Mr Warren Luk serves as the CEO of Good Lab (www.goodlab.hk), a social innovation ‘think-and-do’ tank dedicated to catalysing tri-sector collaboration and human-centred design for social impact. Warren has been instrumental in fusing the strengths of civil society, government, and businesses to propel an array of large-scale public and social sector innovation projects in Hong Kong.
Fuelled by a passion for community participation, Warren employs Design Thinking as a tool to engage with communities, understand their needs, and foster consensus through the process of co-creation. Beyond this, Warren has spearheaded numerous capacity building and incubation programmes to inspire and empower changemakers across universities and diverse community circles.
With a commitment to public service, Warren serves on multiple advisory committees for the HKSAR Government. His participation extends to the Task Force at JC InnoPower: Fellowship for Social Workers, and the Strategy Committee on Co-creation at the Hong Kong Council of Social Service.
Prior to his tenure at Good Lab, Warren was a management consultant with experiences spanning across global cities such as London, New York, and Hong Kong. He earned his MBA from Chicago Booth as a Hong Kong Jockey Club EMBA Scholar, holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics from UCL, and is LUMA Institute certified Practitioner of Human-centred Design.