MISSION

Our mission is to be the driving force in establishing NUS Business School as a world-renowned institution with a dynamic, vibrant, and close-knit community – past, present and future.

VISION

To create vibrancy and encourage professional development in NUS Business School, through student leaders who have a strong passion to serve and a tenacious dedication to empower the student voice.

About

36TH MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE

Alexis Ng Xin Le, President

Contact: xinle.ng@u.nus.edu

The President, together with her Executive Committee, makes top-level decisions concerning the direction and future of the Club. She represents the Club in school-level meetings, official events, dialogues, forums, and external functions. As the figurehead, she upholds the image of the Business Club and NUS Business School wherever she goes.

The President also represents NUS Business School and the Club in NUS Students’ Union (NUSSU) as the Faculty Club President and discusses school-level issues with other Faculty Presidents. By default, the President is also a member of the NUSSU Council. She must be mandated by the student population and cannot be co-opted into the Committee. The President participates in discussions and decision-making processes to safeguard the interests of the Faculty and students of the Business School.

 

Lee Jia Le Joshua, Vice-President (External)

Contact: joshualeejiale@u.nus.edu

The role of the Vice-President (External) is to lead the External Cell of Bizad Club by providing guidance and direction to the respective directors. He is responsible for the development of the cell, its execution of events, and its routine operations.

The Vice-President (External) will support, represent and coordinate the External cell’s actions within the cell itself, with other cells (Internal, Student-Life), and with organizations within and outside the Faculty. These include, but are not limited to, the BBA Office, OSA, OSHE, other faculty/non-faculty clubs, and NUSSU.

The External Cell and its partners' collective effort aims to secure sponsorships and connect students with alumni, international students, industry representatives, and the community at large.

 

Maximillian Lim Sheng Lee, Vice-President (Student Life)

Contact: maximillian.lim@u.nus.edu

The role of the Vice-President (Student Life) is to guide and set the direction for the Student Life Cell of the Bizad Club. He supports, represents, and integrates the 5 Freshmen Orientation Projects (FOPs) that are organized annually, namely, NUS Business Camp, RAG & FLAG, O’ Week, and Jam’N’Hop. This involves aligning each FOP to a common vision and working together with internal and external organizations, such as the BBA Office, OSA, OSHE, NUSSU, and external sponsors/vendors, creating a memorable FOP experience for incoming Freshmen.

The Vice-President (Student Life) is also in charge of Project XOXO, the flagship event of the Student Life Cell, which involves the entire Student Life Cell. Project XOXO is a Valentine’s Day event that aims to create vibrancy within the NUS Business School community and serve as a platform for the Student Life Cell to work together to achieve a common goal.


Lim Ying Xuan Cherlyn, Vice-President (Internal)

Contact: cherlynlim@u.nus.edu

The role of the Vice-President (Internal) is to lead the Internal Cell of Bizad Club by providing guidance and direction to the respective directors. She is responsible for the development of the cell, its execution of events, and its routine operations.

The Vice-President (Internal) will support, represent and coordinate the Internal Cell’s actions within the cell, with other cells (External, Student-Life), and with organizations within and without the Faculty. These include, but are not limited to, the BBA Office, OSA, OSHE, other faculty/non-faculty clubs, and NUSSU.

The collective efforts of Internal Cell and its partners aim to further student interest and provide welfare through various initiatives ranging from sports, recreation, merchandising, giveaways, and academic support to feedback gathering, constitutional discussions, and student representations at higher levels in the university.


Jovanka Vienna Svenvie, General Secretary

Contact: vienna.svenvie@u.nus.edu

From information management and facilities booking to deconfliction between parties, the General Secretary manages various tasks to ensure the smooth running of Bizad Club's events. She is also involved in implementing and coordinating the club’s procedures, acting as the liaison between our club and the BBA Office.

On top of the management of the club's administrative matters, the General Secretary works closely with the President to maintain the welfare and cohesiveness of Bizad Club’s Management Committee members.


