FUTURE OF SINGAPORE
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Faizah served as a Nominated Member of Parliament since from Feb 2012 to Aug 2014, after a successful nomination by Nature Society Singapore, specifically to represent environment concerns in Parliament, drawing from the strength of her diverse backgrounds in law, environment and holistic education, and her involvement with environment advocacy over the last 30 years.
Associate Professor R. Savage is the Honorary Vice-President of the Commonwealth Geographical Bureau (2009–2012); Deputy Director of the Masters in Environmental Management (MEM) programme; a member of the Campus Green Committee; Southeast Asian Advisor to the International Relations Office (IRO); a member of the NUS Environmental Studies Programme (BES); co-teaches a module annually in the NUS-Wuhan University Summer programme; member of the Campus Green Committee; Chair of the FASS Environmental Research cluster (2010 to present); member of the FASS Alumni and Corporate Relations Committee.
Rev Dr Yap was the first Asian Bishop of The Methodist Church in Malaysian and Singapore. Subsequently he served as General Secretary of the Christian Conference of Asia, an ecumenical organization of over a hundred churches and national council of churches in Asia. He holds Master of Divinity and Doctor of Theology degrees from Boston University and was honoured by them with a Distinguished Alumni Award in 1988.
Dr. Patrick Kee is a Palliative Medicine Specialist who is working part-time with the HCA Hospice Care Association and with the St Andrew's Community Hospital home care service. He has been caring for the terminally ill since 1990. He retired from General Practice in 2004 to care for the elderly and the dying. He had published two books, Living Well In The Autumn Of Life and Living With Our Heavenly Father.
Chua Beng Huat
Provost Chair Professor, Faculty of Arts and Social Science, received his PhD from York University, Canada. He is concurrently Head, Department of Sociology, Convener Cultural Studies Programmes, FASS and Research Leader, Cultural Studies in Asia Research Cluster, Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore.
Technical adviser to Corporate Citizen Foundation, formerly head of Mercy Relief
Linda YC Lim
Professor of Strategy at Michigan Ross, Her research focuses on the political economy of multinational and local business in Southeast Asia, including the changing international trade and investment environment, and the influence of domestic politics, economic policy and culture on business structure, strategy and operations.
Medical Doctor, Corporate Chairman and former Member of Parliament. His focus in FOS is in aging and healthcare
Adjunct Professor of Law at NUS, Executive Director, Society of International Law, Singapore (1998-2003); Treasurer and then President of the Roundtable, a non-partisan political discussion group (1999-2002). President of the Singapore Heritage Society (2001-2011); Chairman of the Foundation for the Development of International Law in Asia (2006-2012).