Stanley Tan (Chairman)
Stanley Tan has spent his years in business covering various sectors including media and publishing, property development and investments, as well as hotel management. He is currently Chief Executive Officer of Singapore public listed GYP Properties Limited, Director and Founder of investment company, Global Media Holdings, and Director of the Angliss Property Group. Since the age of 35, he has placed an equal emphasis on volunteering, devoting half his time to community causes both in and outside Singapore.
Stanley is passionate about addressing the needs of disadvantaged children, youth and families. He chairs the South Central Community Family Service Centre, and co-founded and is the Vice-President of MILK (“Mainly I Love Kids”) Fund. For many years, he also chaired Beyond Social Services, which aims to curb youth delinquency and develop young people. A firm believer in building a strong civil society and promoting strategic philanthropy, he chaired the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre from 2007-2014, where he was responsible for the development of new strategic initiatives, including launching the Community Foundation of Singapore and the Centre for Non-Profit Leadership.
He is active in overseas giving initiatives. Over the years, he has been involved with communities in China, Timor Leste, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Thailand and the Philippines. Stanley was conferred an Honorary Officer to the New Zealand Order of Merit in 2002 and received the Singapore National Day Award in 2011. He was also recognised by the New Zealand High Commission in 2015 for his contribution to Singapore and New Zealand’s 50-year partnership, as well as New Zealand and ASEAN’s 40-year partnership.
Cherie Nursalim is Executive director of GITI Group. Cherie also serves on the International and China Advisory Boards for Columbia University and MIT Sloan School of Management respectively. A Co-Chairman of the United Nations Global Initiative SDSN-ASEAN, she also serves on the Yale Center for Environmental Law Policy, and the University of Indonesia Climate Change Center boards. She is founding trustee of China Disabled Persons Foundation Board, China’s largest foundation, and is among the founding members of the Global Philanthropic Circle.
Her philanthropic work is devoted to health, environment, social justice organisations and tri-sector collaboration. She founded her own organisation, United in Diversity, in 2003 to inspire tri-sector leaders in Indonesia to collaborate, create and implement an action plan to forge a new, positive national identity for Indonesia, based on the multiple strengths of its diverse people. She frequently convenes international and education forums to galvanise leaders from all sectors to come together to dialogue and work together. She also has distributed wheelchairs, awarded scholarships and contributed to numerous disaster-relief campaigns in Indonesia and with her husband, Dr. Enki Tan, to Conservation International.
Cherie is a recipient of the Baiyulan Award from the Shanghai government and her initiatives for HIV AIDS awareness in Indonesia won awards from UNAIDS, International Labor Organisation and the Indonesian government.
Last but not least she a new Orchid species of Dendrodium was named ‘Cherie Nursalim’ in honour of her services in the founding board of ‘Gardens by the Bay’ in Singapore.
Mr David Zuellig has been in the forefront of the group’s development and expansion, in both insurance broking and underwriting. He was Chairman of Accette Broking Group from 1989 till the group divested its broking business in 2011.
In May 2011, Mr David Zuellig was appointed to the Board of Interpharma Investments Limited, subsequently was chosen to be Chairman in September 2011. Mr David Zuellig was actively involved in the strategic and operational management. The Zuellig Group owns and manages a diversified portfolio of industry-leading businesses in the Asia Pacific region spanning sectors including, insurance, healthcare distribution solutions and pharmacy services; agribusiness manufacturing and distribution as well as and agricultural and materials handling equipment supply and services.
In 2012, Mr David Zuellig was appointed Chairman of FPG Insurance Group. Established in 1958 by the Zuellig Group of Companies, FPG Insurance has built an enviable reputation for developing in-depth customer insights that support the creation of relevant, comprehensive insurance products across Asia, for both business and individuals alike.
Laurence Lien is Co-Founder and CEO of the Asia Philanthropy Circle.
Laurence is also the Chairman of Lien Foundation, a family foundation established in 1980. Under his leadership, Lien Foundation has become well-regarded for its forward-thinking and radical approach in the fields of education, eldercare and the environment.
Laurence was the CEO of the National Volunteer & Philanthropy Centre in Singapore from 2008-2014. In 2008, he founded the Community Foundation of Singapore and is currently its Chairman. He is also Board Member of the Lien Centre for Social Innovation at the Singapore Management University.
Prior to his work in the non-profit sector, Laurence served in the Singapore Administrative Service, which forms the top echelon of public service leaders in Singapore. Laurence holds degrees from Oxford University, the National University of Singapore, and Harvard University’s Kennedy School of Government. In 2010, Laurence was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship. He was also a Nominated Member of Parliament in Singapore from 2012-2014.
Victor Rachmat Hartono
Victor Rachmat Hartono is the Chief Operating Officer of PT. Djarum and the President Director of the Djarum Foundation, where he devotes most of his time. Under his leadership and vision, Djarum continues to thrive–expanding into one of the largest and successful business group in the region. He is very proud to be an Indonesian citizen and believes that in the future, Indonesia will fulfil its potential as a well-rounded benign superpower nation from Southeast Asia. A vibrant thriving Indonesia shall play a pivotal role in making the world a better place.
He envisions Indonesia as having strong economic growth, flourishing culture, strong sports performance, effective environmental management, and high quality living standards. Through the Djarum Foundation, Victor is committed to investing in all of these areas.
Victor cites his passions as photography, swimming, history, philanthropy and badminton. Victor also helms the Djarum Badminton Club, which was started by his father, and which has and continues to nurture the best badminton players in the world. In the 2016 Rio Olympics, Indonesia’s only gold medal was won by Djarum Badminton Club’s mixed doubles pair, Tontowi Ahmad and Liliyana Natsir.
Born in Semarang, Victor currently resides in Jakarta. He has a BSc in Mechanical Engineering from the University of California, San Diego and a M.M. from the J.L. Kellogg Graduate School of Management at Northwestern University. He cites Confucius as his daily mantra: “every day we do simple things to create a better more peaceful world”.