Lucia Kuek Zi Xuan, Financial Secretary

Contact: luciakuek@u.nus.edu

The Financial Secretary manages the club’s budget and expenses within Bizad Club. She works closely with NUS OFS, OSA, and BBA office to handle financial transactions and sets out the club’s internal control measures. Together with the President, she is the final approving authority for making procurement at the student level, ensuring that any expense is made within the budget.

The Financial Secretary and her deputy work closely with the treasurers of the various committees to ensure that financial procedures are abided by and also ensure the smooth running of Bizad club activities.


Michelle Felicia Darmawan, Communications Secretary

Contact: michelle.felicia.darmawan@u.nus.edu

The Communications Secretary manages effective communication within the Bizad club and externally with our stakeholders. She leads the direction for the ‘Bizad’ brand and is responsible for maintaining the perceived image of Bizad Club. Thus, she has to work with the rest of the Management Committee and establish the most appropriate direction for the brand.

The Communications Secretary is the final approving authority of all publicity, publications, and internal/external communications of Bizad Club. It is crucial for her to establish the 'Bizad' brand to ensure the public message of the club is consistent with the Club’s communication strategies.


Russell Han, Director of Resources

Contact: russellhan@u.nus.edu

The Director of Resources manages the resources under Bizad Club’s ownership. He is the main point of contact for the access and management of various locations, such as the NUS Business Students’ Lounge, known as ‘The Pulse.’ He ensures the fulfillment of resource management and student engagement and instills a vibrant and dynamic environment for the student body.

The Director of Resources has multiple collaboration events alongside the Welfare Committee, where initiatives will be steered toward providing welfare and inculcating a sense of belonging and identity at NUS Business School.


Maha Almasrahi, Director of Welfare

Contact: maha.almasrahi@u.nus.edu

The primary role of the Director of Welfare is to ensure that the NUS Business School student population receives welfare over the course of the school year through events such as Bizad to the Movies (BTTM), BizFFs, Exam Welfare Packs (EWP) and other miscellaneous giveaways.

She has an important role in ensuring the Welfare Committee’s events meet the needs of the general student body. This role requires close collaboration with the Directors of Resources and Corporate Partnerships to tie in with the Internal Cell’s direction of a cohesive cell, as well as provide the students with a variety of giveaway items.


Susan Khoo Ying Ying, Director of Business Development

Contact: susan.khoo@u.nus.edu

The Director of Business Development is responsible for maintaining the vibrancy in the lives of Bizaders through interesting and engaging events such as bazaars and carnivals.

Through selling Bizad merchandise, the Business Development director generates revenue for Bizad Club, which supports its various operations. In addition, she handles the branding of the Bizad logo onto merchandise and plays a vital role in propagating a proper image of Bizad through its merchandise and events.

She is also responsible for liaising with external vendors frequently, ensuring that the services they provide benefit Bizaders.


Pierre Goh Li Zhuan, Director of Community Engagement

Contact: pierre.goh@u.nus.edu

The Director of Community Engagement is responsible for leading the Community Engagement Committee in the planning and execution of regular community engagement activities for NUS Business students.

Through his committee, he strives to cultivate the spirit of giving within the student community, build long-term relationships, and, most importantly, make volunteering a way of life. He liaises with the Bizad Club, NUS Business School, and external voluntary organizations to engage in regular volunteering activities that cater to the interest of the Bizad Community. In the long run, the Committee plans to establish regular volunteering initiatives with beneficiaries and small social enterprises.


Neo Jie Ning, Director of Academia

Contact: neo.jiening@u.nus.edu

The Director of Academia is responsible for the sustainable academic welfare of the student body. Her role includes helping freshmen to assimilate into the NUS Education system comfortably, handling all academic-related enquiries, and supporting the NUS Business School office in organizing talks (eg. FAD, SEP, NOC) for the student body. She is also in charge of the annual Bizad Abroad, which is an immersion programme, among other initiatives.

