Alumni Advisory Board

In conjunction with its 25th anniversary, WKWSCI has introduced a new advisory board made up of exemplary alumni who have gone on to become trailblazers and innovators in their careers. This Board will work closely with School management to shape and transform the future of its programmes and curriculum.

Wong Voal Voal

Managing Partner, IN.FOM
Class of 1997

A seasoned PR practitioner with over 20 years of experience working with global and Asian brands, Voal Voal co-founded IN.FOM in 2011, a homegrown agency that has received recognition from the regional and international communications industry.

Chua Chin Hon

Supervising Editor, TODAY
Class of 1998

A journalist and editor for about two decades in Singapore, China and the United States, Chin Hon is passionate about all aspects of the news industry. He is currently a supervising editor at TODAY, the first major Singapore news publication to have fully gone mobile.

Angeline Poh

Assistant Chief Executive Officer (Industry Development), Infocomm Media Development Authority
Class of 1999

In her position as Assistant Chief Executive Officer (Industry Development) of the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA), Angeline leads the IMDA’s effort to develop a vibrant infocomm & media ecosystem that powers Singapore’s Digital Economy. She also oversees the development and implementation of the IMDA’s public service content strategies and initiatives.

Prior to this, Angeline was the Assistant Chief Executive Officer of the Media Development Authority, and previously served as the Managing Director of McGraw-Hill Education (Asia), after holding various positions at the Singapore Economic Development Board.
Eugene Wee

Editor, The New Paper
Class of 1999

Since graduating from WKWSCI, Eugene has been with The New Paper, taking on roles such as journalist covering tech, politics, business, crime and entertainment, foreign correspondent based in the US, news editor and editor. He also serves on the Faculty Advisory Committee of Ngee Ann Polytechnic’s School of Film and Media Studies.
Joanne Yap

Group Chief Operating Officer, Group Director, Institutional Community Care, National University Health System
Class of 2002

In her role as Group Chief Operating Officer, Group Director, Institutional Community Care with the National University Health System, Joanne works with colleagues to drive operational alignment, effectiveness and efficiency across the various institutions in NUHS, to achieve seamless care and service to patients. Joanne also holds various senior positions at other public healthcare institutions, including Chief Strategy Officer of Ng Teng Fong General Hospital and Jurong Community Hospital; Director of Jurong Medical Centre.

Linda Lee

Head of Communications, Southeast Asia and North Asia, and Internal Communications Lead, APAC, LinkedIn
Class of 2004

At LinkedIn, Linda plays a unique hybrid role in marrying both internal and external communications in Asia Pacific - leading and driving communications initiatives in Southeast Asia and North Asia, as well as corporate and internal communications for Asia Pacific.

She is also the Founder of White Parachute, a mentoring programme serving "seemingly average" students in Singapore.
Adrian Yeap

Creative Director, Leo Burnett
Class of 2007

Since graduating from WKWSCI, Adrian has won over 90 creative and effectiveness awards, becoming the first and only Singaporean to win back-to-back D&AD Yellow Pencils. From Saatchi & Saatchi to DDB and Ogilvy, Adrian’s work was internationally awarded in Cannes, One Show, Effies and D&AD across multiple disciplines including digital, mobile, print and activation.
Sam Kang Li

Co-founder & Director, ‎Little Red Ants Creative Studio
Class of 2009

Shortly after graduation in 2009, Kang Li established Little Red Ants Creative Studio with four other partners – all WKWSCI alumni. Today, the video production agency, which also employs several alumni, is a 35-men team that creates content to communicate effectively for clients in sectors such as aviation, education, government, healthcare and more.
Sarah Thiam

Events Lead, Central Marketing Operations, APAC, Microsoft
Class of 2015

Sarah leads the event strategy and operations across Microsoft Asia Pacific, previously managing product marketing for Windows 10 and Surface devices in Microsoft Singapore. The power of branding is a keen interest which stems from her rich experience from WKWSCI, with opportunities to lead events such as the Perspectives Film Festival and WKWSCI D&D.