Director & Sr. Consultant
Hong Kong, SAR
As someone autistic (as well as ADHD), Noelle is especially aware of the importance of neurodivergent voices being heard and valued.
Noelle spent the first part of her career (fifteen years) in corporate environments developing, implementing, and managing global programs in governance, corporate strategy, privacy, security, training, and risk management for some of Canada's largest financial institutions and government agencies like E-Health Ontario, CIBC, and Sun Life Financial. Since then, Noelle has worked as a management consultant and has volunteered extensively in wildlife rehabilitation and social justice causes.
She now lives in Hong Kong and uses her knowledge, experience, and talent to help organizations design, build, and implement DE&I and neurodiversity initiatives both locally and globally.
University of Oxford, Said Business School
Executive strategy program
Driving business strategy within complex business environments.
King's College London
Psychology and neuroscience of mental health (Graduate/L7). Comprehensive and integrated exploration of the psychological and neuroscientific basis of mental health.
Human resource management concentration: strategic and tactical management perspectives in the context of today’s diverse, global business environment.
Oklahoma State University
B.Sc. Honors, Economics
B.A. Honors, History
Minors: Ancient & medieval history; Classical studies; and, Latin