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Roy Quek is an alumnus of St Anthony's Boys' School, St Joseph's Institution, Hwa Chong Junior College, the London School of Economics & Political Science and Peking University.
From 1994 to 2015, he was a member of the Singapore Civil Service. He served with the Ministry of Defence, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Community, Youth & Sports, the Prime Minister's Office and the Ministry of Health. His last appointment was as Deputy Secretary in the Ministry of Home Affairs. After 21 years of public service, Roy has joined a private investment group.
Brother Paul Ho was a teacher and principal in Malaysia for more than twenty-eight years. After retiring from St Xavier’s Institution, Penang, he was posted to Singapore and is currently the Brother President of St Joseph’s Institution (SJI).
Until June 2015 he was also the Sector Leader in Singapore for the Lasallian East Asia District (LEAD), and is a Directors of LASALLE College of the Arts, and La Salle Centre.
Brother Paul is also a member of the Board of Governors of SJI and of the School Management Boards of other Lasallian schools in Singapore.
Tan Tee How attended St Anthony's Boys' School (1966-71), SJI (1972-75) and Catholic Junior College (1976-77). He graduated from NUS with BBA (Hons) in 1983. He was awarded a Fulbright Scholarship to study for an MPA at Harvard University in 1990.
Mr Tan is currently Commissioner of Inland Revenue and concurrently, Chief Executive Officer IRAS. Prior to this, he served as Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Home Affairs (2011-14) and the Ministry of National Development (2004-11). His other previous appointments include Controller of Immigration (1994-95), Principal Private Secretary to Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong (1997-2000) and founding CEO of the National Healthcare Group (2000-2003).
He also serves as President of the Singapore Scout Association, Non-resident Fellow of Kent Ridge Hall, NUS and Member of the St Anthony’s Primary School Council.
Jessica Tan graduated from the National University of Singapore in 1989 with a Bachelor of Social Sciences (Honours). She majored in Sociology and Economics.
Ms Tan returned to Microsoft Singapore as Managing Director in July 2013 after having served in the same capacity from 2008 to 2012. Prior to joining Microsoft, she spent 14 years with IBM, in various roles including Director of Network Services (NS) division in Asia Pacific, General Manager of, Integrated Technology Services (ITS) ASEAN/South Asia, and in several sales leadership roles.
In 2015, Ms Tan was re-elected the Member of Parliament for the East Coast Group Representation Constituency (GRC) in Singapore, having served since May 2006.
Prof Lim Soo Ping had 12 years of Lasallian education in his early life. He was a student first at St Joseph's Junior School (1957-63) and then at St Joseph's Institution (1964-69) where, in his graduating year, he was appointed Head Prefect of the student body.
While at St Joseph's Institution, Prof Lim was awarded a Colombo Plan Scholarship to study engineering in Canada.
Upon graduation and completion his national service in 1976, Prof Lim joined the Singapore Public Service where he worked for a total of 37 years, first as an engineer, then as an Administrative Service Officer and finally as the Auditor-General of Singapore.
On completion of his term as Auditor-General in 2013, Prof Lim retired from public service and was appointed Professor of Accounting (Practice) at the Singapore Management University (SMU) where he is teaching auditing, leadership and communication.
Esmond attended St Michael’s School (SJI Junior) from 1964 to 1969. He then studied at SJI (Bras Basah) from 1970 to 1975 and was part of the last graduating class of A-Level students from SJI (at Bras Basah Road). He was a venture scout leader at the 2104 Pelandok Scout Group between 1974 and 1975.
He graduated with honours in Commerce from Melbourne University (Australia) in 1981 and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1986.
Esmond is a Senior Director of UOB Kay Hian Holdings Limited and has proactively served on various industry committees, including as the past Chairman of the Stockbrokers Association of Singapore from 2009 to 2012. In recognition of his contributions to the Securities and Futures industry, Esmond was conferred the title IBF Distinguished Fellow in 2014.
He is also a member of the Asian Campaign Board of Melbourne University.
Elaine Ng She holds a Master of Arts (English) from the University of Cambridge, UK and a Master of Arts in Politics from Brandeis University, USA. She is currently the Chief Executive Officer of the National Library Board (NLB) of Singapore.
Prior to joining the NLB in April 2011, Mrs Ng was the Deputy Chief Executive Officer of the National Heritage Board (NHB) where she was responsible for overseeing heritage development. Mrs Ng has more than 20 years of experience in the public sector, covering a wide range of portfolios, ranging from policy development to research and corporate governance.
Michael Sng joined SJI in 1971 where he was a member of the Hippo Scout Group and was awarded the prestigious President’s Scout Award by President Sheares. His father, uncles and son are all fellow Josephians and he was President of SJI Old Boys’ Association from 2003 to 2007. He joined Catholic Junior College in 1975, and in 1983 he graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Economics and Sociology.
Mr Sng joined the Singapore International Merchant Bankers Ltd (SIMBL) in 1983 and in 1999 he became Managing Director at UOB. He is currently Chief Executive Officer and Managing Partner of TAEL Partners.
Dennis Tang co-founded SJI International in 2006.
He reflects with joy on his memorable experiences as a student at SJI and the many wonderful friendships forged during those years. Founding SJI International is his own way of giving back to his Alma Mater and paving the way for more young people to enjoy the Lasallian experience. He is currently working with three fellow Josephians to set up other SJI International schools in the region.
Tan Puay Hiang schooled exclusively at St Joseph’s Institution from Primary one to Pre- University. Following that he graduated in Finance from New York University and the Chartered Institute of Banking and Finance, London.
Mr Tan started a career in banking in New York and subsequently worked in London, Hamburg, Hong Kong and Singapore. He now leads his family’s century-old business group, which had been operating throughout Asia, involved in commodities, property, banking and plantation. He also helms his private investment holding group.
Among other civic appointments he is Singapore’s non-resident High Commissioner to the United Republic of Tanzania.