Lucinda Pike, Executive Director
Lucinda believes in empowering women through greater access to education and development opportunities. She is passionate about helping Enrich educate and equip migrant domestic workers with the financial and life skills to pursue their goals and dreams. As Executive Director, Lucinda oversees and shapes strategy for programmes, operations, human resources, fundraising and communications. She also leads high-level partnerships and engagement with external stakeholders, helping to raise Enrich’s profile in Hong Kong. Previously, she was Enrich’s Deputy Executive Director and before that the Senior Programme Manager leading implementation of financial and empowerment education programs. Lucinda started off at Enrich as a volunteer and a workshop trainer. Lucinda has a Master’s degree (Distinction) in Education Management, and a background in education, research and community outreach with women and ethnic minorities in Hong Kong.
Tynna Mendoza, Senior Programme Manager
Tynna has been with Enrich since early 2013. She received numerous trainings and scholarships on human rights and women’s issues. Under her belt is a 12-year assignment on programme planning, implementation and monitoring with the Philippine Human Rights Commission. Immersed in gender discourse, Tynna also has a Masters Degree in Women and Development Studies from the University of the Philippines in Diliman. Her task at Enrich is to ensure impactful content and delivery of financial and empowerment education to migrant domestic workers. She is a mother to a beautiful little girl and a wife to spouse who shares, among many things, celebration of service, family and music.
Sylvia S Putra, Programme Officer (Indonesian Outreach)
Concerned about the financial issues faced by migrant women employed in Hong Kong, Sylvia recently joined Enrich and became a part of the operation team in February 2016. She was a Flight Attendant for Cathay Pacific for eight years. As she is a native Bahasa Indonesia speaker, Sylvia is responsible to support the outreach and education programme initiatives, especially for Indonesian migrant domestic workers.
Soline El Hassani, Fundraising and Development Officer
Soline joined Enrich in September 2017. Originally from France, she moved to Hong Kong in 2015 to work in the private sector in corporate social responsibility. With experience in developing community programmes and enhancing stakeholder engagement at a regional level, she decided to move into the non-profit sector to be more involved in the local community. Soline is passionate about equality, education and empowering people to achieve their personal dreams. She now feels she has the best job on earth! Outside of the office, Soline has led her own drama group since 2016 and loves exploring Hong Kong’s beautiful countryside.
Zamira Monteiro, Communications Officer
Zamira is a wholehearted feminist, passionate about the empowerment of women and marginalised groups, and especially the inclusion of minority voices. Prior to joining Enrich in September 2017, Zamira worked for three years at Justice Centre Hong Kong, focusing on public engagement and communications, working closely with Hong Kong’s refugee community. She has a Master’s degree in Human Rights Law from the University of Hong Kong. Off the clock, Zamira is a keen jazz singer, an avid reader and a massive foodie.
Sherly Poulsum, Programme Assistant
Having lived in Hong Kong for over 10 years, Sherly is passionate about promoting the rights of migrant domestic workers and supporting them to achieve their dreams. She has previously volunteered for a number of charities that aimed to provide opportunities for disadvantaged groups in Hong Kong and Indonesia. Sherly has also trained and worked as a Montessori teaching assistant. As a native Bahasa Indonesia speaker, Sherly is a key point of contact for all migrant domestic workers’ enquiries.
Ethel Del Fierro, Accounts Officer and Trainer
Having completed her collegiate education with a major in Financial Management, Ethel joined the banking sector and worked for over eight years for HSBC, with exposures in both retail and corporate functions. After moving to Hong Kong, she worked as an office manager, handling HR and administrative matters, and currently works as an Education Assistant for ESF Kindergarten. As a volunteer, Ethel taught catechism to young children of church groups in Central and Tung Chung. Originally from the Philippines, Ethel is determined to support migrant domestic workers to develop skills that will help them make better financial decisions.
Lenlen Mesina, Senior Adviser
Lenlen is a development worker and an advocate for women’s rights. Lenlen is the former Executive Director of Enrich from 2013, stepping down in 2017, after working for the organisation as a Trainer from May 2008, and Programmes and Advocacy Director, from late 2011. Prior to Enrich, Lenlen worked as Programme Manager at The Women’s Foundation in Hong Kong; in project management and programme evaluation at the Office of the President of the Philippines; and at various women’s rights NGOs in the Philippines. Lenlen was compelled to join Enrich after conducting research on migrant domestic women returnees, and the importance of financial education for them in securing a brighter future for themselves and their families.