Kay McArdle

Kay McArdle joined PathFinders as its first CEO in October 2013. PathFinders is a Hong Kong charity that works for Hong Kong’s most vulnerable children and their migrant mothers. Kay is responsible for PathFinders’ strategic development with particular focus on government, consular, academic and inter-agency relations; and PathFinders’ law and policy work. A Hong Kong- and UK-qualified lawyer and mediator by background, Kay previously worked at Mayer Brown JSM, Goldman Sachs, and Masons. In 2016, Kay won the Macquarie David Clarke Social Innovation Fellowship for her access to justice work. She is a director of the Child Development Centre and was previously a governor and board chair at The Women’s Foundation.