We hosted a lovely intimate evening discussion on Nov 13th, 2018 with Professor Karen Thornber on her latest research project “Women and leadership in Asia”. Many interesting statistical observations were made and there was lovely debate over whether some of the phenomenon was historically gender-stereo-type based (from all sides) or whether this was self perpetuated or not; and what has been...
As the official club of Harvard alumni in Singapore, the objective of the Harvard University Association of Alumni in Singapore (HUAAS) is to advance the mutual welfare of Harvard University and its alumni in Singapore. Our motto is “Veritas Singapura” combining the ethos of our alma mater and referencing the national anthem of Singapore. The association’s activity will be focused on three areas: Programming, Outreach, and Structure.
- Programming – maintaining an active event calendar for social and professional development activities
- Outreach – growing the number of active members in the Club year on year to improve the quality of relationships in the Harvard community
- Structure – maintaining a dispersed leadership model allowing for broad participation from various segments within the Harvard community and alumni from the college and different graduate schools and divisions of Harvard University.
“KC” CHEW Kheng Chuan, AB ’82 (Term Ending 2019) – President
Rebecca WOO, AB ’89 (Term Ending 2020) – Vice President
Nadine YAP, AB ’92, AM ’95 (Term Ending 2019) – Secretary
Andrew NAI, GMP ’14 (Term Ending 2020) – Treasurer
Michael KOH, MDes ’93 (Term Ending 2020) – Committee Member
Lei- Theng LIM, LLM ’94 (Term Ending 2019) – Committee Member
Mathew WELCH, MBA ’93 (Term Ending 2019) – Committee Member
Titus YONG, EdM ’03 (Term Ending 2020) – Committee Member
Kuriakin ZENG, AB ’14 (Term Ending 2019) – Committee Member
Five recent Harvard graduates will be discussing how they have followed their passions after Cambridge, back in Singapore – some have started their own bread-and-butter businesses (some not their first try) and all have followed their passions and dreams … but how did they move from a degree holder to business owner / author / poet / artist / TV host? Hear from: Amanda Chong, Harvard Law, is a published poet, co-founder of Readable which runs English literacy classes for…Find out more »