Board of Directors
Mr Koh Juay Meng, PBM
An entrepreneur with over 30 years of experience in IT and supply chain logistics, Juay Meng is actively involved in the community serving on various advisory committees. He is a passionate advocate for senior volunteerism and harnessing the full potential of seniors. He is also Chairman of Sengkang Central Citizens’ Consultative Committee and Treasurer of Thye Hua Kwan Moral Charities. Juay Meng sits on LTA's Active Mobility Advisory Panel, Merdeka Generation Communications and Engagement Taskforce, and SG Cares Steering Committee. He was formerly on MOH's Eldershield/Careshield Review Committee, the NCSS Volunteer Resource Committee and Singapore Business Federation’s Sub-Committee on Aged Workforce.
Mr Raymond Chan
Raymond has been a member of RSVP since 2014. He was co-opted into the Board in March 2017 and Vice Chair of RSVP Singapore since 2019. He has more than 30 years of auditing, finance and risk management experience in various MNC financial institutions across the United Kingdom, Hong Kong, Singapore and Japan. He is currently an Executive Director, Chief Operating Officer in Risk Management Group, Market and Liquidity Risk with DBS Bank. In his capacity as RSVP’s Honorary Treasurer, he chairs the Finance and Investment Committees. He was also an internal auditor in RSVP for the financial year ending 30 June 2015. He also participates actively in Corporate Social Responsibility activities at his current employer. He is a mentor for SMU’s Mentoring Pinnacle 2021 and formerly volunteered as a youth mentor at Enactus.
Ms Michelle Ng
Michelle Ng joined RSVP Singapore as a volunteer in 2019, driven by a strong passion to champion senior volunteerism. She is an active volunteer in the Senior Guiding programme at the National Dental Centre, Singapore Art Museum and National Heritage Board, and a member of the Senior Guiding Committee, involved in reviewing volunteering sites and organising team bonding activities for volunteers. She shares her volunteering journey as a speaker at RSVP’s corporate events like Retiring Gracefully, Be An Effective Volunteer, and at its volunteer recruitment event IGNITE@RSVP. Michelle is also a bilingual trainer at the Majestic Smart Seniors Applied Learning Centre, where she engages seniors in the use of digital technology in everyday life. Prior to her retirement, she was at Hewlett Packard Enterprise for over 20 years, leading system implementation and driving business transformation and M&A activities across Asia Pacific, China, Japan and India.
Assistant Honorary Secretary
Mr Ngiam Tong Yuen
A Chemical Engineer by training, Tong Yuen is an accredited Principal Mediator with Singapore Mediation Centre (SMC), 7 years with PUB followed by 30 years with Exxon. He worked in different capacities including as Division Head, Operations Head and Plant Manager. He was the Former VP and Council member of the Institution of Engineers, and a former member of the Singapore Polytechnic Chemical and Life Sciences Advisory Committee. He is now the Chairman of the Advisory Committee for Management Systems and Product Certification (AMCP) for TUV SUD and is Co-Chairman of the Technical Committee for Conformity Assessment Standards Committee (CASCO) of the Singapore Standards Council. He is also an Assessor for the Engineering Accreditation Board (EAB). Tong Yuen is the first recipient of the President's Volunteerism & Philanthropy Awards 2015 (Senior). For his service in RSVP, he was awarded RSVP’s first Emeritus Award in 2017.
Mr Daniel Teo
Daniel has over 30 years of experience holding senior C-suite positions at ABN AMRO Bank, ING Private Banking and Bank of Singapore. He has experience in IT, Accounting, Business Management, Audit, Risk and Governance matters. Daniel left banking in 2016 to pursue voluntary work and non-executive roles, initially at non-profit organisations. In June 2016, he was appointed the Chairman of ISCOS, a co-operative of ex-offenders set up under the purview of the Ministry of Home Affairs, to help ex-offenders integrate back into society. He held this role till 31 May 2022. In October 2018, he was appointed as a non-executive independent director of Prudential Assurance Company one of the largest insurance companies in Singapore. He is a member of their Board Risk Committee, Nomination/Remuneration Committee and chairman of the Audit Committee. Other past experiences include Independent Director and Chairman Audit Risk Committee at YR Industries Pte Ltd, and also Board Member and Chairman Audit Committee at Home Nursing Foundation.
Ms Genevieve Chua
Genevieve was co-opted into the Board in January 2017. Genevieve was accorded a Fellow Chartered Accountant of Singapore status by the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA) in May 2016. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of OVOL Singapore Pte Ltd. Her previous appointments in community service include Honorary Treasurer of the Print & Media Association Singapore, Council Member of ISCA, Honorary Treasurer of the Financial Planning Association of Singapore. She was also appointed as an Independent Non-Executive Director and the Chair of the Audit and Risk Committee of Singapore listed Tye Soon Limited.
1st Vice Chair
Ms Sandra Yee
Sandra Yee is a Chartered Accountant and holds a master’s degree in law. She has also completed Harvard Business Analytics Graduate Programme with a focus in Business, Engineering & Applied Science, Statistics which has poised her to advance into analytics-focused leadership roles and drive disruptive innovation through data. Sandra leads the Governance, Risk and Compliance (GRC) for a foreign-listed telecommunication company, overseeing its financial services businesses in Emerging Asia as part of the company’s advocation of financial inclusion and commitment to the World Bank’s agenda for universal financial access, UFA 2020. She is heavily involved in business transformation and advisory by working closely with CXO teams, Group functions, Board members and partners/shareholders to safeguard and facilitate effective GRC encompassing performance and financial reviews, closing monitoring of known risk and emerging risk, implementation of fit-for-purpose risk, compliance, and internal control frameworks, building right culture, conduct and tone from the top.
