Jeffery Tan is the Group General Counsel and Chief Sustainability Officer of Jardine Cycle & Carriage. He is also the Chief Executive Officer of MINDSET, a registered charity of Jardine Matheson in Singapore. Jeffery has an LLB (HONS) from the National University of Singapore. He is a senior Advocate & Solicitor of the Supreme Court of the Republic of Singapore and a Solicitor of England & Wales. He also completed the Senior Executive Management Program at Northwestern University – Kellogg School of Management and the Driving Strategic Innovation Program for Senior Management by MIT and IMD.
Dr Daniel Fung is the Chairman Medical Board of Singapore’s Institute of Mental Health since 2011. Dr Fung is an Adjunct Associate Professor at all 3 medical schools in Singapore.
Dr Fung is currently the President of the International Association for Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Allied Professions. He received the National Day (Public Service Administration (Bronze)) Award in 2017 and the National Medical Excellence Award (Team) in 2018 for his work on community and school based mental health.
Dr Fung is interested in the treatment of emotional and behavioural disorders in children and he has advocated for the development of child mental health services and strategies through his research. His current interest is in developing age appropriate, culturally relevant, locally sensitive resources to improve mental health literacy and reduce stress and suicidality in youths and families.
Rebecca leads Responsible Business at PwC Singapore. In this role, she is responsible for embedding purpose across the firm, overseeing our environmental sustainability and social impact, including the PwC Singapore Foundation, as well as three pillars under Human Capital: Diversity & Inclusion, Wellbeing, and Culture & Values.
Rebecca started her career as a chemical engineer and scientific researcher in the UK and Switzerland, working across academia and industry with a focus on materials innovation for healthcare application. Alongside research and teaching, she led IDE efforts including access to mental health services for young adults, moving into the social impact space. Rebecca has been in Singapore for 3 years, initially leveraging her technical knowledge in sustainability advisory, before taking on her current role driving PwC Singapore's wellbeing strategy.
Ms Ngo Lee Yian is the Executive Director at Singapore Association for Mental Health (SAMH). Before joining SAMH, Lee Yian served in the Ministry of Social and Family Development (MSF) as Director of Adult Protective Service, Rehabilitation and Protection Group.
She has 30 years of experience working within the social services sector in Singapore, having led in the review and formulation of the sector’s various capacity and capability building schemes. She also spearheaded the specialisation of critical services in child protection and residential care for children and youth during her career in MSF.
Lee Yian holds a Masters in Social Work from the National University of Singapore and is a recipient of the Outstanding Social Worker Award in 2003.
Elena has close to 20 years of experience across HR with an emphasis in HR strategy, organizational transformation, Diversity & Inclusion, employee engagement & wellbeing and talent & performance. Elena has lived and worked internationally in Asia, Europe, and the US. She is a frequent speaker at industry events and is a respected authority on organizational issues including people management, workplace culture and leadership across the Asia & Pacific countries.
Elena has spent most of her career at bp which she joined in 2004. In her current role, she provides direction on Asia & Pacific Diversity and Inclusion strategies and ensures sustainable shifts in workplace culture. Under her leadership, bp has received a number of external awards and recognition as an employer of choice. Prior to that she held various HR partnering roles in bp leading the overall regional talent strategy and ensuring that the culture, practices, policies and operations align with bp’s agenda and values. In 2019 she successfully led the Asia & Pacific HR function through a modernization and transformation program.
Elena holds a Master’s degree in Human Resource Management from Edinburgh Napier University, a Graduate Diploma in Human Capital Management from the Singapore HR Institute and a Master’s degree in Physics from Moscow Engineering Physics University in Russia. Elena is based in Singapore with her family and can be found either reading, working out or planning her next vacation.