Governance Professional Mentorship Programme x Student Ambassadors Programme networking event - 2030 Sustainable Development Goals Game

  • Saturday 08 Jun 2024

  • 10.00am–12.30pm

  • English, supplemented with Cantonese

  • HKMA, 2/F, Pico Tower, 66 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

  • HKCGI Member, Graduate, Student


The Institute is organising a joint networking event for mentors and mentees of the 2023/2024 Student Ambassadors Programme (SAP) and 2024 Governance Professional Mentorship Programme (GP Mentorship Programme).

The Sustainable Development Goals (SDG), also known as the Global Goals, were adopted by the United Nations in 2015 as a universal call to action to end poverty, protect the planet, and ensure that by 2030 all people enjoy peace and prosperity.

In this event, participants will understand how their decisions and actions may affect Hong Kong, APAC and even the world in a simple and interesting way through the ‘2030 Sustainable Development Goals Game’.

The SDG Game will activate participants’ natural instincts to set their aim toward a worthy goal, building confidence and making it enjoyable. They will also be inspired and motivated to participate in creating a sustainable world.

Free registration, enrol now!

Speaker’s biography
Ms Leona Wan is a leadership learning facilitator and executive coach with a mission to promote and sustain her clients’ successes. She specializes in inspiring her clients to be their personal best with a warm and open style. Her expertise and key interests focus on adaptive leadership, personal and team transformation, emotional intelligence, resilience and sustainability.

Enrolment deadline:

Friday 31 May 2024


1. This training is set out for mentors and mentees of 2024 Mentorship Programme.

2. Enrolment is on a first-come-first-served basis.

3. No CPD point will be awarded for attending this networking event.

4. To safeguard the health of participants, participants with any of the following circumstances are not encourage to join:
- Fever;
- Presence of symptoms of novel infectious disease.

For enquiries, please contact the Membership Section: 2881 6177 or email:


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