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Dr. Milton Tan is an Associate Professor of Architecture specialising in design-creativity. He was the founding Executive Director of DesignSingapore Council, the government agency responsible for integrating promotion and development of Singapore
Andy Gurnett is a freelance corporate trainer who focuses on helping clients improve their presentation visuals. He ran the British Council corporate training department and has worked for the Singapore Workplace Development Agency.
With an amazing eye for seeing things most other people walk by, he has a great message about the beauty of some of the things we ignore.
At the age of 19, Natalie led a team of nine people, working with street kids, across the Philippines and Colombia. At the age of 22 she was a political journalist and activist for human rights in Palestine.
At the age of 24 she was a Parliamentary speech writer for Labour politicians in West- minster, London and at 27 she entered the world of business. Now, in her early 40s she is the Founder and CEO of The Entheo Network, an international leadership and innovation company that works with businesses to unlock the potential of people to create value out of new ideas.
SitWeng San is a freelance photographer specialising in Documentary,Travel and Portrait Photography. Currently based in Singapore, she holds a degree in Economics, and had spent 8 years in the chemical cleaning and maintenance industry before pursuing her passion in photography this year.
She strongly believes that she has lots to learn and will be pursuing a one year program in the International Center of Photography, New York coming September.
She was the winner of the 2008 UOB Painting of the Year Award for Photography and had exhibited in the Singapore Explanade, 2902 Gallery and Objectifs-School of Photography and Filmmaking.
Inch Chua is the front-woman for the popular alternative rock act Allura. About a year ago she stepped out on her own to share a different beat. Inch