Date first appointed: 14/8/2018
Date of last election: 30/5/2019
Treasurer from 1/6/2019
Attendance at board meetings in FY20/21: 4/4
Key directorships and appointments in other charities / organisations:
• Board Member, Ang Mo Kio-THK Hospital and THK Nursing Home Ltd.
• Chairman, RSVP Singapore and THK Homes for Disabled Management Committee
Koh Juay Meng, a veteran in the Automatic Identification Manufacturing (AIM), Supply-Chain, Logistics and IT industry for over 39 years, has held senior management positions (General Manager,
President) in 2 American MNCs for Asia Pacific, before setting up his own supply chain company with key markets in China, Korea, Japan and ASEAN.
Juay Meng served for 10 years as the Chairman of AIM (Automatic Identification Manufacturer) Asia Pacific and was the first Singaporean to sit on the Board of AIM Global. He is also the past President of Supply Chain Council – SEA for 6 years.
Despite his heavy commitments in both business and family, Juay Meng never fails to find time to volunteer. He has held key positions in Rotary International District 3310 and committees since 2005. He has been involved in grassroots work since 2010 and is also the Chairman of Citizen Consultative Committee of Punggol 21 Community Club. He is also Treasurer of AMK-Thye Hua Kwan Hospital and Chairman of 3 homes under THK. He was awarded Community Service award, PBM by President of Republic of Singapore in 2019. Appointed as member of ElderShield Review Committee by Minister Gan Kim Yong, Ministry of Health. He is also a member of Active Mobility Advisory Panel.
As the current Chairman of RSVP Singapore and a strong advocate for senior volunteerism, Juay Meng’s vision is to harness the full potential of seniors. He believes that seniors have much to give and hopes for seniors to remain valuable social capital and to improve the lives of, among others, underprivileged children, people with mental disorders, poor elderly.
With a bold vision and the commitment to make a difference, Juay Meng attended the Social Leadership Singapore (SLS) Programme in 2015. He is an alumnus of the programme and is frequently sought for his input and ideas on how to improve the non-profit sector. He is also a member of the NCSS Volunteer Resource Committee.