Annetta Chan Wei Ting

Annetta loves to discover the wonders of the world within its depths. She is always ready to hop on her next big adventure, where she'll meet new people and rediscover herself. She has travelled to India for Project Vikasa, a study trip to Vietnam and an exchange to Vancouver. As an avid food lover, Annetta is also part of the SMU Gourmet Club.

Chan Mei An

A bubble-tea and caffeine addict, Mei An is a curious individual who enjoys exploring and gaining new skills, something SMU has given her ample opportunity to do. She is currently a part of SMU Funk Movement and SMU Aquatic Sharks. In her free time, she enjoys eating good food and thinking about the origins of the universe. 

Chua Min Hui

Having been an athlete all her life with 7 years of prior experience in Fencing, Min Hui never participated in the arts - till now. She is a proud member of the Timbal section from SMU Samba Masala, SMU's Afro - Brazilian Percussion Group. Min Hui aims to broaden her horizons through SMU's opportunities, and has participated in an overseas community service project (Project Neora V) to India and a Summer Term in Cambridge University as part of the Pembroke-King's Programme.

Chloe Tan Hui Yin

As a highly motivated individual, Chloe seeks opportunities that allow her to broaden her horizons and meet like-minded individuals. Having led an OCSP to Nepal, planned SMU Waikiki and been a Sports Camp Facilitator, she believes a university education should go beyond the paper chase.

Derrick Pang Guiqiang

Work hard, play hard - Derrick sees university as the last step before entering the corporate world, and believes that this is the key to maximising whatever university life has to offer. As a sophomore, Derrick signed up to challenge himself both physically and mentally, taking up CCAs like Track and Field, cycling, and learning more about investing through EYE Investment. Derrick also had the opportunity to learn about and serve the Thai community through two editions of an overseas community service project, Project Nok Hook.

Gabriel Koh Zhe Ming

Gabriel believes in exploring sustainability and environmental causes, alongside his passion for learning coding and software engineering. He strives to remain optimistic despite his circumstances and be there for others, and upholds professionalism, teamwork, and communication skills.

Gwen Lim Ching Ee

Gwen is passionate about stepping out of her comfort zone and meeting new people. Prior to joining ASMU, she was the Events Director of SMU EYE Investment where she liaised with corporate partners and spearheaded WOMEN@BANKS 2017. She also attended the summer programme at University of Cambridge where she met students from around the world.

Heather Elizabeth Humphries

Heather has a keen interest in running and Muay Thai, having picked up the martial art in her first year at SMU. Despite being smaller than most Ambassadors, she hopes her size doesn't dwarf (pun intended) her interest in the sport. A final year Social Science student, she likes keeping up with politics and was crushed by the results of the 2016 US elections. As were many.

Ho Bang Ying

Bang Ying is most active as a foodie (especially Southeast Asian food). He also toggles between supporting Liverpool and leading the fast life on his road bike. In his free time, he travels the world for international business case competitions with SMU Cognitare, amongst other pursuits. Life in SMU couldn't be more fulfilling for him!

Irina Sia Xueqi

Irina challenges herself in the pursuit of excellence and aspires to make a difference to society. In Year 1 alone, she participated in 2 Overseas Community Service Projects and has served as a mentor at a local charity organisation. But she is only as strong as her cup of coffee and needs her daily dose by 10.

Janice Chiang Hwei-Yi

No dementor could suck the life out of Janice; ever bubbly and cheerful, she derives her drive by bringing joy to others. The avid globetrotter fuels her passion by spreading love and service during her travels. Be it her community service trip in India, internship in Africa or student exchange in Europe, Janice relishes every minute of it.

Jessica Lee Yi Ling

Recipient of the University Student Life Awards, Jessica was the Citi-SMU Financial Literacy Club Vice President and is an international students’ mentor. Finalist for Voice Personality Hunt, she emcees for corporate events and carnivals. She loves dancing, singing and visiting exhibitions.

Kelvin Fan Shih Lei

Kelvin has been with the SMU Track and Field Club since 2014, even before his matriculation. High Jump has taken him to places such as Malaysia and Thailand for competition, and Sydney for a self-organized training stint. Previously, he was a facilitator for Inspirar, Sports Camp & Bondue Camp, and when he used to have free time, he enjoys baking and cooking. Now, he eagerly awaits his exchange to Wharton Business School and wonders what else life has lined up for him.

Kenneth Kong Guo Liang

Adventurous by nature, Kenneth believes in trying new things and learning along the way. As an active member in SMUXtremists, he has participated in trekking, diving and kayaking expeditions in Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines. His mantra, that life is too short to visit the same place twice, brought him to Kenya for an overseas internship, and Israel for a semester-long exchange.

Lam Wai Weng, Aaron

Aaron enjoys stepping out of his comfort zone to gain new experiences. SMU’s wide array of co-curricular activities enables him to participate in contemporary dance workshops and weekly Yoga sessions. He strongly believes that there is always something to learn in whatever he does. In his free time, you can find him in the gym or reading a book.

Lee Hern Hwei Vera

Vera loves to meet people and do things she is passionate about. She is part of SMU Broadcast & Entertainment, where she hones her skill at hosting events, as well as SMU's Funk Movement, a dance club specialising in popping and locking.

Lee Jia Le

Jia Le enjoys looking out for new learning opportunities and thrives in new and unfamiliar environments. He is grateful for his SMU experience, which involves being part of an organising committee for several school events and leading an overseas community service project team to Philippines. He is looking forward to other future overseas exposure opportunities that SMU has to offer.

