Ms Gillian Tay Weng Boon
Gillian is a self-motivated consultant and entrepreneur with a wide range of experiences in investment, services, sales, hospitality, fashion, events and creative industry. She then switched to the real estate and investment industry for the past 25 years, advising high net worth clients on local, global real estate, relocation & investment products. She also manages seminars, training & conferences world wide for The Global Institute for Risk management standards (G31000) since 2012. Gillian has been serving as council member of the International Real Estate Federation from 2008 till date. She was the Chairperson of the Disciplinary & Mediation Panel of Singapore Accredited Estate Agency and ex-President of The Cosmopolitan Women's Club.
Mr Lawrence Patrick
Lawrence Patrick has spent nearly 20 years working in the private, public and academic health care sectors, including 15 years in the Middle East and Southeast Asia, expanding the Johns Hopkins Medicine mission of excellence in medical education, research and clinical care. Lawrence currently serves as the Chief Executive Officer of Johns Hopkins Singapore, a fully branded Johns Hopkins oncology facility in Singapore, where his primary focus is to provide strategic leadership and development for Johns Hopkins Singapore’s emerging growth objectives. Patrick is an active member of several boards of corporate and philanthropic organisations and holds a bachelor’s degree in economics and a master’s degree in health administration.
Dr Low Yee
Dr Low is a senior paediatric surgeon at KK Women’s and Children’s Hospital and has been working with children since 1997.
She heads the department of Pediatric Surgery and is concurrently deputy chair of the Division of Surgery.
An adjunct Associate Professor at Duke-NUS Medical School and NUS Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, Dr Low is involved in undergraduate medical education and has earned an Executive MBA from Insead Business School in 2015.
In her daily work, she journeys with children with various life-threatening medical conditions and hopes to contribute further by bringing these children joy and hope as they see their wishes granted.