Professor Lena Lee has served the Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts for 29 years as Head of Arts, Event and Stage Management before she joined the Arts with the Disabled Association (ADAHK). She is also the Visiting Professor of the Central Academy of Drama in Beijing. She received her tertiary education at the Baptist College (major in Communication) and furthered her study at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in London, where she received her Master of Art degree in Applied Theatre and Drama Education. As a Fellow and scholarship recipient of the International Women’s Forum, she undertook a series of management and leadership training in Montreal, Harvard, Beijing and Cambridge. She has substantial management experience for theatrical productions, international events and community arts projects. She has served the community as a Chairman of Hong Kong Association of Theatre Technicians & Scenographers, Council Member of the Academy, Founder Chairman of the Board of Four Gig Heads and Theatre Noir Foundation, Advisor of PLK Young Artist in Residence@V54, Member of the Committee on the Promotion of Civic Education, member of the West Kowloon Cultural District Authority Consultation Panel. She introduced the concept of Arts Accessibility in her tenure as the Vice Chairperson of ADAHK. With her profound experience and networking in education, arts and culture, Professor Lee joined ADAHK as the Arts Specialist in early 2016, where she concentrates on the design, practice and advocacy of Arts Accessibility.