Dr Lim Zi Yi
BMDP President &
Senior Consultant Haematologist,
Centre for Clinical Haematology
Dr Lim Zi-Yi is a senior consultant haematologist in private practice. Drawing on his experience working with donor registers in the UK and Europe, Dr Lim is passionate about promoting the education of blood disorders and supporting the needs of patients and families affected by blood cancer.
Abhijit Raha has been a career banker with over 35 years of experience in South and South East Asia having worked for globally renowned institutions such as ANZ, Bank of America, CLSA and BNP Paribas. Until recently he was the CEO for BNP Paribas Securities Pte Ltd in Singapore responsible for the ASEAN region. Abhijit’s areas of expertise span Investment Banking, Equities and Foreign Exchange trading. He brings his managerial experience and financial background to help oversee the affairs of the charity in his capacity as Vice President, and formerly the Honorary Treasurer.
Steven has significant international business and management experience at both large multinational corporations as well as global non-profit organizations. Steven was previously the Vice President and Executive Director at HIMSS, Asia Pacific and Middle East and regional Director for Intel Corporation in Asia. He is also the Vice President at the National University Business School Alumni Board of Directors.
Wee Leng is currently the Director for the School of Electronics and Info-Comm Technology with ITE College East. Having been an educator for more than two decades, Wee Leng has been in service with ITE since 2005 prior to which he was with Temasek Polytechnic back in 1999. Passionate about volleyball and sports, Wee Leng served as the Assistant Secretary General for VAS - Volleyball Association of Singapore, a local NSA (National Sports Council).
Stephen, an Accountant, has been a Stockbroker for over 20 years before taking up appointments as CFO for several Singapore Start Ups in the IT industry. In the Charities Sector , Stephen has served as the President of the YMCA of Singapore, Council Member of the NCSS, and currently serves on the Boards of the Grace Orchard School, a special needs school, and the International Y’s Men’s Club of Singapore (Alpha Chapter), a Service Club.
Chee Soon founded iCFO Advisors after retiring in June 2018 from a Big 4 accounting firm. He is a Fellow at the Institute of Singapore Chartered Accountants (ISCA), a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants, a member of CPA Australia and a CFA charterholder. He is an independent director for a listed company and chairs its Audit Committee. Chee Soon is a member of ISCA’s Investigation & Disciplinary Panel and a director at two other not-for-profit organisations.
Dr Grace Moshi MD FRCPA is a Senior Consultant Haematologist Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine in Haematology and Blood Banking, at the KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital Singapore. Contemporaneously, she is a Visiting Senior Consultant Haematologist in the division of Clinical Services and Transplant Support Services at the Blood Services Group, Health Sciences Authority (HSA), Singapore and also holds the academic position of Clinical Assistant Professor at the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School, Singapore. Dr Moshi is also sought on many local and international committees, and is currently serving on the RCPA Advisory Committee as a Board member in Haematology, with the Royal Australasian College of Pathologists (RCPA), on matters of haematology post graduate training and professional standards for fellows.
Stuart spent over 15 years working in engineering, energy and property related businesses. Driven by a desire to do something more meaningful, he set up Rapzo Capital as a family-funded investment company with one goal – to identify and curate new ideas that can deliver positive change and social impact. A committed volunteer, Stuart actively supports several local non-profit organisations using his network to help raise funds and his professional background to support business development and operations. Stuart holds a Master’s in Economics from the University of Edinburgh. Stuart has volunteered with The Bone Marrow Donor Programme (BMDP) since 2013 and taken on various leadership positions with the charity as a Board Member, sitting on several Sub-Committees over the years.
A senior consultant at the NUH Department of Haematology Oncology and assistant professor with the Department of Medicine at Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Dr Poon has a special interest in lymphoproliferative disorders and hematopoietic stem cell transplantation.
Joon is the VP of Talent and Learning for the International Territories at Schneider Electric. She leads the talent & learning agenda for 5 geographies spanning across South America, Middle East & Africa, India, East Asia, Japan and Pacific and has more than 25 years of HR experience across diverse industries in high tech, manufacturing, services and consulting. Prior to Schneider Electric, Joon was a partner at the Global High Tech Industry Lead at Mercer. Joon started her career in social services but soon found her calling in HR management working with United Airlines, Intel and Dell prior to Mercer.
Kristy is a qualified lawyer. She was in private practice as a Partner in a leading Singapore law firm and is now with the Attorney-General’s Chambers.