Dr. Christina Dean, Founder and CEO

Christina founded Redress in 2007 and is responsible for our overall strategic development, programmes, fundraising and corporate partnerships. Christina is a regular speaker at seminars and has received numerous recognitions for her work, including being listed by US online magazine Coco Eco as one of ‘2010’s Most Influential Women in Green’ and by UK Vogue as one of the UK’s ‘Top 30 Inspirational Women’. Prior to founding Redress, Christina was a journalist and a practicing dental surgeon.

Hannah Lane, Communications Director

Hannah is responsible for overseeing our communications and developing strategy and implementation for campaigns, PR and social media platforms. Prior to Redress, Hannah headed up the sustainability consultancy, OgilvyEarth China. During her 3.5 years working in China, Hannah worked on a variety of sustainability-focused communications projects both nationally and spanning Asia-Pacific. Hannah also sat on the advisory board and organising committee for the Eco-Design Fair Shanghai between 2009 and 2013.

Sofia Tarneberg, Programme Director

Sofia is responsible for strategy, management and educational content direction across a wide range of our programmes, particularly on The EcoChic Design Award and industry engagement programmes. Sofia has a MA in Ethical Fashion and a BA in Fashion Promotion from the University for the Creative Arts, UK. Sofia’s expertise adds an analytic and research-based approach to Redress’ work.

Kay Liu, Education Manager

Kay is responsible for executing our educational content and supporting in content strategy. Kay brings with her a wealth of experience from the fashion and textile industry and has a MA in Ethical Fashion from the University for the Creative Arts, UK. Prior to Redress, Kay worked for over 10 years in textile design, menswear design and within different sectors of the fashion supply chain. Kay was also an advisor for a craft NGO in Nepal. Kay speaks English and Chinese fluently.

Katherine Hsuan, Project Executive

Katherine supports on all our event management, logistics and graphic design. Katherine received a BA (Hons) in Visual Arts from the Academy of Visual Arts, Hong Kong Baptist University and she trained in graphic design at the University of Cumbria. Prior to Redress, Katherine worked in event management for over two years during which she planned various events, from corporate conferences to fashion shows. Katherine speaks English and Chinese fluently.


Trazi Chui, Project Executive

Trazi supports on all of our marketing and press communications relating to our consumer campaigns and is responsible our Chinese language communications. Trazi has a BA in International Fashion Business from Nottingham Trent University. Trazi speaks English and Chinese fluently.

Luke Casey, Photographer and Videographer

Luke is our in-house photographer and videographer. Previously, Luke worked for the BBC, Channel 4, Nippon TV, Dazed & Confused and Vice whilst living in London. In 2012, after volunteering for the Japanese NGO Peace Boat and disembarking in Tokyo, Casey hitchhiked through Japan and Korea before moving to Hong Kong where he now lives and works.


Lisa Genasci

CEO and Founder, ADM Capital Foundation (ADMCF)

Cherry Wong

Project Manager, The Office of Hon Felix Chung Kwok-pan, Member of Legislative Councilor and Co-Founder, The EcoChic Design Award

Pat-Nie Woo

Director and the Head of Sustainable Development, Central Textiles (Hong Kong) Limited