Aaron Yu

Aaron joined OneForAll in 2017 and was promoted to partner in just five years due to his outstanding business performance, recognized communications expertise, and exceptional leadership abilities. As the youngest member of the firm’s leadership team, he co-manages over 70 employees with the management and provides professional knowledge in corporate communication and public affairs in the Greater China market. Additionally, he has helped the group establish a subsidiary company, Athene, focused on digital communication services. In 2022, Athene contributed more than 90% of the new business revenue.

As one of the youngest and most experienced senior executives in the industry, Aaron plays a critical role in OneForAll’s operations, new business development, professional growth, and recruitment. He has helped the company become one of Taiwan’s leading communication groups and is emerging as a rising star in the PR industry, serving as a role model for his team members.

Chan Pui Ting, Janet

Janet is a storyteller with a passion for creativity and authenticity. She began her career as a feature journalist. Her curiosity and innate storytelling abilities led her to seek a role in integrated communications. She worked in a PR agency for close to 6 years and successfully devised strategies and campaigns for clients across industries. Janet further challenged herself by switching to an in-house PR role as Communications Manager in 2021, overseeing corporate communications. In 2021, Janet landed at her current company as Communications Manager, to drive marketing and employer branding communications. She curated impressive stories to amplify the brand values, while leading community management and social listening including the corporate Facebook and Instagram accounts. In just one year and four months, she was promoted to the position of Senior Communications Manager. She was also the winner of “Young Professional of the Year” at The 4th Hong Kong Public Relations Awards 2018.

Lucy Han

From selling CD-ROMs in the 90s to consulting some of Korea’s biggest brands today, Lucy Han is among the few Korean women who have excelled in a male-dominated corporate culture. Lucy has used her platform to advocate for greater opportunities for women, rejecting the notion of ‘staying in her place.’ Her expertise in strategic communication and innovation is exemplified by her role in promoting the documentary film Nureongi, which sparked a national debate about the controversial topic of dog meat consumption in South Korea. Despite COVID-19 restrictions, Lucy quickly pivoted the film’s promotional strategy, collaborating with Korea’s most influential figures and coordinating the entire campaign from her bedroom. Lucy is also leading the DEI strategy for Weber Shandwick in Korea and is dedicated to ensuring that colleagues of all genders and sexual orientations are free to be themselves, treated with respect, and never overlooked for career progression.