Our Board of Directors comes from a wide-range of backgrounds to enable us to access a broad knowledge base.
Ms Theresa was appointed the Chief Human Resources Officer at NTUC Enterprise in January 2014.
She was previously the Global HR Executive at VISA Worldwide, leading the Human Resources Business Partnering function for all of Visa’s offices in multiple markets across Asia Pacific, Central Europe, Middle East and Africa.
Prior to that, Theresa was the Managing Director & Global Head at DBS Bank, leading all aspects of the HR function for DBS’ businesses. Her other appointments were at Morgan Stanley, Glaxo Wellcome, Standard Chartered Bank, Buck Consultants, and Hay Consultants.
Theresa also sits on the HR Committee of the Sentosa Development Corporation, which assists the board in its responsibilities related to HR strategy and direction for Talent Management and Compensation.
Theresa holds a Masters of Science in Computer Information System from the University of Miami, Florida (USA).
He began his career in Singapore Ministry of Defence as director of Systems and Computers. He spearheaded the introduction of ICT in command and control systems during his stint there. He was CEO National Computer Board, Singapore from 1995 to 1999, where he promoted the development of e-Government and ICT in healthcare, education, trade and economic development. He then moved to the commercial sector for the next 14 years where he served as CEO SCS Ltd, President of EDS International (SE Asia) and CEO British Telecom SE Asia.
Mr Yeo consults with companies in the area of leveraging ICT for strategic advantage. He also helps to nurture emerging ICT companies. In the past 20 years, he has served on the boards of companies, statutory boards, and educational institutions.
Mr Yeo graduated from Oxford University, UK, in Engineering Science, obtained an MSc in Singapore NUS and an MBA from USC, California.
Mr Tan graduated with a first class honours degree in Computer Science from Imperial College London and a MSc in Technology Management from Manchester University. He was awarded the Public Administrative Medal (Silver) in 2001.
Mr Andy Lim chairs the Labour Movement’s Logistics Cluster and is a Member of the Maritime Cluster. He serves as the Deputy Secretary-General of The Singapore Manual & Mercantile Workers’ Union (SMMWU), a post he has held since 2014. He first joined the union in year 2000, and has been serving in the union for 16 years.
Within the Labour Movement, Mr Andy Lim is the Vice Chairman of the Employment and Employability Committee. He is also a Member of the Industrial Relations Committee (Service Sector) and the Membership Council, and is the Alternate Member of the International Relations Committee.
Graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Business Management, Mr Andy Lim is an Assistant Director with SMMWU. Born in 1976, Mr Andy Lim is married with one child.