FRIENDS OF ST. JUDE INDIA CHILDCARE CENTRES, SINGAPORE
The main initiative of the Singapore Team is to raise awareness among Indian nationals based in Singapore as well as in the schools there, which will in turn help raise funds and generate donations.
Currently the Fund Manager with Arisaig Partners in Singapore, Lindsay hails from Edinburgh and has lived in Asia for the last 22 years.
With rich experience in the development sector in international organizations, backed up by her work as a lawyer in the US, Zurich and Singapore, Ramya proposes to make sustained and meaningful difference to St. Judes by way of charity, social investment or by connecting people and raising awareness. An an author in English and Tamil, her stories have received the Golden Point Award in 2003 and 2011 from the National Arts Council, Singapore.
A media professional and an author, Shalini Sinha is originally from Patna, Bihar. Shalini has been living in Singapore for the last 14 years during which she has served the Indian Women's Association in various capacities. Shalini has also served a two-year tenure as member of Singapore's National Integration Council. She has also been deeply engaged with the social services sector in Singapore for many years and is hoping to contribute to the St. Judes initiative by spreading awareness and running the student volunteer programme.
The first of her Sikh family to be born in the UK, Sherry was brought up in Nottingham, England. Sherry has been an English teacher in the UK and Hong Kong.
Nicole is originally from Germany and has been living in Asia since 1997. Until 2011 she has been involved in various manufacturing and distribution start-ups in South East Asia and China. She has a degree in International Business.
Mark is the managing partner for Hakluyt & Company Asia Pacific, based in Singapore. He was in Chennai and spent a period studying at St Stephen s College in Delhi before going to Cambridge. Since then he has served in the British Army, the Foreign & Commonwealth Office and Bain & Company before joining Hakluyt in 2002. He is a keen sportsman and a former deputy chairman of UK Sport.