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The Company of Good Fellowship

Company of Good Fellowship

The Company of Good Fellowship

Organisations, no matter their size or industry, can drive positive change in society. Are you ready to lead the way?

The Fellowship is designed for passionate leaders looking to catalyse change within organisations, for the benefit of society. Be inspired, gain expertise, and take action.

Why Join Us?

Make connections

Be part of the diverse 107-person strong group of Fellows who hail from different industries and backgrounds, all of whom share the same drive and purpose to do good.

Engage experts

From public sector leaders to seasoned giving practitioners, engage with experts who are tackling the challenges and navigating the landscape themselves through mentorships, dialogue sessions and other events.

Take Action

Designed for implementation, from start to finish. Tap on various opportunities, partners and more to crystallise your learning into strategic, sustainable and impactful initiatives. See some examples of past Action Projects here.

Your Learning Journey

The five-month Fellowship, delivered over one to three days every month, offers a unique opportunity for Fellows to sharpen their perspectives in leadership, systems thinking and the giving landscape, with an aim to drive corporate giving that is strategic, sustainable, and impactful.

Sessions may differ slightly for each intake.

1 Commencement

2 Deep-dive sessions

  • Frameworks for Strategic Giving: Investment, Integration, Institutionalisation, and Impact
  • Transformative Leadership: From Me to We
  • The Giving Landscape: Needs & Opportunities

3 Experiential Learning

  • Study visits to non-profit organisations and social enterprises
  • Mentorships by seasoned corporate giving practitioners
  • Dialogue sessions with industry experts
  • Multi-sector networking events

4 Action Project

  • As part of the Fellowship, Fellows must develop and present an Action Project that improves or kickstarts a giving initiative in their organisations. They will receive guidance from mentors and can also develop their Action Project in teams. They are also encouraged to invite their top-level stakeholders for the presentation. See some of the Action Projects here.

5 Graduation

Our Past Fellows

To date we have a strong and thriving network of 107 Fellows representing 79 organisations across different sectors and industries. See the full list of Fellows and their organisations below.

