Shelley Lee Biography
|Quick facts about Shelley Lee|
|Date of birth :||May 17, 1956|
|Birth Country:||Hong Kong|
Shelley Lee Lai Kuen representing herself a executive officer worked for Hong Kong Government. Born and raised in city of Honkong Lee retired in 2005 from her job in Hong Kong Government. After her retirement from 34 years career, Lee became the permanent Secretary for Home affair. Her input in development of Hong Kong is exemplary and she has own million hearts for her contribution in difficulties
Shelly Lee graduated in English Literature from the University of Hong Kong in Arts Faculty. He has had interest on literature from her childhood and used to participate in various competitions during her school days. She did her Master’s in Public Administration from one of the prestigious university Harvard University Kennedy School of Government. In 2000 Lee studied the Advanced Management Program from Harvard Business School.
Moving on to her professional life, Lee started to serve for Hong Kong Government in 1971 as an Executive Officer. And later on she was transferred to the Administrative Service in 1972. She was promoted to the rank to A1 grade, the rank of Administrative Officer Staff in September 2004. Lee worked with the former Governor Lord Murray MacLehose as the Private Secretary. She is the first women to take on that post. During her Career, Lee has worked in number of positions. From 1986 September to August 1989, she worked for Office of Members of the Executive and Legislative Councils as Deputy Secretary-General. In 1989 she worked as Commissioner for Recreation and Culture for 2 year and in 1991 she became Secretary-General at office of Members of the Executive and Legislative Councils. From February 1993 she served as Deputy Secretary for Health and welfare to 1995. From 1985 August to 2002 June she held position of Director of Home Affairs and in 2002 she served as a Permanent Secretary for Home affairs for two years.
Lee has been also working to promote women’s and children’s right. Carrying feminism, Lee has worked with number of organization for women empowerment. She has also been active in promoting Welfare with the Civil Service. She has experience of working with female senior civil servants such as Anson Chan, Katherine Fok Lo Shiu-ching and Elizabeth Wong. With them she fought for equal remuneration for married women working in the Civil Service.
In March 2012, Lee appeared as a host in a public show of Radio Television. On that show she interviewed Fifty Successful Women in Hong Kong including Rosanna Wong, Elsie Tu and Ann Hui. The first show was aired on RTHK Radio 1 in 2012 April. For her work in public sector, Lee was awarded with Honorary Fellowship from the University of Hong Kong. She also received Gold Bauhinia Star award. Public of Hong Kong considered her as the “Community Godmother” for her work in education, health and welfare sector.
There is no any information about her marital status and relationship. She remains unspoken about her earnings and net worth. No any official account of Lee has been found in Social networking site.