Rachel has been involved in social innovation since she joined The Chinese University of Hong Kong (CUHK) in 2014. During her prior position in CUHK, she oversaw a HKD9 million granted program about social innovation and entrepreneurship, bridging the corporate, government, education and social sectors. During the programme, Rachel organised and arranged various activities, including social projects pitches and consultations for young and mature candidates for their idea, prototype and startup applications. She engaged and supervised 8 projects, of which 7 successfully secured funding in 2020. She also gained experience in assisting social projects with applying for government and private funding. Rachel is responsible for Impact Incubator’s application and pre-vetting work. She also leads the publication of Impact Incubator’s casebook featuring projects funded by the HKSAR government’s Social Innovation and Entrepreneurship Development Fund. This casebook is distributed to funders and investors. Rachel has a Master of Arts in Sociology from CUHK. She holds a Certificate for Module (Management for Social Enterprises) from the Hong Kong University’s School of Professional and Continuing Education and a BEng in System Engineering and Engineering Management from CUHK.