Our Board Of Directors
Dr Munidasa Winslow, MBBS, M Med (Psych), FAMS, Chairman: Dr Winslow is a leading figure in the local mental health scene. He has worked in general psychiatry and addiction medicine since 1988. He was one of the pioneers responsible for the setting up and development of addiction services both in the hospital and in the community. Dr Winslow is a sought-after speaker at addiction and mental health conferences around the region.
Ms Chu Huey Lan, Treasurer: Huey Lan is a highly experienced finance professional with more than 30 years of industry practice overseeing commercial transactions and reviewing financial reports. With a Bachelor of Accountancy Degree from National University of Singapore, Huey Lan brings to the organisation astute financial analysis and decision-making skills, adding managerial confidence to the overall administration of the organisation. She is a highly collaborative team player with a track record of effectively training and coaching staff members.
Ms Tan Su San, PR & Communications Committee: Su San’s love for the social service and non-profit sector began 20 years ago at the YMCA of Singapore when she made a career switch from the civil service and a brief stint with an internet local start-up. Since then, she has worked at several established local and international non-profits. In her two decades of PR, marketing and communications experiences, Su San has helped raise charity dollars, and PR/media value for various organisations, helming several press conferences, an international sporting event and driving an advocacy-driven campaign to raise awareness for the HIV-infected communities in developing countries. She has been invited to several governmental and community focus group discussions that ranges from assisted-living facility, enabling better mobility and digital access for the aged, as well as how they can age in place. Her best volunteering experiences were pocketed from Nepal and Timor-Leste where she witnessed how systemic poverty debilitated mankind. Su San graduated with a Master in Tri-Sector Collaboration with SMU in 2016. She also holds a Bachelor of Arts degree (Major in journalism) and is a NIE-trained teacher.
Mr Eric Lee Meng Kai, Board Member: Eric spent over 30 years at IBM Corporation, of which more than half was served in the public, healthcare and life sciences sectors, both on a local and Asia-Pacific level. In his role in promoting advanced medical information systems, Eric was exposed to systems in advanced countries which are decades ahead of local systems. He has recognised that this gap also extends into the area of mental wellness and recovery. His passion is to improve, in even a small way, the experience and effectiveness of mental wellness recovery by introducing proven concepts and approaches not yet prevalent in Singapore.
Mr Jackie Tay, MBA, Board Member & Executive Director: Jackie has been in the non-profit sector for more than 12 years and has been with PSALT Care since May 2017. Inspired by a sense of service to the community, he came out of a long and varied career in the corporate sector, bringing with him extensive organisational expertise in finance, marketing communications and general management plus a deep passion to serve. A down-to-earth and personable leader, Jackie seeks to inspire many others to support persons in the mental health recovery journey.
Ms Tanya Maitland, Board Member & Deputy Executive Director: Tanya is a trained counsellor and social worker, with over a decade’s experience in the mental health and addiction sector. She is passionate about mental health and believes that recovery is possible. In her professional experience, Tanya has set-up and headed social service and aftercare & family service departments, served as Director for Psychology, Addictions and Counselling Training, and led the first Mental Health Services team at the National Council of Social Service. She is also one of the founders serving on the Board of Caring For Life, and had 10 years of service on the Board, including as past-President, of the Society Against Family Violence. Tanya was a recipient of the Lien Foundation Scholarship for Social Service Leaders.