Mrs Eva CHENG Li Kam-Fun, JP


    Mrs Eva Cheng Li Kam-Fun is President of Our Hong Kong Foundation. Born and educated in Hong Kong, she holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) and an MBA from The University of Hong Kong, and an Honorary Doctorate in Business Administration from The Open University of Hong Kong.

    Mrs Cheng was Executive Vice President of Amway Corporation and Regional CEO of Amway Greater China & Southeast Asia. She has also served as an independent non-executive director on the boards of various multinational corporations. She was twice named “World’s 100 Most Powerful Women” by Forbes magazine in 2008 and 2009 and “China’s 25 Most Influential Businesswomen” by Fortune magazine (Chinese edition). Under her stewardship, Amway China was among the “Top 100 Foreign-Invested Companies in China” for seven consecutive years; it was also named one of “The Most Influential Multinational Corporations in China” five times by China Business Network (CBN).

    Mrs Cheng is an active participant in public and community service. Under her leadership, Amway China initiated a range of nationwide community activities focused on children’s welfare and environmental sustainability, earning multiple accolades including a three-time recipient of the China Charity Award — the highest honor bestowed by the Chinese Government — and a four-time honoree on the list of “The Most Responsible Enterprise.” Mrs Cheng is Founding Chair of Amway Charity Foundation, established as the first non-public foundation by a multinational corporation and under the direct supervision of the Chinese Ministry of Civil Affairs in China.

    Her previous roles in community service include: Executive Committee Member of the All-China Women’s Federation (2008-2018); Board Member of the China Children & Teenagers’ Fund (2014-2019); Member of the Guangdong Provincial Committee of Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference (2003-2018); Council Member of the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts (2014-2019) ; Council Member of the Open University of Hong Kong (2003-2010); President of Hong Kong Women Professionals & Entrepreneurs Association (2002-2006); Member of Cantonese Opera Development Fund Advisory Committee (2005-2011); Member of the Hopkins-Nanjing Council of Johns Hopkins University-Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies (2001-2008); Board Member of the Hong Kong Arts Centre (1996-2001); President of the Direct Selling Association of Hong Kong (1990-1993, 1996); President of Zonta Club of Kowloon (1983-1984).  

    Mrs Cheng is currently an independent non-executive director of the Swiss Exchange-listed Nestle S.A. and a non-executive director of the Shanghai-listed Haier Smart Home Company Limited. In addition, her present community service roles include Deputy Secretary-General of the Hong Kong Coalition, Council Member of the Chinese Association of Hong Kong & Macao Studies, Honorary President of the All-China Women’s Federation, Honorary President of the Hong Kong Federation of Women, Permanent Honorary Committee Member of the Hong Kong Chinese General Chamber of Commerce, Court Member of the Open University of Hong Kong, and Member of the Xiqu Centre Advisory Panel of West Kowloon Cultural District Authority.