Twitter:  @dianawudavid

Twitter: @dianawudavid


Many of us are running ever faster to keep up. But true success is not achieved by attempting greater speed on the treadmill of life. By (re)learning how to run free and finding your own definition of joy, connection, creativity and freedom, you will find the meaning of true success.
— Diana Wu David, on her TEDxWanChai talk titled 'The Difference Between Running and Running Free'
Diana David, Independent Non-Executive Director at DaVinci Labs Hong Kong, Member of the Advisory Board at NEST Hong Kong, and a Regional Director at Financial Times, is a writer and traveller with a passion for helping people reach their highest potential.

With an entrepreneurial DNA, Diana David has broad experience across start-ups, venture capital and strategy consulting. Diana spent a decade as part of FT’s Senior Management team reporting to the board, doubled revenue and profits for the content business, then moved into the role of strategist and intrapreneur. She architected and currently leads the Financial Times Executive Education initiatives in Asia-Pacific, and focuses on angel investing at Sarana Capital. Prior to the FT, Diana managed venture investments in new media, telecom and retail across Asia, launched and sold her own Chinese luxury brand and worked as a management consultant for PricewaterhouseCoopers across three continents. She began her career as an assistant to Dr. Henry Kissinger at Kissinger Associates in New York.

Diana is currently an INED at DaVinci Labs, on the advisory board of and on the Board of Governors of the American Chamber of Commerce Hong Kong.

She is the best-selling author of Hong Kong ABCs, and her next book, Running Free, is about the choice to leave it all to become one with the nomads of Mongolia.