Association of Chinese Professionals in the UK 

A.CPU Ambassador Programme

Keen to get involved in A.CPU activities, but don't have enough time to be fully committed? Don't worry. Come and Become an A.CPU Ambassador!


Contact to apply now. 


A.CPU Ambassadors are a group of Chinese Professional Elites based in the UK, who has had great achievements in their professional or personal life, and who volunteer to become the spokesmen and spokeswomen of A.CPU. 


It's a great way to get involved in A.CPU activities and give back to the Chinese community in the UK. If in the future, you would like to formally commit more time in running this network together with our passionate and talented committee members, we are more than happy to discuss options with you. 


The roles and responsibilities of a A.CPU Ambassador would include:

  • To promote A.CPU Network in the Chinese Community in the UK

  • To assist in promoting A.CPU events and activities

  • To volunteer in A.CPU event organising

  • To share their experience and way to success with A.CPU members, via becoming the Guest Speaker at Speaker Series Event, Mentor of the Mentoring Program, or Interviewee of Career Story Articles


As A.CPU Ambassadors, you would have the opportunity to

  • Get Ambassador only discount for A.CPU events

  • Gain a real sense of achievement and make valuable and positive impact on people, communities and society in general

  • Build up both personal and professional network

  • Be considered and referred as top candidate for job opportunities published by A.CPU Partner Head-hunters in the UK

  • Work alongside our best-in-class event organising team in A.CPU

Our Ambassadors


Jessica, Yang

Jessica is an Audit VP in the UK financial services, an ACCA, Chartered Internal Auditor and a mental health champion.  Also a keen gardener, baker, opera goer, piano and Guzheng player and is never tire of anything about The Phantom of The Opera. Jessica was born and raised in Shandong, has worked and lived in Manchester, Shenzhen, Hong Kong, Singapore, and now London.  She is inspired by what Mark Twain had to say “Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.”