Carmel Armstrong worked for HSBC for 36 years. Today, she is the chief operating officer of the Love 21 Foundation, which is focused on helping people in Hong Kong with Down’s syndrome.
Carmel Armstrong worked for HSBC for 36 years. Today, she is the chief operating officer of the Love 21 Foundation, which is focused on helping people in Hong Kong with Down’s syndrome.
Wellness

Retired HSBC banker embraces role helping teens with Down’s syndrome and other intellectual disabilities in Hong Kong do sports and eat healthy meals

  • After 36 years at HSBC, Carmel Armstrong is chief operating officer of the Love 21 Foundation, a charity helping teens with intellectual disabilities be active
  • Its latest initiative is a dragon boat team that has been practising for six weeks ahead of a regatta organised with the Royal Hong Kong Yacht Club

Carmel Armstrong worked for HSBC for 36 years. Today, she is the chief operating officer of the Love 21 Foundation, which is focused on helping people in Hong Kong with Down’s syndrome.
Carmel Armstrong worked for HSBC for 36 years. Today, she is the chief operating officer of the Love 21 Foundation, which is focused on helping people in Hong Kong with Down’s syndrome.
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