‘Alumni Perspectives’ Webinar Series
Alumni Relations looks forward to welcoming our next speaker in the ‘Alumni Perspectives’ Webinar Series on Wednesday 29 June at Noon (UTC) / Middle East (Dubai) 3pm (UTC + 3) / Asia (Hong Kong, Shanghai and Singapore 7pm (UTC+7)
Our speaker is alumnus – Ruby O (MBA 2019), Director of Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) of a gaming-integrated resorts group that honoured the most Forbes five-star awards in the world. She drives the adoption of environmentally friendly and socially responsible operation practices and demonstrate sustainable luxury is achievable.
One of her projects was a world class pioneering data-driven insights approaches with AI monitoring technology developed by Winnow, UK to track and measure food waste in operation. This initiative has gained the group various reconciliations and awards including The Travel & Leisure Global Vision Awards 2021 for taking strides to develop more sustainable and responsible travel products, practices, and experiences.
Ruby will discuss ‘Food Sustainability from a Hospitality Perspective’.
Ruby has over 15 years working experiences of practical knowledge in food safety, quality and management with international food service operators and extensive pre-opening experiences of integrated resorts.
She actively engages and participates in the community in promoting food literacy, responsible production and consumption and SDGS in a vision of transforming local action into global impact.
Ruby is a Fellow of the Chartered Institute of Environmental Health (UK), a Certified Instructor of food safety, natural education and sustainability topics, and also a vocational food safety trainer for local government.
Ruby is currently the Alliance Manchester Business School Alumni Association of China Honorary Secretary for 2021/2022 and was a Board Member from 2020/2021.
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