagement and financial communications.

Lauren is most passionate about working with corporations to strategise, articulate and operationalise business models that seek to create sustainable and inclusive growth for all stakeholders.

Lauren is a Board Director of The Fred Hollows Foundation (Hong Kong), chairs the Women in Business Network at the Australian Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong and sits on a Board Committee for Mother’s Choice.

She holds an eMBA from INSEAD, a Masters of International Business from Monash University and a Bachelor of Arts.

Lauren speaks conversational Mandarin. She lives in Hong Kong with her husband and three children.