Ng Min is a Strategy Consultant at Eden Strategy Institute, with experience in social science research and a liberal arts background.
Prior to joining Eden, Ng Min graduated with honours from Yale-NUS College with a major in Urban Studies, bringing a deep understanding and interdisciplinary view of urban process and problems. As part of her final-year thesis, she studied the institutional factors that contribute to the phenomenon of dying alone in Singapore – drawing out the immutable links between profound human experiences, state policies, urban culture, and our built environment. Ng Min brings a genuine curiosity and interest to all disciplines. Outside of her major, she studied a wide range of subjects in college including: calculus, the history of Rome in antiquity, black holes, and Chinese cinema.
Beyond academics, Ng Min debated competitively for seven years and gained several accolades in the process, before moving on coach students at a secondary school. She has also worked as a freelance tutor for the General Paper subject for ‘A’ Levels, and taught enrichment classes for an international school in Singapore. In her free time, Ng Min continues to run a small business where she shares her craft and encourages slow consumption.
Ng Min also joins Eden with internship experience from Vision Strategy Storytelling and Ministry of Social and Family Development, bringing perspectives from both start-ups and large institutions.
Angeline is a Strategy Consultant at Eden Strategy Institute with a background in economics and marketing. She joins Eden with a great passion for creating a positive impact and solving the world’s pressing issues by assisting organisations in exploring sustainable ways of doing business that achieves multiple wins for different stakeholders and the environment. One of her favourite books is ‘Doughnut Economics’ because she believes that organisations can still thrive while saving the planet and addressing social issues. Before joining Eden, Angeline worked for Shopee as a Project Manager, where she pioneered and grew one of Shopee’s multimillion-dollar businesses today, Shopee Supermarket.
Outside of her professional work, Angeline loves to spend her free time building and growing a young generation of changemakers through volunteering and mentoring. She co-led a team of 64 worldwide as an Executive Director for Harvard Project for Asians and International Relations (HPAIR), a forum of exchange for students and young professionals to discuss and learn about the most important economic, political, and social issues facing the Asia-Pacific region. She also started an organisation called Projek Cita-Nita, a learning platform that empowers youths to become changemakers that solve their community’s social, environmental, and economic issues. It has impacted hundreds of beneficiaries and students as of today since 2019.
Angeline holds a Bachelor of Commerce with First Class Honours from the University of Sydney.