World Vision Singapore is led by an influential council of advisors who are passionate about helping us solve pressing global issues in poverty.
Du Ming-Han (Hank Du)
WVI President's Representative
As WVI President’s Representative, Hank has many years of experience under his belt. Before his involvement in World Vision, Hank was an expert in the IT industry. He started out as a software engineer in Mitac Inc. in 1982, and quickly rose through the ranks until he was appointed as Vice General Manager of the Marketing Department in Microsoft, Taiwan, in 1995. In 2001, Hank left his stable job as he felt called to minister in the Chinese Christian Evangelistic Association, eventually volunteering two years of his time there.
Liew Heng San
Heng San headed Singapore’s Central Provident Fund as CEO before retiring in Jan 2011. He is currently on the Boards of the Singapore Bible College and AIA Singapore, and serves as Advisor to the Far East Organization and TJ Novo. He worships at Telok Ayer Chinese Methodist Church.
Soon Sze Meng
Sze Meng is the Vice President, Business in the International Group of Singtel. Previously, he was the Senior Director & General Manager, Hong Kong, Korea and Taiwan for PayPal. He joined PayPal from Visa where he was the VP, Head of Marketing Strategy, Planning and Insights for the Asia-Pacific region and VP, Head of Marketing for China. He also took on previous roles in strategy and business development. Before Visa, he worked with McKinsey & Co. in Chicago, US, and Monitor Group in Singapore as a management consultant.
Choo Cheh Hoon
Cheh Hoon is a Senior Director at Ngee Ann Polytechnic (NP). She is also concurrently the Managing Director of Social Lab Ltd which runs Dialogue-in-the-Dark, an innovative learning facility and social enterprise at NP which specifically employs the visually-impaired as guides and workshop facilitators. Cheh Hoon is also actively involved in several professional and community committees. She worships at Covenant Presbyterian Church with her family.
Lau Peet Meng
Peet Meng is the Deputy Commissioner of Police, and currently the Director of Operations of the Singapore Police Force. He was previously the Chief Executive of the Casino Regulatory Authority, and has worked in various Government jobs in the Ministry of Home Affairs, the Ministry of Education, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. Married with three young children, he worships at Adam Road Presbyterian Church.
Nicholas is the Senior Vice President of a London-based investment fund that focuses on the use of digital media for education. He has spent more than 15 years in a career from startups to Fortune 500s working on digital media, data analytics, and cyber security. He serves on the council of Graduates’ Christian Fellowship. Nicholas also serves on the boards of government and professional organisations, including the Singapore Computer Society, National Youth Council and the National Council for Problem Gambling.
Michelle is the Chief Executive Officer of Mewah International Inc. She joined its Group in 2003 in the trading department and has been its Executive Director since 2010. Prior to that, Michelle worked with Exxon Mobil in Louisiana, United States of America, and Jurong Island, Singapore. Married with 3 children, she worships at Barker Road Methodist Church.
Lilian has more than 25 years’ experience in the Information and Communication Technology industry. She spent 17 years in various senior roles in HP and was the Asia Pacific Head of Marketing, Office Printing Systems before joining World Vision. She has also worked for EMC International as their Asia Pacific Senior Director of Partner Marketing, and with Motorola Mobility Device as their Senior Regional Marketing Director for the Asia Pacific and Middle East region. Married with three children, Lilian worships at St John’s St Margaret’s Church.
World Vision is a Christian relief, development and advocacy organisation dedicated to working with children, families and communities worldwide to reach their full potential by tackling the causes of poverty and injustice.
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