Su Yen Wong

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Topics: Leadership, Management
Expertise: Leading in disruptive times

Su-Yen is an internationally recognised thought leader, professional speaker, and board director, who helps audiences around the world navigate the intersection of technology, strategy and leadership.

Recognised for thought leadership on strategy, organisation development, and the future of work, her perspectives are shaped by a unique blend of experience at the board and C-level in high-tech, business, and human capital gleaned over 25 years across Asia

A sought-after keynote speaker and facilitator, Su-Yen has addressed audiences from the United States to Ukraine including boards of directors, CEOs and senior business leaders, ministers and government officials, unionists, entrepreneurs, educators, engineers, and lawyers.

She is a highly-rated guest lecturer and visiting expert at programs and seminars conducted by universities such as IESE Business School (Spain), INSEAD (France), IPADE Business School (Mexico), National University of Singapore, Singapore Management University, and Yale University (USA).

Su-Yen currently serves on the Boards of several public, private, and not-for-profit organisations. She is Chairperson, Nera Telecommunications, and Independent Director at MediaCorp, Yoma Strategic Holdings, NTUC First Campus, and CPA Australia.  Previously, she was Chief Executive Officer of the Human Capital Leadership Institute; Chairperson (Singapore) for Marsh & McLennan Companies; Senior Partner and Managing Director, Southeast Asia at Mercer; Asia Managing Partner for the Communications, Information & Entertainment practice at Oliver Wyman.

Su-Yen brings an established track record with multinational and local organisations; established and start-up operations; private and publicly-held companies.  She has advised and worked with some of the world’s largest, most innovative, and complex organisations including Alibaba, AT&T, Becton Dickinson, Citibank, China Mobile, DBS, ExxonMobil, Hewlett-Packard, IBM, Microsoft, SK Telecom, and the Government of Singapore.