While most regions of the world continue to face challenges in increasing women’s representation at all levels in the workplace, Asia is projected to have the lowest representation of women in management positions in 2025. In a region with so many highly educated women, how can we have so many Tiger mothers and so few Tiger women?
— Marie Claire Lim Moore, on her TEDxWanChai talk titled 'Why Asia Needs More Tiger Women'
After fifteen years of work in consumer banking and payment products, Marie Claire Lim Moore now dedicates her career to the advancement of women in Hong Kong as Director of Development at The Women's Foundation.

Marie Claire Lim Moore is Director of Development at The Women’s Foundation, a dynamic philanthropic institution dedicated to the advancement of women in Hong Kong.

Before joining The Women's Foundation, Claire gathered fifteen years of experience as a global executive in managing consumer banking and payment products across the US, Asia, Latin America and Europe. Most recently, she was Asia Pacific Regional Director of Global Client Banking responsible for the retail bank's global services across 12 countries. Claire started her career at American Express in New York City, and joined Citi in 2001 to grow the Citi Cards American Airlines portfolio and lead the shift from traditional to digital marketing. In 2005 she was selected for the Global Consumer Management Associate programme before taking on various senior level positions throughout the Global Retail Bank.

Claire is the author of Amazon best sellers Don’t Forget the Soap (And Other Reminders from My Fabulous Filipina Mother) and Don't Forget the Parsley (And More from My Positively Filipino Family). She is regularly ranked among women leaders and her experiences have been documented by CNN, The New York Times, USA Today, People Asia and Asian Journal. Claire is a proud recipient of the 100 Most Influential Filipina Women in the World Award™ (Global FWN100™) that recognises Filipina women who are influencing the face of leadership in the global workplace.