Georgie Chong Joins ChapmanCG as a Director in Singapore
ChapmanCG welcomes Georgie Chong to its team as a Director based out of Singapore. She will work closely with the team to develop and nurture relationships with our HR network in Singapore, Southeast Asia and China.
“We are delighted to have Georgie join the team. We have been close to Georgie for a number of years and it’s great that she will now be a member of the ChapmanCG team. Georgie brings a commercial, energetic and driven style whilst also having depth of experience in search.” commented President, Stefanie Cross-Wilson.
Prior to joining ChapmanCG, Georgie held senior management positions at various international search firms. From 2006 to 2009, she was based in Shanghai where she double-hatted as General Manager and Head of the HR practice group. In her earlier life, Georgie spent time in the Financial Services sector where she led the Singapore and Asia businesses for well-known international companies. Georgie started her career as a journalist in the Energy markets.
“With her vast search experience across Singapore and the Asia Pacific markets, and her disciplined and focused approach, Georgie will be a valuable addition to our growing team.” said President, Ben Davies.
Georgie is an avid reader and exercises regularly. She counts the analysis of financial statements as a hobby and although she has travelled extensively, her bucket list of locations to visit continues to grow.
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