Ms Ng Ling Ling is a Member of Parliament for the Ang Mo Kio GRC since July 2020. She is an independent Senior Consultant advising and leading projects including works on enabling patients to self-manage chronic diseases in partnership with their primary care providers. She was the Assistant CEO for NCSS and Managing Director for the Community Chest until 2018, where she oversaw the SG50 Care & Share Movement with her team that successfully enabled significant donations and government grants to meet the needs in social service. She was also part of the SG Cares movement together with the National Volunteer and Philanthropy Centre. For her extensive public service contributions, she was conferred the Public Administration Medal (Silver) in 2015. She was also named Her World’s Woman of the Year in 2018.More information about speaker
Magda Chelly is currently leading Cyber Advisory for Marsh Asia. She is also the founder of WoSEC (Women of Security) Singapore Chapter. She co-founded a cybersecurity startup in Singapore, currently valued at SGD 7 million. She has a PhD in Telecommunication Engineering, is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and a Certified Information Security Officer (S-CISO). She held several Chief Information Security Officer roles for medium and large organizations across Asia and internationally.
Ms Chelly has built cyber security strategies for companies, and provided guidance; from governance and security architecture to security operations. She has a hands-on experience with penetration testing and technical cloud security across main cloud platforms (Amazon Web Services and Microsoft Azure). Ms Chelly is also a serial entrepreneur, and she has been nominated as a TOP 50 International cyber security influencer internationally and is among "58 Women In Cybersecurity To Follow On Twitter".
Melissa Kwee is the third Chief Executive Officer of the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre (NVPC). Her career has involved her bridging the public, private and community sectors as anthropologist, researcher, programme designer, social innovator and as a catalyst in the private sector. She has founded, run and served on the boards several nonprofit organisations and ground-up initiatives relating to youth, women, the arts, the prisons, community development, healthcare and education. She is also Chairman of MHPL, a Pontiac Land company.
She received the Singapore Youth Award in 2007 and Asean Youth Award 2008 for her leadership and service and was appointed as a Justice of the Peace in 2018.
Workshop on Be The Change facilitated by Mercer.