Hamilton Advisors employs seasoned professionals steeped in international best practices in brand strategy, corporate reputation building, crisis communications and financial communications with multi-national experience and cross cultural exposure to provide creative solutions for corporate and financial clients in Greater China, and throughout the Asia Pacific region.
Our Team is…
- Diverse and experienced.
- Multi-lingual and multi-cultural.
- Composed of members who have worked around the world for leading multinational banks, in journalism, for international communications firms, and not-for-profit organizations.
Robert Grieves has been a top-tier communications consultant with both in-house and agency experience since 1989, following a 12-year career in journalism for The Times (London) and The Economist (both in Beijing), and Time magazine and Forbes (both in New York).
Anne LeBourgeois is an international financial services professional with a 21-year career at JP Morgan Chase and its predecessor banks. She has had extensive experience with Asian clients, particularly in Hong Kong and China.
Dr. Ying Ying Liu specializes in executive training with a focus on global cultural diversity and intercultural management and media training for top level executives, Chinese and Western alike, of corporations doing business in Asia.
Yuan Liu is China Program Managing Director for the American Planning Association, Senior Foreign Advisor on China Land Use for the United Nations Development Programme and China’s Ministry of Land and Resources. He is also Chief Foreign Advisor for China’s State Administration of Cultural Heritage..
Mavis Ma is a versatile communication specialist. She supports a variety of strategic brand building, publicity, corporate and marketing communications, as well as media relations for Hamilton Advisors Limited’s major clients.
Haley Meng is a young PR professional who focuses her academic and professional interests on Asia. She has studied at Nanjing University, worked in the International Marketing Department at Guangzhou’s South China University of Technology and interned for a Member of Parliament in London as a Parliamentary Assistant.