OUR VISION AND MISSION STATEMENT
That younger older adults remain relevant and a source of inspiration for their community.
To enable younger older adults to continue to be active, contributive and engaged.
Dr. Tan Bee Wan
Bee Wan is currently the Executive Chairman of Integrative Learning Corporation (ILC), a leading local premier training and consultancy firm and ACE Seniors, a social enterprise in Singapore to help 50+ to age successfully with peace of mind.
Prior to her leading Integrative, she was the Executive Director of the Singapore Council of Social Service and the Community Chest of Singapore from 1984 to 1992 and Chief Executive Officer of Tsao Foundation from 2007-2010.
Bee Wan graduated with a Ph.D. from the National University of Singapore, BA from the Singapore University, and Master of Social Work from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, USA. Her Ph.D. dissertation is titled, “Research Study On the Trends and Patterns of Corporate Giving to Charities in Singapore.”
Tang Wai San
Wai San is currently the Executive Director of ACE Seniors, a social enterprise in Singapore to help 50+ to age successfully with peace of mind. She is also the Director, Finance & HR of Integrative Learning Corporation (ILC), a leading local premier training and consultancy firm.
Prior to her leading Integrative, she was the Managing Director of Fluke South East Asia Pte Ltd from 2003 to 2006 and Corporate Affairs Director of Tsao Foundation from 2006-2008.
Wai San is a Chartered Accountant by training and has a Master of Business Administration from University of Leeds.
She was a political appointee in the Clinton Administration, serving in the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Disability, Ageing and Long-term Care Policy from 1993 through 1996 and as Assistant Secretary for Ageing in 1997.
Margaret Goh joined ACE Seniors as a volunteer advocate for Advanced Care Planning, a cause she strongly believes in, in enabling oneself to live life to the fullest.
Margaret is presently Chairperson for the eCareApp. Besides ACE Seniors, Margaret is also an activist in the Special Needs Community. She is part of the Steering Committee for the recent Purple Parade which saw 7000 people at the event on 31 October 2015. The Purple Parade is an annual event, a movement which supports inclusion and celebrates abilities of persons with special needs.