William chairs the board of Prison Fellowship Singapore (PFS) and is General Secretary of the Singapore Kindness Movement. Prior to this, he was the Senior Vice-President of Talent Plus and before that a Senior Partner of Kelvin Chia Partnership. He holds graduate degrees in law, philosophy, religion and theology and by training, is a lawyer, ordained minister and psychometric analyst. He has served on several committees and boards including the editorial board of the Singapore Law Gazette, the Ethics Committee, and the panel of Criminal Legal Aid Scheme of the Law Society. In the 1970’s William was a volunteer counsellor and taught the bible to prisoners at Changi Prison. He remains active in community work with many charities and organisations from refugee settlement programmes in Ottawa to teenagers suffering from cancer. He sits on the boards of several NGOs including the National Kidney Foundation, Singapore Scouts Council and Project We Care. He is on the Advisory Boards of Singapore Bible College, The Bible Society of Singapore, The Helping Hand and PPIA, a centre for the intellectually challenged in Malaysia. In 2011 William received the Active Ager of the Year Award by the Council for Third Age, Singapore. He is also the recipient of the Solicitor-General of Ontario Award for Crime Prevention and the Ottawa Board of Police Commissioners Civilian Commendation for Police Education.
Eric Teo Thiam Chye
Eric is Senior Director (Corporate Services) at Republic Polytechnic. He is a Fellow of CPA Australia as well as a Fellow Chartered Accountant of Singapore. He held Senior Financial / Management positions in various organisations ranging from MNCs, GLCs to Listed Companies. He also serves in church and charitable organisations in Treasurer / Audit / Governance capacities.
Edward is an established architect and currently Senior Advisor of SAA Architects Pte Ltd. A devoted community leader, he sits on the board of the Public Service Commission (PSC) while also serving on several boards and committees including the Board of Trustees at the National University of Singapore, the Presidential Council for Religious Harmony, National Institute of Education, Singapore Anglican Community Services on top of his appointment as Councillor for Central Singapore Community Development Council, Chairman of the Singapore Youth Award Panel; member of the Public Hygiene Council and the Publications Consultative Committee (MDA). Prior to his current commitments, Edward has devoted his time as a volunteer with PFS and was a member of the National Integration Council. He also served as President of the Singapore Institute of Architects and the Eurasian Association. He has garnered several awards including the FSB Appreciation Award in 1995, the Feedback Unit Appreciation Award in 2000, the PSB Distinguished Award in 2001, the Singapore Prison Service Long Service Award in 2011 and the CDC (Central) Long Service Award in 2013. In addition to his numerous accomplishments, he is also an appointed Justice of the Peace.
Lorinne is Director at OSA Industries Pte Ltd and Agro-Genesis Pte Ltd. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Finance) from the National University of Singapore and a Masters of Arts (Biblical Studies and Theology) from Fuller Theological Seminary, USA. It was at Seminary that she discovered God’s heart for society’s oppressed and marginalised and has been actively serving among these since.
She was previously Executive Director and Corporate Treasurer at Preston Corporation Pte Ltd and Times Educational Sdn Bhd and Assistant Vice President at DBS Bank’s Treasury Department (Foreign Exchange). She served as Associate Lay Leader and Director of Cell Groups at her home church, Paya Lebar Methodist Church, where she has worshipped since 1979. Together with her husband, she leads a cell group and mentors young adults. She is also currently involved in advocacy work for migrant workers.
Married with three young children and a competitive athlete since her youth, she enjoys the outdoors and participates in triathlons.
Gregory is a lawyer who is actively involved in Christian ministry in different capacities in the marketplace and missions. In Singapore, he presently serves as Chairman of the Lawyers Christian Fellowship (a sectional group of the Graduates Christian Fellowship), Honorary Secretary of Singapore Centre for Global Missions, the Full Gospel Business Strategic Gatekeepers and as Board Member of International Christian Chamber of Commerce (Singapore) and SVM2 International.
Lim Fang Chien
Fang Chien is Director & Regional Head of Leadership, Learning & Talent Asia Pacific at Barclays Bank and a member of its Asia Pacific Human Resources Leadership Team. He has been a Human Resource practitioner for over 20 years. Fang Chien has been involved in prison and rehabilitation work as a volunteer for more than 15 years. He is a board member and deacon at Salem Chapel, where he worships with his wife and two children. As a deacon, he oversees the church’s prison ministry and leads a team of 10 volunteers ministering with PFS as well as supervises a young adults cell. He is also a key member of Salem Chapel’s Onesimus Ministry, providing jobs and after-care for released offenders through its innovative farm restorative therapy programme.
Dr Alex Lee
Alex is a senior lecturer at the Department of Social Work at National University of Singapore, with a special interest in Family social work & therapy, Counselling theories & skills, Social work research, Social work direct practice.
Kenny is a sector analyst/portfolio manager in Equities at GIC. He graduated from the University of Chicago with a Bachelor of Arts (Economics) in 2009, then from Oxford University with a Masters of Science (Financial Economics) in 2010. Kenny also serves as a volunteer in PFS. He worships at Cornerstone Community Church.
Benny Se Teo
Benny is the Co-founder and Chief Creative Officer of Eighteen Chefs, a social enterprise comprising of restaurants which engage youths-at-risk and ex-offenders through employment and community outreach programmes. An ex-drug addict, ex-prisoner, chef and social entrepreneur, Benny strongly believes that it is never too late to begin life anew. He has worked with various social agencies, both locally and regionally, to generate greater awareness and create a platform for this depreciated community to be reintegrated into society. Through the various social service initiatives of Eighteen Chefs, he hopes to provide youths-at-risk and ex-offenders with a positive and non-judgmental space where they can begin the process of lasting change for the better.
Benny’s eminent associations include his recognition as Social Innovation Park Fellow (2010), Channel News Asia’s Asian of the Year (2011), the President’s Challenge Social Enterprise of the Year (2012) and SME One Asia Notable Award of the Year (2015).