Singapore Institute of Management Holdings Pte Ltd Board of Directors
Ms Euleen Goh
SIM Governing Council
Ms Euleen Goh is Non -Executive Chairman of SATS Ltd, a leading provider of Food Solutions and Gateway Services.
She is also a non-executive board member of Royal Dutch Shell plc, CapitaLand Limited, DBS Group Holdings Ltd, DBS Bank Ltd, Singapore Health Services Pte Ltd and a Trustee of Temasek Trust and the Singapore Institute of International Affairs Endowment Fund. She is a member of the Governing Council of the Singapore Institute of Management and also chairs the Board of Governors of NorthLight School as well as the Board of Directors of DBS Foundation Ltd.
Ms Goh is also the Rector of Cinnamon College, National University of Singapore. This is a non-executive role, working with the College Master to set strategic directions for the college.
A Chartered Accountant from the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, she also holds further professional qualifications in banking and taxation. Ms Goh is also a Fellow of the Singapore Institute of Chartered Accountants and the Singapore Institute of Directors.
Ms Goh held various senior management positions in Standard Chartered Bank, travelling widely throughout the Group’s operations in the course of her duties. Following her retirement, she has held non-executive appointments on various boards including Singapore Airlines Limited, Aviva plc, Singapore Exchange Limited, MediaCorp Pte Ltd, Standard Chartered Bank Thai pcl and Standard Chartered Bank Malaysia Berhad. She is the former Chairman of Singapore International Foundation, International Enterprise Singapore and Accounting Standards Council, Singapore as well as a former member of the Management Advisory Board of the NUS Business School.
Ms Goh was named as Her World Woman of the Year 2005. She was awarded a Public Service Medal in that same year and a Public Service Star in 2012.
Professor Cham Tao Soon
Nanyang Technological University
Professor Cham Tao Soon was trained as a Civil Engineer at the University of Malaya in Kuala Lumpur. Thereafter he left for University of Cambridge for a PhD in Aerodynamics from 1965 to 1968.
On return from Cambridge, he taught Engineering at the University of Singapore and became the Dean of Engineering in 1978. He was asked by the then Minister of Education Dr Tony Tan to start Nanyang Technological Institute (NTI) in 1981 and then Nanyang Technological University (NTU) in 1991. He retired from NTU in 2002. The next educational initiative was to start the SIM University in 2005 and retired as its Chancellor and Chairman in 2014.
Professor Cham has made his contributions to Statutory Bodies like Land Transport Authority (LTA), Jurong Town Corporation (JTC), Construction Industry Development Board (CIDB), Science Council and National Science and Technology Board (NSTB); and Non-Profit Organisations like Singapore Symphony Orchestra (SSO), Singapore Quality Award (SQA) and Tan Chin Tuan Foundation. He was a member of Council of Presidential Advisors from 2004 to 2010. Over the years he was Independent Director of SMRT LTD, WBL Corporation Ltd, United Overseas Bank (UOB) and Singapore Press Holdings (SPH).
Currently he is the Chairman of NSL Ltd, Soup Restaurant Group Ltd and Singapore Railway Academy (SGRA).
Professor Hsieh Tsun-yan
SIM Governing Council
Chairman and Lead Counsellor
Professor Hsieh Tsun-yan is the Chairman and Lead Counsellor of LinHart Group, a Leadership services firm specialising in advising boards and counselling CEOs globally on succession and top leadership effectiveness. He is an Independent Director of Manulife Financial and Singapore Airlines and served on the Boards of Bharti Airtel and Sony. He is also a Provost Chair Professor (Practice) at the NUS Business School and the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. He also serves as a special advisor to companies such as Cue Ball (media and technologies) and AppDirect (cloud services).
In a career spanning 30 years with McKinsey, he took on leadership positions including Chairman of Professional Development Committee, Managing Director, Canada and ASEAN practices, Chairman of Asia Client Committee, Global leader of the Organisation and Leadership practice, and the Directors Committee.
His community service includes board roles current and past with the Duke-NUS Medical School, the Singapore International Foundation, the National University of Singapore Business School, the Institute of Policy Studies, the Singapore Symphony Orchestra, Covenant House Canada and the University Health Network Foundation in Toronto.
Professor Hsieh is a Harvard MBA who won double gold medals reading Mechanical Engineering at the University of Alberta as a President and Colombo Plan Scholar.
Dr Lee Kwok Cheong
Chief Executive Officer
Singapore Institute of Management Holdings Pte Ltd
Dr Lee is the Chief Executive Officer of Singapore Institute of Management Holdings Pte Ltd and an Adjunct Professor at the Singapore University of Social Sciences (SUSS). He was previously an Adjunct Associate Professor of NTU Business School.
Dr Lee has served on many boards and national committees in education, manpower and IT areas. Currently, he is a Member of the Future Economy Council’s Essential Domestic Services (EDS) Sub-Committee which oversees industry transformation in healthcare, early childhood education and adult education; as well as the Design Education Review Committee (Workgroup 2). He is also a Board Member of the TENG Ensemble Ltd, ILA Vietnam Ltd. Co., Worldwide Education and Training Limited and chairs IRAS Technical Advisory Panel.
Dr Lee graduated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the University of California at Berkeley. He attended the INSEAD Avira Program and Stanford Executive Program at the Stanford Graduate School of Business.
Dr Lee received Singapore’s Public Service Medal (PBM) in 2010 and Public Service Star (BBM) in 2016. He was awarded a Doctor of Business honoris causa by the RMIT University in 2014 and a Doctor of Science honoris causa by the University of London in 2016.
Dr Lee had a successful 27-year career in IT consulting and services before moving to education in 2005.
Mr Ong Boon Hwee
Chief Executive Officer
Stewardship Asia Centre
Mr Ong Boon Hwee is the Chief Executive Officer of the Stewardship Asia Centre.
Prior to his current appointment, Mr Ong has a diverse career where he served in the civil service, in corporations and also in entrepreneurship start-ups.
In his earlier military career, Brigadier General Ong held various key command and staff positions in the Singapore Armed Forces and the Ministry of Defence. He left the civil service to move into a corporate career in management and business. Mr Ong had previously served as the Managing Director for Strategic Relations in Temasek Holdings and also held a concurrent position as the Chief Executive Officer of Temasek Management Services. He then moved on to take on the role of Chief Operating Officer of Singapore Power, and was responsible for all the business units in Singapore. Mr Ong serves as a director on the boards of a number of companies and non-profit organisations.
Mr Ronald Tan
Singapore Institute of Management
Mr Ronald Tan is the Executive Director of the Singapore Institute of Management (SIM). Mr Tan brought with him more than 25 years of varied experience from both the public and private sectors.
Prior to joining SIM, Mr Tan was Senior Vice President and Head of Group Human Resources at the United Overseas Bank Group. Before joining the Bank, Mr Tan held senior appointments in several government ministries under the Administrative Service. He served as a Combat Engineers Battalion Commander and was the Division Engineer of the Guards’ Division during his national service.
Mr Tan is also a Director of the NTUC First Campus Board of which he is a member of the Establishment Committee and the Audit & Risk Committee. He also serves as a member of the NKF Remuneration Committee and the HR Committee of Focus on the Family. Mr Tan was presented the Friend of Labour Award by the NTUC in 2016.
Mr Tan holds a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering and a Master of Business Administration.
Last Modified Date :17 May 2018