Dr WONG, Mei-chi Macy
Head of Employability Services and Senior Lecturer
BCom; BCom (Hons); MMgt (Monash); DBA (Newcastle)
Teaching and Scholarly Interests: Corporate Social Responsibility; Entrepreneurship; Higher Education; International Business; International Human Resource Management; Managerial Decisions; Marketing Management; Strategic Management
Dr Macy Wong is the Head of the CPCE Employability Services Office (CESO) and a Senior Lecturer in the Division of Business and Hospitality Management. She was a recipient of the 2018/19 CPCE Outstanding Service Performance/Achievement Award.
After working in the business consultancy and commercial fields for several years, Dr Wong pursued her career in academia. Her academic training in Business Administration from Monash University and University of Newcastle leads her to interdisciplinary fields of research and teaching. Her research and teaching interests are in the fields of Strategic Management, International Business, Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management and Higher Education. Her researches have been published in reputable peer-reviewed international journals. She has also presented her papers in international academic conferences.
As the Head of CESO, Dr Wong is committed to leading the CESO in providing all-round employability services and employment related activities beneficial to students’ career development. Dr Wong enjoys working in teams for projects funded by the Research Grants Council as well as leading the Quality Enhancement Support Scheme (QESS) projects related to industrial attachment. Throughout 2017-2022, Dr Wong successfully sought over HK$16 million from the QESS, enhancing students’ employability and strengthening the school’s industry connections through various employability and entrepreneurship services, activities and events including the Career Fair, Annual Employability Forum, various Placement & Scholarship Programmes, and Start-up Starter Programme, etc. The QESS 2020 Project on Global-WIE will also support students’ experiential learning through organising overseas activities such as internships and tours.