As Managing Director, Andrew is responsible for managing the daily operations of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort as well as driving business growth of the resort. Prior to joining Disney, Andrew, who is a marketing veteran in the region, was Deputy General Manager and Marketing and Sales Director for COFCO Coca-Cola Beverages Limited and was responsible for Coca-Cola marketing and sales functions across China.
In his role as the Chief Financial Officer, Andy is responsible for the overall financial management of the Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, including financial planning, controllership, treasury, business development and sourcing and procurement. He interacts with the Resort's partners in the Hong Kong government as well as manages key relationships, including those with alliance partners and operating participants. Before joining Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in July 2013, he was Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of Shanghai Disney Resort. Andy joined Disney in 2005 as Vice President, Finance and Business Planning, and has held various finance roles of increasing responsibility for Walt Disney Parks and Resorts.
Linda rejoined Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in July 2013 as Vice President, Public Affairs, to oversee government relations, external relations, community relations, media relations and internal communications. Linda has a wealth of experience in media, communications and government administration. In her previous role as Political Assistant to the Secretary for the Environment of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government, she advised the Secretary on the formulation and implementation of environmental and energy policies. She was Director of Government Relations for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort from 2007 to 2008. Her previous experience included Political Reporter, China News Editor and News Editor of South China Morning Post, and Administrative Officer of the HKSAR Government.
As Vice President, Operations, Damien Lee is responsible for the operations, engineering and safety of the Hong Kong Disneyland park. He has been a key leader at Hong Kong Disneyland since pre-opening and has played an integral part of the Resort's success. Damien joined Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in May 2004 and has served in positions including General Manager, Hotel Operations and Director, Staffing and HR Services.
Maple has been with Hong Kong Disneyland Resort since March 2007 and is responsible for developing and implementing Hong Kong Disneyland Resort's marketing plan, specifically, consumer segmentation, advertising, publicity, alliance and direct marketing, and strategic planning. Prior to joining Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Maple worked with Johnson & Johnson for seven years where she held various senior positions at the local, regional and Greater China level.
Peter Lowe joined Hong Kong Disneyland in January 2004 as General Manager, Hotel Operations. In October 2009, he was appointed to his current position as Vice President, Hotel Operations, F&B and Business Solutions & Events. Currently, Peter serves as Vice President, Operations and is responsible for hotel operations, food and beverage operations, merchandise and environmental affairs. A seasoned hotelier with more than twenty five years of experience in the industry, Peter has worked in various locations around the world including England, Indonesia and Hong Kong.
Terruce joined Hong Kong Disneyland Resort in August 2010 as Director, Travel Trade Sales. In September 2011, he was appointed to his current position as Vice President, Sales and Distribution Marketing. Terruce leads the sales functions of Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and is responsible for developing and implementing sales and related marketing strategies that continue to deliver great business results. This includes oversight of travel trade sales, digital business, MICE activities, Disney Youth Programs, Fairy Tale Weddings and social catering, and marketing programs for these business units, and the Disney Reservation Center. Prior to joining Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, Terruce worked for the Hong Kong Tourism Board for 8 years.
In her role as Vice President of Human Resources, Christine is responsible for the overall Human Resources strategy for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort including Compensation and Benefits, Staffing, Learning and Development, Human Resources Services and Human Resources Systems. She was one of the first Cast Member to be hired at Hong Kong Disneyland Resort and joined the team in 2001 as Director of Learning and Development at the resort.
Raina rejoined Hong Kong Disneyland in February 2013 as Assistant Chief Counsel - Head of Legal. She is responsible for providing strategic legal advice and direction to the management team, implementing corporate legal and compliance policies and developing necessary local policies, and providing legal support on corporate, commercial, employment, intellectual property and general litigation-related matters. She served as Assistant Chief Counsel - Head of Legal from December 2007 through June 2011, when she left Hong Kong Disneyland and joined Shanghai Disney Resort. Before joining Hong Kong Disneyland, Raina had worked in private practice for nine years as a litigator.
As Director, Entertainment & Costuming, David is responsible for all aspects of development, production and operations for shows, events and costuming at Hong Kong Disneyland. David leads the creative development, production, show operations and entertainment services teams. Before joining Disney, David was the founder and Executive Producer of his own company which was established in 2009. His latest project was "Mamma Mia! China" and David was responsible for producing the Chinese language version of "Mamma Mia!" on behalf of the original producers.
In his capacity as Director, Head of Project Management at Walt Disney Imagineering, Ian is responsible for all operational and business aspects of the Imagineering team in Hong Kong. His career with Disney began in 1987 where he worked as a Purchasing Manager responsible for Show and Ride contracts on Euro Disneyland. He relocated from Disneyland Paris Resort to Hong Kong in 2002 to work as Project Director for the construction of Tomorrowland before assuming his current responsibilities.
Kelly provides overall creative direction for Hong Kong Disneyland Resort, including all attractions and guest areas. Collaborating with a whole manner of design experts, Kelly works closely with the Hong Kong Disneyland operating teams to create and maintain a magical experience for all the Resort's Guests. Prior to joining Walt Disney Imagineering, Kelly established significant international expertise working on a variety of entertainment developments, theme parks and hotels in the US, Spain, India and Southeast Asia.