As the Director of Global Partnerships and Advocacy in AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Loretta is responsible for the development of AIDS advocacy strategy and identifying new partnerships for 33 countries around the world. Before joining the AIDS Healthcare Foundation, Loretta was the Chief Executive of a Hong Kong based NGO, AIDS Concern, where she began solid experience in organisation management, including strategic planning and development, governance, programme development and management, financial management, human resources management, fundraising, NGO & government collaboration and stakeholder relationship.
Her current position as Board Member and previously Alternate Board Member (May 2011 to June 2013) in the Developing Country NGO Delegation to Board of The Global Fund to fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria has also enhanced her knowledge and handling of multi-lateral collaboration in aid-programmes on the national level. She specializes in the areas of governance reform, risk management and helps to ensur that the voices of civil society organisations in developing countries are heard at the global health policy-making level. In Nov 2013, she was elected as the Vice-chair of the Implementer Bloc of the Board of Global Fund, leading 10 implementer constituencies from developing countries.
Loretta has excellent interpersonal skills and strong leadership in organization and team settings. She has a positive mindset and is willing to learn new knowledge and skills. She is sensitive to the diverse needs of affected populations at country level and ready to defend their needs, human dignity and rights. She is strong in communication and can engage with people from all walks of life and diverse cultural backgrounds.
COUNTRY: HONG KONG