Lee Kai Yang

As a naturally outspoken individual, Kai Yang possesses an outgoing demeanour, that has seen him take on multiple positions as student ambassador of SMU and Deloitte Singapore. He is also a sports fanatic with a particular love for water polo.

Lim Chiu Yang (James)

An avid seeker of the SMU experience, James actively involves himself in a host of school activities, which include EYE investment; The Teung Project- an overseas community service project to Chiang Rai, Thailand; and the Management in Europe programme by the University of St. Gallen. Recently, he has also obtained a level 1 certification in Windsurfing, learning more about himself and about the sport along the way. 

Ling Kai Tsi

Despite having trekked up to 5000m above sea level, dived 25m below it, and emceed at the ASEAN University Games, Kai Tsi still gets nervous right before conducting a campus tour. When not buried in an e-book, he spends his free time supporting the social sector through his work in Conjunct Consulting and the tea industry with his addiction to masala chai.

Liu Yuxi

Curious and spontaneous, Yuxi always wants to find out more. An aspiring psychologist, she yearns to understand human behaviour better. In SMU, she enjoys the collaborative learning style and strong support of faculty and friends who never fail to inspire her in every step of the journey.

Looi Yin Yee (Yvonne)

Yvonne’s passion lies in teaching; she believes that education will shape a person's future, in the way he thinks, interacts and affect change in oneself and people around him. She also enjoys interacting with the elderly, which led her to join SMU Inspirar as the Beneficiary Visit director. In her spare time, Yvonne likes to attend seminars and workshops outside of her curriculum to broaden her horizons. 

Nay Myo Aung

Nay Myo is fascinated with understanding human behavior and passionate about growing and developing individuals, combining these interests with a career in Human Resources. To cure his debilitating stage-fright when engaging large groups, he took up emceeing and event hosting. In his free time, Nay Myo pursues photography and binges on coffee.

Ng Sining Adelia

A go-getter, Adelia enjoys traveling the world, experiencing new cultures a nd learning new skills. She loves analyzing minds, which explains her major in psychology. Having served as the Vice President of SMU Gourmet Club, Adelia enjoys trying new recipes in the kitchen, eating good food, and running to burn the calories off after.

Quek Yew Kit Jett

A member of SMU Broadcast and Entertainment, where he sharpens his skill at hosting events and engaging people, Jett is currently dabbling in a new personal project - public speaking. Besides providing a listening ear as a Peer Helper and doing the occasional yoga, he can be found in the school gym from time to time or checking out various hawker haunts around Singapore. 

Rebecca Foong Pek Yee

With a bubbly personality, Rebecca enjoys meeting new people and travelling. From volunteering in local community service projects to organising freshmen camps, she never fails to put a smile on their faces. She is grateful to SMU for providing her with many overseas exposure experiences.

Sandra Tan Si Qi

Being cheerful and bubbly, you can always hear Sandra's laughter before you see her! A  great friend, Sandra is approachable and friendly, constantly bringing smiles to people around her. She is thankful for the many opportunities provided by SMU, such as an unforgettable experience to Nepal, expanding the boundaries for her to offer help.

Sarvagnya Kailas

Sarsa tries her best to stay updated and involved in the music scene in and out of SMU. Music is her creative outlet and she loves performing at different events to different people. She really got into it only after coming to SMU, where the arts are celebrated and where SMU SoundFoundry gave her the platform to be a performer with other musicians.

Sasha Joseph

Sasha loves the environment and animals, having volunteered at the Zoo and been an Exco member of SMU People for Animal Welfare, and dreams of owning a Golden Retriever. In both ASMU and her personal life, she actively pursues self-development. Sasha is caring and optimistic, and enjoys meeting people from other cultures.

Sylvester Yeo

Having a keen interest in outdoor adventure, Sylvester was previously in SMUXtremists, where he participated and planned various events. He believes that the various experiences he gained outside of classroom are key in gaining a holistic undergraduate education.

Tan Jia Li Kelly

Kelly is a part of both the Badminton Team, as well as ASMU. Her most memorable experience is the chance to represent Singapore in the World University Games (2017), and at the same time the opportunity to be the Overall 2IC for SMU Parents’ Day. As an individual, she believes in having a diversity of experiences in the pursuit of excellence.

Tan Junn Wei

Junn Wei is a travel enthusiast, with a personal aim of travelling overseas during every school holiday. He loves community service, and has participated in Project Nok Hook twice, Project Grasya and AIESEC Global Summer Volunteer. An exercise and gaming addict, he loves to hit the gym, play sports and spend hours on end gaming!

Tan Rui Feng

Rui Feng is passionate about creating social impact through skills-based volunteering. As a consultant in SMU Conjunct Consulting, he had worked with other like-minded teammates to deliver hypothesis-driven solutions to social good organisations. His belief in serving his community has made him step up as the Chapter Director of his club.

Terence Yeo

Terence is all about the student life - be it in law school or the wider university context. In his freshman year, he helped organise the SMU Law Camp and Law Graduation Night. He also went to Meru, Kenya for 5 weeks to serve as part of SMU Pendeza. When he's not buried in his readings, he prefers to take it slow and meet up with friends!

Tian Hong Chun

Hong Chun is a positive individual that never shies away from challenges. Currently part of the SMU Climb Team, he dreams of scaling mountains with his friends one day.

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