KESHIA HANNAM is a Hong Kong born and based writer, orator and campaigner, specialising in content creation, global community engagement ̶ and doing away with social norms.
At ease engaging with both the business and creative sectors in particular, her unique style combines international perspective with local relevance. Best known as a communicator who enlivens projects and events with compelling prose and a bright demeanour, her sharp ability to connect with diverse audiences has pro- pelled her to a place of prominence in Asia in a short time.
Currently Metta’s resident wordsmith and facilitator of key brand partnerships, she has held editorial positions at some of the city’s most respected news and life- style publications, including Forbes, CNN, Huffington Post, Discovery Magazine and Tatler, and appeared on myriad video platforms such as Reuters and local Hong Kong channel TVB, and stages from Business of Design Week to Pechaku- cha. She regularly moderates and presents on the Mettā stage.
Originally called ‘The Voice of Metta” when she joined the company, she is now responsible for bringing the best brands to the community and for all communi- cation and content created by/affiliated with Mettā. She also responsible for the monthly themed months that bring together the industry leaders and grassroots orgs/people around the topic of progress for their given sector. In one year, the organisation has become known as the epicentre of innovation for the region, with Forbes describing it as one of ‘the most successful collaboration spaces’ and an ‘epicentre of activity for entrepreneurs with many of the top startup events.’
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