Jocelyn Ho is a Project Manager at CSR Asia, Hong Kong office. Her responsibilities include thought leadership research, sustainability reporting, stakeholder engagement and community investment.
Before joining CSR Asia, Jocelyn spent four years conducting environmental impact assessments, undertaking environmental monitoring and audit reporting as well as developing habitat creation and management plans for large-scale development projects as an environmental consultant in Hong Kong. She also worked at a non-profit organisation where she advocated for the prioritization of environmental protection within public and private development projects, town planning applications and government policies. She was actively involved, through participation of focus group meetings with experts and government officials, during the development of the Hong Kong Biodiversity Strategy and Action Plan. She was also responsible for issuing the third edition of the Hong Kong Headline Indicator Report for Biodiversity and Conservation, which annually tracks environmental indicators to benchmark conservation progress in Hong Kong.
Jocelyn holds a master’s degree in Environmental Management from The University of Hong Kong and Bachelor’s degree in Environmental Science and Policy from California State University, Long Beach.