Assistant Honorary Treasurer
Mr Joseph Chia
Joseph, a retired businessman, joined RSVP in its pioneering years and was formerly the Chairman of the Cyberguide Programme from 2002 to 2007. He was instrumental in organising RSVP’s first Seniors Computer Day in 2002. The event was a success and it helped build RSVP’s reputation as a leader in ICT training for seniors in Singapore. Joseph was co-opted onto the Board in late 2016. Joseph has been actively involved in social work. He is currently the Chairman of Ding Yi Music Company, Programme Director of Rotary Club of Singapore and the Board and Exco Member of Singapore After-Care Association. He is also the Honorary President for Singapore Hui Ann Association and Singapore Hui Hwa Pugilistic Association.
Ms Marie Mattar
Marie has been actively involved in RSVP since 1998 and was on RSVP’s Board from 2000 to 2012 and held the position of 2nd Vice President from 2004 to 2006. She was Chairman of the Public Education Programme from 2005 to 2008, followed by Advisor of Active Ageing Seniors Programme from 2008 to 2010. In 2005, she was a member of the Fund Development Committee and contributed for seven years. She was also the Chairman of the Corporate Communications Committee/ Corporate & Marketing Communications Committee for 13 years since 2000, before briefly stepping down and then resuming the position in early 2018. She is currently the Chairman of the Corporate Communications Committee and Enrichment Committee overseeing the activities of the Enrichment classes and Activity Circles. In honour of her 20 years of contribution to RSVP, she was awarded RSVP’s Emeritus Award in 2021.
Ms Lau Lu Ching
Lu-Ching is the Director for External Affairs, Policy and Communications for Singapore, Malaysia and Brunei at MSD Pharma (Singapore) Pte Ltd and a Board Member of the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne. Prior to joining MSD, Lu-Ching was a Partner at Klareco Communications, where she led business and solutions development with a focus on policy, access, public affairs and crisis communications. Lu-Ching started her policy career in 1997 working with the Singapore Prime Minister’s Office, where her last appointment was in the Prime Minister’s Office as Assistant Secretary/ Deputy Director (Projects) to the Prime Minister. She was a member of the personnel board at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Ministry of National Development and cross-ministerial public policy committees at APAC. In 2010, she joined British Petroleum Plc in London as the Global Crisis Communications Advisor, and in 2015, took on a leadership role at APP Sinarmas in Indonesia as the Head of Global Communications.
Professor Ang Hak Seng
Prof Ang is the former Deputy Secretary of Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY), leading the Ministry’s efforts in SG Cares. Currently, he serves as the Director of the Centre of Excellence for Social Good at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS), an adjunct professor at NTU’s Nanyang Centre for Public Administration and a Fellow at the Civil Service College. He served the Public Service for more than 25 years as the Chief Executive Director of the People’s Association (PA), transforming PA into a resident-centric organisation and playing an invaluable role in strengthening Singapore’s social fabric. His previous appointments include Commissioner of Charities (COC) and Executive Director of the Registry of Co-operative Societies and Mutual Benefit Organisations (RCS). Prof Ang also led the Health Promotion Board as the Chief Executive Officer.
Mr Michael Moey
Michael graduated from the National University of Singapore with a LLB (Hons) in 1986 and has been in practice since 1987 for more than 32 years. He obtained his Graduate Certificate in Arbitration in 2006. An advocate and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Singapore, he was called to the Singapore Bar in 1987. He founded his firm Moey Yuen Leet & Samuel, and subsequently Moey & Yuen in 1994. Prior to forming Moey & Yuen, he was a junior partner with Harry Elias & Partners. Michael is a principal mediator with the Singapore Mediation Centre , a member of the International Mediation Institute and a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Arbitration. He is also a Notary Public and a Commissioner for Oaths. Michael has a wide range of experience in various types of civil and commercial litigation as well as mediation. He has litigated cases covering many areas of law in the Court of Appeal, High Court, State and Family Courts. 37 of his cases have been reported in the Singapore Law Reports.
Mr Sunny Chan
Sunny is presently the Chairman of the Cyberguide programme and Volunteer Learning Centre (VLC). Sunny has been a strong supporter of RSVP’s training function including VLC since he joined the organisation in 2011. He facilitates programmes in the VLC, arranges trainers for Silver IT Fest and corrects all outstanding problems faced by Silver IT Care. He was also instrumental in leading M+W in two charity golf events benefitting RSVP Singapore in 2012 and 2016. Prior to his retirement, he was the Vice President (Site Services) for TECH Semiconductor Singapore Pte Ltd and was instrumental in setting up the Regional Headquarters for Hewlett Packard in Hong Kong. Besides these, Sunny has volunteered in schools and industries, serving for more than 22 years on the Board of the National Youth Achievement Award Council. For his contributions and dedication to RSVP, Sunny was presented the inaugural Founding President’s Award during RSVP’s 20th Anniversary Charity Gala Dinner in October 2018.
Dr Carol Tan
Carol is a geriatrician by training. She has been involved in direct patient care across the entire continuum including acute hospitals as well as in the intermediate and long-term care sector. She has headed the Geriatric Medicine units in both Changi General Hospital and Singapore General Hospital. As a policy maker, she was with the Ministry of Health and held concurrent appointments in the Epidemiology and Disease Control, Integrated Health Services and Health Finance Divisions. She served as Deputy Director (Elderly and Disability Policy) in Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports and worked on the Prime Minster Office (Ageing) portfolio. Her interests are in developing a person-centered, whole life, integrated, multidisciplinary, evidence-based approach in the area of health and social care provision.
Mr Abdullah Tarmugi, Mr Lim Boon Heng, Dato Dr Tan Hian-Tsin.