Advisory Council

World Vision Singapore is supported by a council of advisors who are passionate about pressing global issues in poverty. 

Marcus Frost World Vision Singapore Advisory Council

Marcus Frost

Representative of WVI President

Marcus joined World Vision International in 2017 in a consulting role as part of the Strategy Realisation Office. Since then he has led different global functional teams and is currently the Chief Marketing and Communications Officer. He also serves on the World Vision UK Board. Prior to joining World Vision, Marcus enjoyed a career in marketing and communications, working for global brands such as Ford Motor Company, Cable and Wireless, Motorola, Google and Lenovo. 

Soon Sze Meng


Sze Meng is the CEO of Sembcorp’s carbon management business - GoNetZero™ leading and supporting customers’ net-zero ambitions. He held senior leadership roles at, SingTel, PayPal, Visa and was a consultant at McKinsey and Monitor Deloitte. He was a board member of Go Jek, Tiki, JD.ID and JDL Express Indonesia. He serves as a Board Member of the Singapore Institute of Technology and Focus on the Family Singapore, and was a Board Member of SkillsFuture Singapore. He graduated from Stanford University and Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. 

Aaron Boey

Vice Chairman

Aaron was most recently Group CEO of Eu Yan Sang International, a leading Asian health and wellness company with roots in Traditional Chinese Medicine. Prior to that, he had built a career in brand management, marketing, retail and general management with Levi Strauss, Philips Electronics, and Asia Pacific Breweries.

Aaron actively serves on boards, having been on the board of the Singapore Tourism Board and chairing its Finance and Investment Committee. He is currently on the boards of the Singapore Management University Academy and the Jazz Association of Singapore. 

Lau Peet Meng


Peet Meng is a senior public servant who has served in the Singapore Police Force, the Ministry of Education and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, where he served as Singapore’s First Secretary to the United Nations in New York. He is a graduate of Yale University, and earned post-graduate degrees at the University of Cambridge and Stanford University. He is also an alumnus of Harvard Business School. Peet Meng is currently serving on the Board of Directors of World Vision International.

Jacqueline Tan


Jacqueline is the CEO of Singapore Cruise Centre which manages the terminals for international cruises as well as regional ferries. Prior to SCC, she held senior leadership appointments as Assistant Chief Executive of Sentosa Development Corporation (SDC), Deputy General Manager of Lucasfilm Singapore where she had oversight of the operations of the 520-strong Lucasfilm Studio and Chief Operating Officer at Economic Development Innovations Singapore (EDIS). She started her career at the Singapore Economic Development Board. Over her 14 years at EDB, she was based overseas in New York and Hong Kong. 

Kevan Goh


Kevan is a Partner at PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP. He has extensive experience in assurance and advisory roles, working with a wide range of clients across various industry sectors. In addition to audit and compliance, Kevan was also involved in projects such as initial public offerings, mergers and acquisitions, corporate governance, corporate restructuring and data & analytics. 

Sharon Lim

Sharon Lim


Sharon is an advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore. She holds an MA from the University of Cambridge and an LLM from the University of California, Berkeley. Sharon has had more than 15 years experience as a district judge of the State and Family Courts, assistant registrar of the Supreme Court and State Counsel in the Attorney-General’s Chambers. Since stopping work in 2015 to spend time with her family, Sharon continues to volunteer her legal services as an adjudicator at the Financial Industry Disputes Resolution Centre (FIDReC). 

Tony Lai


Tony is the Chief Operating Officer at National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre (NVPC). Prior to this, he was the Principal at the Centre for Design, Insights, and Innovation at Great Eastern Singapore which applies design methods to uncover actionable consumer insights. He has also held numerous senior management roles, including  Assistant Chief Executive at the Singapore Tourism Board and Managing Director/Partner of The Idea Factory Singapore. In his contribution to the non-profit sector, he is currently a member of YMCA’s Education Committee and previously a member of the Advisory Board for Child at Street 11, and a past member of the Board of Governors at the Singapore International Foundation.

Lena Teoh Chyin


Lena Teoh is a veteran in the financial services industry with experience spanning corporate banking, and investment banking, and more than 20 years in asset management. Her most recent role was Chief Investment Officer of Prudential Assurance Singapore Pte Ltd. Prior to that, she spent 16 years at Credit Suisse AG, as CIO for the APAC Multi-asset Class, Asset Management Division as well as Regional Head of Asset Allocation. She is an advocate of sustainability, environment protection, climate change, social impact, and corporate governance.

Eleanor Seet


Eleanor Seet is President and Head of Asia ex Japan for Nikko Asset Management Asia.  Active in the industry, she is Vice-Chairman and serves on the Executive Committee of the Investment Management Association of Singapore.  She is a member of the Institute of Banking and Finance Standards Committee and Chair of the Fund Management Workgroup. Eleanor is also a board member of Affin Hwang Asset Management Berhad, and the Chairman of Pegasus Asia.  In the education sphere, she serves on the Advisory Board of James Cook University Singapore. 

Liew Heng San

Honorary Advisor

Heng San headed Singapore’s Central Provident Fund as CEO before retiring in Jan 2011. Besides other corporate responsibilities, he also serves on the Singapore Bible College Board.  

Andrew Goh

Honorary Advisor

Dr Andrew Goh is editor of IMPACT magazine. Among other voluntary involvement, he served on the Singapore Advisory Council of World Vision International and the Board of Halogen Young Leaders Foundation. He is a founding elder of Riverlife Church and earned his PhD from the Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in 2000.