Companies are now expected to embed social purpose at the center of their corporate strategy to build trust, mitigate risks and drive future growth.

Stacey Chow

Director

Stacey is part of Brunswick’s Business & Society practice in Asia. She focuses on helping companies demonstrate social value alongside financial value, which is increasingly important as a license to operate in society and as a risk mitigation strategy for long-term growth.

Stacey has more than a decade of tri-sector experience in the areas of policy, strategy and public-private partnership in sustainable development in the Asia region.  At Brunswick, she focuses on social purpose-focused reputation strategy, stakeholder engagement, sustainability and corporate social responsibility programs, and thought leadership positioning for senior executives.  Based in Hong Kong, Stacey works with Asian conglomerates, family businesses and entrepreneurs, with clients mainly in the e-commerce, TMT, retail and consumer goods sectors.

Prior to Brunswick Group, Stacey worked at the World Economic Forum and World Bank, and has a background in international development, trade and investment promotion and infrastructure development in Asia.  Stacey has a Master’s degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE) and an undergraduate degree from the University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA). She was a 2012-2015 Global Leadership Fellow at the World Economic Forum.  She is fluent in English, Mandarin and Cantonese, and conversant in French.