Two new members appointed to NUS Board of Trustees

The National University of Singapore (NUS) will have two new members on its Board of Trustees for terms beginning on 1 April 2021, while two are stepping down. The new members are Dr Sudha Nair, Executive Director, PAVE, and Mr Forrest Li, Founder, Chairman and Group CEO of New York-listed global consumer internet company Sea Limited. Dr Nair is also an NUS alumna.

As part of planned Board renewals, Mr Michael Lien and Mr Abdullah Tarmugi will step down from the Board on 31 March 2021. Mr Lien is the Executive Chairman of Wah Hin & Company Pte Ltd, while Mr Tarmugi is a permanent member of the Presidential Council for Minority Rights and a former Speaker of Parliament.

Mr Hsieh Fu Hua, Chairman of the NUS Board, said, “We are delighted to welcome Sudha and Forrest to our Board. With their rich experience and expertise, they will bring relevant insights as we continue to shape bold and pioneering initiatives at NUS.”

“We also extend our deepest appreciation to Michael and Abdullah for their many contributions to NUS. Both have served us very well and provided wise guidance that helped chart the University’s growth and transformation. We thank them for their dedicated service,” said Mr Hsieh.

The NUS Board of Trustees currently has 20 members.

Members of the Board of Trustees are appointed by the Minister for Education. The Board is made up of eminent leaders from the public sector, academia, business and various professions. The Board works closely with the management and stakeholders of the University to shape its vision, chart major directions, and guide significant initiatives to produce a strong and enduring impact for the University, and for Singapore and beyond.

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