Sian Westerman, Award-winning Business Woman
“I am constantly on and off planes. With a base in London and Hong Kong, I often get off the 13-hour flight and need to be alert for my next meeting, fashion show or dinner. I always have a few bottles of clarity in my handbag for a fresh solution to the nagging jetlag. With one all natural clarity shot, I feel refreshed, sharp and ready to go."
Sian Westerman works in retail and luxury. She is a senior adviser to an investment bank, dividing her time between the UK and Greater China and travelling extensively between the two. Sian also runs a separate consultancy business in Hong Kong and is an investor in and director of a number of British brands, which include Meli Melo and Roksanda. She supports the British luxury industry through mentoring a number of young brands and is a member of the Investment Pillar of The British Fashion Council.
In addition Sian is a Trustee of the English National Ballet, a Trustee of the Trust of the Royal Academy of Art, a member of the Advocates Board of the Royal Court Theatre and a consultant to Music Masters. She is one of the founding members of the Steering Committee of the 30% Club in the UK - a club which campaigns for better female board and executive level representation. Furthermore she was instrumental in bringing the Club to Hong Kong where it launched in 2013.
Sian is a qualified lawyer with English and French law degrees from the Universities of Birmingham and Limoges respectively. In 2003 Sian won the Harpers & Queen/Chanel Businesswoman of the Year award.