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Asian University for Women Support Foundation

Member Since: 2023


Street: 1703 Wing On Centre, 111 Connaught Road
Profile: Based in Hong Kong since 1997, Lynne Anne Davis has over two and a half decades of reputation management and communications experience leading agencies, global growth initiatives, counselling executive-level clients across public and private sectors, and driving business development. Lynne Anne has served since 2015 as founding Board Chairwoman of the Hong Kong Support Foundation for the Asian University for Women (AUW) in Bangladesh, which seeks to educate a new generation of leaders from 18 countries across Asia and the Middle East by identifying extraordinary women from some of its most marginalized communities and equipping them to not only to transform their own lives but also the world, with the active support of AUW Chancellor Cherie Blair. She also sits on AUW’s Board of Trustees, which is responsible for governance of the institution. For global consultancy FleishmanHillard, Lynne Anne served as Asia Pacific President & Senior Partner and member of the global Leadership Cabinet from 2001 to 2023 with a dual role as President, Growth & Development, Asia Pacific, for Omnicom Public Relations Group from 2019 to 2023. Having won numerous awards and recognition for leadership excellence, She is a sought-after speaker and commentator on industry trends and issues. At the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity, Lynne Anne served on the prestigious Titanium Lions Jury and was Chairman of the PR Lions Jury, in addition to moderating one of the most popular programs on the festival schedule in 2019, with celebrated Japanese tidying expert and Netflix star, Marie Kondo, on the Palais’ main stage. She earned the Financial Times Non-Executive Director Diploma, which is a formally accredited, post-graduate level qualification based on the Corporate Governance Code, covering all aspects of successfully running a company and assessing risk and the important role NEDs play in maximizing value and ensuring long-term sustainability. Lynne Anne holds a bachelor of journalism degree, cum laude, from The University of Missouri’s well-respected School of Journalism. She is a member of the American Club of Hong Kong and Ocean Reef Club in the US. She is raising two adventuresome teenage boys who love baseball and playing in a rock ‘n roll band.


Board Chairman, Asian University for Women Hong Kong Support Foundation