Founder and CEO
Scott is the Co-Founder and CEO of the Fair Employment Foundation and Co-Founder and Board Advisor of Fair Employment Agency. After an internship in Hong Kong, Scott spent his last year at university developing a business plan for an ethical placement agency that would set a new standard for the broken recruitment market. He and his co-founders realised the plan as Fair Employment Agency.
Since 2014, Scott has led Fair group initiatives that to set new standards for recruitment and training, improving the eco-system of migrant worker recruitment. Scott is an Ashoka Fellow and one of Forbes “30 Under 30” social entrepreneurs in Asia.
Tammy was volunteering for Hong Kong NGO, Helpers for Domestic Helpers, when she saw the opportunity for Fair Employment Foundation to address the root cause of forced labour. Having spent over a decade providing legal support to domestic workers who had been overcharged by employment agencies, Tammy concluded that only systemic change could stop the revolving door of indebted workers. Tammy has a background as a CPA at PricewaterhouseCoopers and an SAP consultant in the US, Europe and Asia.
Jennifer Meehan joined Fair Employment Foundation just a few months after its set up, inspired by the vision to address - at scale - the root causes of forced labour. She is the Co-Board Chair at Fair Employment Foundation and Founder and Board Trustee at Fair Training Center.
Jennifer has focused her career on the empowerment of the most marginalized communities in Asia and beyond, with a focus on business approaches to social change. She worked with Grameen Foundation from 2005 to 2013 where her last role was co-head of Global Programs and Asia Regional CEO.
Joanne Oswin is a Board Director of the Fair Employment Foundation and is strongly motivated by its mission to establish an ethical market solution to help solve the world's forced labour problem. She and her family are actively involved in the Hong Kong community and have a number of charities whose work and purpose they promote and support. Joanne worked with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) for 28 years. She specialised in consulting on corporate reorganisations until 2005 and from then through 2017 held the position of Chief Operating Officer for PwC China.