Ms. Stacey Huang
Change Management, Agile thinking for Digital Transformation
Co-Founder, Change Voyage; Executive Director, PARIMA
HOGAN, MBTI I, MBTI II, FIROB, SWIFT, TRANSACTIONAL ANALYSIS, LEVEL A, LEVEL B, 16PF, PROSCI, MSP PRACTITIONER, CCMP
Stacey is the co-founder of Change Voyage, she has over 13 years of consulting experience predominantly in the field of business transformation and large-scale organizational programmes. Her past projects include enabling Fortune 500 companies with their business improvement transitions, moving to target operating models, changing culture, bringing in agile, new technologies and increasing employee engagement. In her consulting roles, she has worked across multiple industries, countries and cultures, having spent time in Kenya, London, Hong Kong and Singapore. She has worked with companies in both private and public sector where she has clients from Insurance, Finance, FMCG, Oil & Gas, Energy and Healthcare.
As the Executive Director of the Pan-Asia Risk and Insurance Management Association (PARIMA), she is responsible for managing PARIMA’s growth agenda, strategies and programs. She has since established PARIMA as the fastest growing professional association for Risk managers. In addition to managing operations for the association made up of 3000+ corporate risk members and more than 1800 companies, she organizes APAC-wide conferences, educational platforms and dialogue targeted to strengthen the risk community. She regularly hosts and speaks with risk managers and insurers on topics that deal with organizational sustainability, resilience, change, disruption and overall risk management
As an organizational psychologist, she also regularly conducts psychometric assessments and coaching for leaders, teams and individuals understanding their strengths, development area, motivation, influence and working styles. She continues her passion for education and is also a regular course leader and lecturer in the National University of Singapore.
Stacey has a double degree in Business and Psychology from Singapore Management University and a Master’s degree in Industrial and Organizational Psychology from University College London (UCL) where she graduated with distinction. She is currently residing in Hong Kong where she enjoys the hiking trails over the weekend. She is passionate about all things change, risk and psychology related. She believes that adults learn best by doing and her sessions are often designed to be highly practical and applied with a healthy balance of challenge and fun.