Rev Fr Colin Tan
Rev Father Colin Tan, SJ, is the Regional Superior of the Jesuits (Society of Jesus) and had previously served two terms on the Board of Caritas Singapore.
Rev Msgr Philip Heng
Rev Msgr Philip Heng, SJ, is the Vicar General of the Archbishop in administration and finance, religious, interreligious and ecumenical relations. He is a consultor of the Archbishop and an ex officio member of the Senate of Priests. He is appointed Rector of the Cathedral of the Good Shepherd, upon the completion of its renovation.
Edwin Sim has been a commercial and civil litigation lawyer for 18 years and is a Director of his own practice, Lexton Law Corporation. He currently sits on the Finance Committee at the Church of St Bernadette and formerly led the Community Experience (English) Group at the church. He is also a member of the Catholic Lawyers Guild. Edwin has volunteered before on overseas missions to Indonesia and continues to support local mission groups.
Elizabeth Quah is currently a senior healthcare administrator. She worships at the Church of the Holy Family.
Dr. Gamaliel Tan is an orthopaedic spine surgeon by training. He heads the Orthopaedic surgery department in Ng Teng Fong General Hospital (NTFGH) and is also the Chief Medical Informatics Officer in Juronghealth in charge of the electronic health records system. He actively participates in overseas medical missions via ACTS. He hopes to contribute by leveraging on his medical knowledge and experience at work. He belongs to the parish of St Ignatius.
Jeremy Khoo was formerly Executive Director of the Archdiocesan Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants & Itinerant People (ACMI), Senior Manager at Mount Alvernia Hospital and is currently Executive Director of the Children's Aid Society. He is also currently a member of Caritas Singapore's Advocacy Committee, Secretary of the ACMI Executive Committee and Vice-Chairman of the Episcopal Commission for the Pastoral Care of Migrants and Itinerant People (EMI). He holds an Advanced Graduate Diploma in the Pastoral Care of Human Migration and Mobility from the Scalabrini International Migration Institute in Rome.
Lum Hon Fye
Lum Hon Fye served many years in the Singapore Police before joining the private sector. He spearheaded Singapore’s first UN Peacekeeping operation to Namibia. Hon Fye also spent three years working in the telecommunications industry in Thailand. He is now working in an international retail company. He has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, participating in overseas humanitarian missions in Mongolia and Thailand. He worships at the Church of St Vincent de Paul.
Sherlyn Khong became engaged in overseas missions as a youth. Through mission, she found her passion in teaching. She later left the teaching profession to focus on her work in the Philippines. She is a founding member of acts29. She was a catechist for 10 years at her parish, Church of Christ the King. She worked with CHIJ Youth Mission as the CCA coordinator and has led many mission trips overseas. She continues to teach from home, is a freelance curriculum writer and coordinates the mission operations of acts29.
Stephen Phoon is a sustainability practitioner. He is currently the Deputy General Manager, Environmental Strategy at Mitubishi Electric Asia, where he coordinates and supports corporate sustainability initiatives of its regional offices in Asia. Stephen was the former Executive Director at CHARIS, and has formerly volunteered at the Catholic Spirituality Centre and the Catholic Prayer Society. Stephen worships at the Church of St Mary of the Angels.
* ACCT is the predecessor of CHARIS. See Our History