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Oxford at Google Singapore: Identity at work

Identity at work: Is it really possible to 'bring your whole self to work?'

Join us for a lively panel discussion into one of the most topical subjects for leaders and organisations globally...

We all wear many hats inside and outside the office. With individuality and intersectionality in mind, is it truly possible (or even practical) to aim to 'bring your whole self to work?' What are the risks of doing so? What are the risks of failing to do so?

Join us for a lively panel discussion into one of the most topical subjects currently facing leaders and organisations globally, as we tackle the challenges and opportunities that diversity and identity bring into the workplace. 

The panel discussion will include representation from leaders in different industries to provide diverse perspectives and discussions on identity.

There will also be an opportunity to network with Oxford representatives, who will be able to discuss the range of programmes available for continued learning.

Registration will open at 5.30pm, please bring ID with you. Due to limited availability of tickets, we ask that you complete the registration form in order to secure your place.

For further information about this event please contact Corinne Linekar at corinne.linekar@sbs.ox.ac.uk or +44 (0)7711 386640.

We look forward to meeting you in Singapore!

Cassie Chan

Cassie Chan grew up in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia and subsequently moved to London, where she spent 12 years. She relocated to Singapore and joined Google. She leads APAC Strategy & Operations for Global Product Partnerships, a team that enables Google’s products, including Search, Assistant, Maps and News. Prior to Google, she worked as a Media Consultant in Deloitte London. Outside work, Cassie spends most (or all) of her time negotiating with her 2 young kids (1 and 3 years old), and enjoys travelling and photography.

 

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Dominic Ang

Dominic is a C-Suite executive with broad experience spanning Asia and across Industries. He has held key management appointments at leading companies such as British Petroleum, Singapore Press Holdings, Media Corporation of Singapore, Singapore Telecoms and AXA. He is currently the Chief Operating Officer of LASALLE College of the Arts. In his current role, he oversees the running of the administrative functions of the institution encompassing Campus Infrastructure & Security, Financial Management & Investments, Information Technology, Student Administration & Services and Admissions.

Dominic graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelors Degree in Business. He further attained an MBA from the University of Dubuque, USA. In 2017 he completed the Strategic Leadership Programme at the Saïd Business School, Oxford University.

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Liew Wei Li

Ms Liew Wei Li was appointed Deputy Director-General of Education (Schools) and Director of Schools in the Ministry of Education, Singapore on 1 January 2017. 

She has chalked up leadership, policy, legislative review and organisational development experience in various Government departments. 

She holds a Masters of Education from Harvard Graduate School of Education, USA, and First Class Honours (Natural Sciences) from Cambridge University, UK.

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George Lam

Head of Mutual Funds and ETF (South East Asia), HSBC Private Bank.

George Lam is the Head of Mutual Funds and ETF (South East Asia) for HSBC Private Bank. He has over 18 years of experience in the financial industry. Prior to joining HSBC Private Bank, he gathered deep understanding of Structured Products, Discretionary Mandates and Sales Management during his time with Credit Suisse and UBS. He started his career with Barra, focusing on portfolio risk analytics. He later joined JCF (Factset) and was relocated to Sweden for 3 years to help set up their Nordic office.

George obtained his Master of Science in Wealth Management from the Singapore Management University and graduated from the National University of Singapore with a Bachelor of Business Administration (Honours). George is a Chartered Financial Analyst (CFA) and a Chartered Alternative Investment Analyst (CAIA).

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