  • Andrew Tan, The Shiok Collective
  • Bao Ningyu, KPMG Services Pte. Ltd.
  • Cassandra Poon, Ksubaka Pte Ltd
  • Cathy Chia, The Fullerton Heritage
  • Christian Rahnsch, Big Heroes Limited
  • Clarice Chan, ICON+ Ptd Ltd
  • Dorothy Ng, Swire Pacific Offshore Operations (Pte) Ltd
  • Elle Yeow, Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd
  • Farhan Firdaus, Agrivo International Ltd
  • Flora Ow, Ministry of Finance
  • Henry Ang, Nippon Paint (Singapore) Co. Pte Ltd
  • Ho Shyn Yee, Expedia Inc.
  • Ivy Choo, Changi Airport Group (S) Pte Ltd
  • Jack Yu, Goshen Art Gallery LLP
  • Janan Kwek, GobblerShop
  • Jasmine Tan, Boustead Singapore Limited
  • Joyce Siew, Marina Bay Sands
  • Kathleen Reen, Twitter Asia Pacific
  • Kelvin Lum, Twitter Asia Pacific
  • Ken Cheng, Mayer Marketing Pte Ltd
  • Khor Hwai Lin, Infineon Technologies Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • Komala Murugiah, Alpha Development Partnership Limited
  • Lee Li Jen, Fullerton Health
  • Leon Toh, Damson Capital
  • Low Zhennan, S. J. Low Bros & Co Pte Ltd
  • Mohd Abdul Muhaimin Ong Sarah, Citi Singapore
  • Neo Kwok Siang, FoodXervices Inc Pte Ltd
  • Peh Zhengyang, D'Elegance
  • Pratibha Kurnool, Cognizant Technology Solutions Asia Pacific Pte Ltd
  • Roshith Rajan, Sodexo
  • Sam Verrelst, Dredging International Asia Pacific Pte Ltd - DEME GROUP
  • Selena Chong, Singapore Post Ltd
  • Sharon Eng, Maybank
  • Susan Ferroa, Mediacorp
  • Tan Lek Hwa, Mediacorp
  • Tay Jiawei, Keppel Corporation Ltd
  • Thio Chin Wui, Shell Eastern Petroleum Pte Ltd
  • Valeria Sadovykh, PwC Singapore PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
  • Adalia Tan, DBS Bank
  • Adeel Safdar, KPMG in Singapore
  • Airam Ferrer, IKEA Southeast Asia
  • Andrew Pang, Lavaworks Pte Ltd
  • Angela Lim, Play Toys Pte Ltd
  • Benjamin Chua, Spic & Span
  • Bernard Chong, Magic Leap
  • Brian Lim, Feng Ming Construction
  • Chew Li Zhen, Fossil Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Clara Koh, Vriens & Partners
  • Colyn Chua, Jardine Matheson Group of Companies
  • Corinne Lim, Cognizant
  • Elizabeth Tan, SP Group
  • Grace Low, Greenpac (S) Pte Ltd
  • Jason Chuei, Expedia
  • Jeanette Juay, Deloitte Singapore
  • Joshua Goh, Ceris Media Pte Ltd
  • Lam Lai Leng, Hitachi Aqua-Tech Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Lee Ningyi, Frasers Property
  • Lloyd Wee, Yusen Logistics (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • Marc Goh, Design Prodigy Pte Ltd
  • Marissa Lum, GIC
  • Michelle Wong, Shopee Singapore Pte Ltd
  • Ng Bao Qi, Bulgari South Asian Operations Pte Ltd
  • Phua Hui Chun, Building and Construction Authority
  • Poon Chor Yi, MSD Intl GmbH (Singapore branch)
  • Robin Pho, Right People Group of Companies
  • Samantha Wong, Nirvana Memorial Garden Pte Ltd
  • Sharmin Foo, Dymon Asia Capital (Singapore) Pte Ltd
  • Stella Wong, Building and Construction Authority
  • Tom Tan, Rio Tinto Singapore Holdings Pte Ltd
  • Tracy Lowe, The Patina, Capitol Singapore
  • Usha Pillai, Credit Suisse Singapore
  • Vicnan Pannirselvam, Uber
  • Adeline Pang, SLS Bearings (S) Pte Ltd
  • Adriana Escano, ABRY Pte. Ltd.
  • Agnes Ting, Neo Group Limited
  • Alice Chiu, Johnson & Johnson Pte Ltd
  • Ashton Yap, Fullerton Health Foundation
  • Audrey Liew, South East Community Development Council
  • Bernard Chan, IronSupperClub Pte Ltd
  • Felicia Hu, Assembled Private Limited
  • Gary Hong, Autobahn Motors (S) Pte Ltd
  • Grace Chua, Experian
  • James Wu, Preschool Market Pte Ltd
  • Jerome Lau, Splash Productions Pte Ltd
  • Jiayun Fang, Shiseido Asia Pacific
  • Jill Phillips, Changi Airport Group (S) Pte Ltd
  • Jingjie Lim, Tote Board
  • Jinny Poon, The LEGO Group
  • Julia Bensily, Prime Structures Engineering Pte Ltd
  • Kelly Chung, Sembcorp Industries
  • Madhurya Manohar, Ishk Tolaram Foundation
  • Marcus Loh, Tableau Software
  • Marie Gauthier, PwC Singapore
  • Michelle Per, UBS Singapore
  • Niyati Pingali, Shell Companies in Singapore
  • Panneer Selvam, Ernst & Young Solutions LLP
  • Prasakthi d/o Allagoo, State Courts, Singapore
  • Priscilla Pusey, J.P. Morgan
  • Rachel Wu, Aviva Asia Pte Ltd
  • Russ Neu, Social Collider
  • Sandhya Aswani, Ishk Tolaram Foundation
  • Sapna Kewalramani, KRF LTD
  • Sarah Anderson, Aberdeen Standard Investments
  • Selene Liu, Pontiac Land
  • Shannon Kong, Expedia Group
  • Shuk Weng Kan, State Courts, Singapore
  • Yang Hyeon Jeong, MSD International GmbH (Singapore)

Hear from past Fellows & Mentors

"The Fellowship experience was great in meeting and collaborating with like-minded enthusiastic people working in the same space of sustainability and corporate giving. The programme and workshop facilitators are competent in facilitation & knowledge in their respective sessions."

- Sarah Anderson (Fellow from Intake 3),
Head of Corporate Stewardship APAC,
Aberdeen Standard Investments

“My quest to make our corporate giving more strategic led me to the Company of Good Fellowship, where I learned that we are never alone when it comes to corporate giving. Fellows enthusiastically shared their experiences, and partnerships were formed in the name of doing good.”

– Brian Lim (Fellow from Intake 2),
Director of Business Development,
Feng Ming Construction Pte Ltd

“The Fellowship has played an excellent role in rallying companies together to do good and raise the bar for corporate giving in Singapore.”

– Lydia Ang (Mentor),
Head of Corporate Social Responsibility,
CapitaLand Group & General Manager,
CapitaLand Hope Foundation,
CapitaLand Limited

Fellowship Fees

Programme fees for the Fellowship have been heavily subsidised from the original amount of S$8,000. The final amount payable includes a non-refundable administrative fee of S$200.

Programme Fee (incl. GST) large
Small & Medium
Total fee S$1,800 S$1,320
Early Bird Promotion Fee (ends 30 October 2020) S$1,440 S$1,100

Fellowship Dates

Finalised dates will be shared with successful applicants.

Commencement Learning Sessions Action Project
19 or 20 May 2021
  • 21 - 25 May 2021
  • 22 - 24 June 2021
  • 22 - 23 July 2021
  • 24 - 26 Aug 2021
13 - 14 Sept 2021 17 Sept 2021

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