Since joining the Singapore Public Service in 1996, Heng Kee has held different appointments in various public sector organisations. These include Chief Executive at the Workforce Development Agency; Dean and Chief Executive Officer at the Civil Service College; Deputy Secretary (Development) at the Public Service Division, Prime Minister’s Office; Director (Strategic Policy and Research) at the former Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports; Director (Manpower Development) at the Ministry of Manpower; and Assistant Director (Sea and Air Transport) at the former Ministry of Communications.
Heng Kee chairs SG Enable, an organisation focused on serving persons with disabilities. He also chairs the National Library Board and Employment and Employability Institute Pte Ltd (e2i). He sits on the Board of Directors of the Singapore Totalisator Board and the Civil Service College.
He holds Master’s and Bachelor’s degrees in Electrical Engineering from Stanford University, as well as a Masters of Business Administration degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Prior to her current appointment, she was Executive Director, Human Resource, where she was responsible for talent management and organization development initiatives. She was also the General Manager in EDB Investment Pte Ltd (EDBI), a wholly-owned subsidiary of EDB that is responsible for making direct and fund investments in companies and projects that are aligned with EDB’s overall economic thrusts.
Anna joined EDB as a Senior Officer in 1991. She graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Accountancy. She completed the Harvard Advanced Management Program in 2011. Anna is also a member of the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants.
With the opening of the Devan Nair Institute for Employment and Employability, he led the extension of e2i’s services to host more than 1,000 training events and attract about 100,000 visitors in 2014. With the development of SkillsFuture, e2i will continue to be an intermediary to work with more employers, job seekers and partners to provide and build expertise in career coaching, skills upgrading, Place-and-Train programs, job matching and job redesign initiatives.
Mr Gilbert Tan also contributes through coordination of NTUC’s worker-centric efforts and represents the Labor Movement on the boards of Human Capital (Singapore), NTUC Foodfare, and the Institute of Technical Education. In addition, he sits on the Orchid Country Club General Committee and is a Board Member of the Chinese Development Assistance Council.
Mr Gilbert Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Science (Honors); and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill with a Masters in Recreation Administration.
As an active hotelier, he sits on the boards of Food and Beverage Managers’ Association as Vice President, SHATEC Alumni Executive committee and is a member of Chaine des Rottissuers Singapour. He has been recognised by Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Philippines region as most outstanding Next Generation Leaders of The Year 2012. His hotel has also clincked an AON Hewitt Award in 2013 and TAPEP Exemplarary Employer Award 2013.
Teong Wah is passionate about Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and has helped over 25 People with Disability (PWD) integrate into the hospitality workforce. As a dedicated CSR personnel, he has also been awarded the Enabling Partnership Award 2012 and Northlight Partnership Award 2012.
Mr Ng joined the Administrative Service of the Singapore Civil Service in 1996. Between 1996 and 2002, he served in various capacities in the Ministry of National Development, the Urban Redevelopment Authority, the former Ministry of Communications and IT, as well as Ministry of Information, Communications and the Arts. In January 2004, Mr Ng was posted to the Ministry of Manpower, where he held the position of Director, Foreign Manpower Management (Policy). In May 2005, he was appointed as the Divisional Director of the Foreign Manpower Management Division, and in May 2006, he became the Divisional Director of the Workplace Policy and Strategy Division. In October 2008, he assumed the appointment of Director, Defence Finance Organisation in the Ministry of Defence.
Mr Ng is currently serving as Director of the Singapore Technologies Kinetics Ltd, Learning Gateway Ltd and Lifelong Learning Institute. He is member of the Info-comms Development Authority of Singapore Board, Singapore Workforce Development Agency Board, Lifelong Learning Endowment Fund Advisory Council, Employment and Employability Institute, Northlight School Board of Governors, SIM University Board of Trustees, Pathlight School Management Committee, Institute of Service Excellence at SMU (ISES) Board of Advisors, Singapore Computer Society Honorary Advisory Council, Singapore Institute of Power and Gas Advisory Council, Appeal Board of Commission for Foreign Manpower and Public Service Commission’s Disciplinary Panel of Persons. He is also an Adjunct Lecturer of the Civil Service College.
Mr Ng has previously served on the Charity Council, National Arts Council, Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School Governing Board, Singapore Youth Olympic Games Organising Committee, Singapore Management University Board of Trustees, A*STAR Board, Singapore Institute of Technology Board of Trustees, Singapore University of Technology and Design Board of Trustees, Singapore University of Technology and Design-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Collaboration Governing Board, Singapore-Massachusetts Institute of Technology Alliance Governing Board, Lee Kong Chian School of Medicine Governing Board and Yale-NUS College Governing Board.
Mr Ng holds a Master in Business Administration (Distinction) from INSEAD and a Bachelor of Arts (First Class Honours) from the University of Cambridge, UK.
Mr Ng is married with a son.
Before joining FEO, Philip – as ACEO of JTC Corporation, was responsible for the successful development of Singapore’s multi-billion one-north mixed development zone into a vibrant business eco-system which combined the work-live-play-learn elements for the community and talent base; developed JTC’s various Business Parks into premier business and industrial centres of excellence; supervised the real-estate portfolios of the Electronics, Info-Comm Technology, and Media Industry Clusters, and JTC’s non-Industrial and New Business Clusters.
Philip, retired as a Brigadier-General in 2001, served in a variety of SAF command, management and staff positions to include Deputy ACGS (Operations Planning), Assistant Chief of General Staff (Personnel), Chief of Artillery, Chief Guards Officer and Commander, 21st Division.
Philip has been actively involved as a Director and Board Member on several Government-linked corporations and Statutory Boards: Singapore Technologies Aerospace, ST Logistics, Sentosa Development Corporation, NParks, National Youth Achievement Award, NRF’s CREATE and WDA’s CET Campuses Developments. Currently, he also holds several Chairman, Director, Council Member and Advisory appointments on Singapore public boards and NGO sectors, namely; National University Health System, e2i (Employment and Employability Institute), Singapore Environment Council, WDA’s CET Campuses Steering Committee and NUS Industrial & System Engineering Advisory Committee.
His previous posting was as Deputy Secretary at the Ministry of Law (MinLaw), where he oversaw initiatives to reform legal policies, promote the legal sector, and transform delivery of services.
Prior to MinLaw, he was the Chief Executive Officer of the National Parks Board. Before this, he had held various appointments in organisations across the Public Service, including the Ministry of Finance, Ministry of Trade and Industry, Economic Development Board and Infocomm Development Authority.
He had also worked as a venture capitalist covering markets in Shanghai and Silicon Valley.
Hong Yuen graduated with a Bachelor in Electronic Engineering (First Class Honours) from the Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, UK, in 1993.
In addition, Mr Ng is the Vice-President of the Singapore Chinese Chamber of Commerce & Industry (SCCCI), a member on the Board of Directors of the Business China and a member on the Board of Trustees of the Chinese Development Assistance Council (CDAC).
Mr Ng has been actively involved in various charity works for over 10 years. In 2002, he was awarded the Public Service Medal (PBM) & the Public Service Star (BBM) in 2010 by the President of the Republic of Singapore. In September 2015, Mr Ng was appointed as the Justice of the Peace by the President of the Republic of Singapore.