On top of that, The Director of Academia also works hand-in-hand with the Communications Secretary to improve the Bizipedia platform by assembling academic-related information into infographics for easy perusal. These infographics pertain to matters such as CORS Bidding, information on core modules, and SEP application procedures, which are available on the NUS Bizad Club Website.

Janice Mo Ke Ying, Director of Sports

Contact: janice.mo@u.nus.edu

The Director of Sports spearheads the Sports Committee and is tasked with organizing sports-related events for the Bizad Community, such as Dean’s Cup and many more new initiatives. These events are platforms that inculcate togetherness in a fun and exhilarating manner and ultimately foster a stronger Bizad spirit.

On top of this, she also plays an integral role in organizing and facilitating the annual Inter-Faculty Games. She ensures that the Business School upkeeps its reputation and strives for excellence each year.


Felicia Wiputri, Director of International Relations

Contact: feliciawiputri@u.nus.edu

The Director of International Relations is responsible for leading the International Relations Committee in the planning and execution of events for our international students. The Committee's aim is to help build a stronger Bizad Community by integrating international students and assimilating exchange students through various initiatives.

She envisions a Bizad Community that is not only more inclusive but also cohesive. Hence she works closely with the rest of the Management Committee by involving our international students in activities planned by Bizad Club. The International Relations team is also responsible for portraying and upholding a good image to the international community by hosting international delegates.


Pierce Toh, Director of Corporate Partnerships

Contact: t.pierce@u.nus.edu

The Director of Corporate Partnerships facilitates the organization of all Bizad Club events by ensuring that the respective Directors receive the necessary funds to execute them smoothly. He does so by sourcing sponsorships from big establishments and companies for monetary and/or product sponsorships.

He works behind the scenes on ad-hoc projects with his subcommittee, which includes a team of liaisons and five marketing heads of Freshmen Orientation Projects (FOPs). In addition, he works closely with his subcommittee to explore how external stakeholders can involve themselves in the activities organized by the Bizad Club.


Keith U, Director of BizConnect

Contact: keith.u@u.nus.edu

The BizConnect Director serves as the bridge between students and alumni. He heads a committee that is constantly involved in organizing and planning events that connect various Bizaders, past and present.

The BizConnect Director works closely with the Global Alumni Network Office (GANO) to cater to the needs of students and alumni alike.

For instance, with GANO, the BizConnect Committee will match students and alumni with similar interests through networking dinners covering the seven main specializations of Business School - Marketing, Finance, Business Analytics, Economics, Ops, Supply Chain, and Human Resources. Through these, they aim to help students to gain access to more opportunities and develop their professional skills.


Lian Shao Kang, Director of BAN

Contact: lian_shaokang@u.nus.edu

Biz Accountancy Network (BAN) is an initiative spearheaded by a group of passionate Accountancy students in the Bizad family. BAN provides a platform for NUS Accountancy students to connect with one another, alumni, professional organizations, and potential employers. It also provides opportunities for students to hone their accounting knowledge and skills and gain exposure via study sessions and networking events.

The Director of BAN represents the interests of the accountancy student body at NUS. He is responsible for spearheading BAN’s initiatives and is in charge of understanding and catering to the needs of students.


Rebecca Tay, Director of BizCare

Contact: tay.linghui@u.nus.edu

The Director of BizCare is in charge of the Business Career Development Committee. BizCare's long-term goal is to be the bridge between the student body, professional bodies, and the NUS Career Service Office (CSO). This is done to place students in a better position in the competitive working world and help them discover their inner passions as they decide and plan their professional lives.

The BizCare Director heads her committee in 3 main areas: organizing events (internally based or via collaboration with professional bodies), managing the BizCare Website (a one-stop place for student’s career information needs), building strong relations with NUS CSO, as well as communicating feedbacks from the student body.


Jiang Ruiwen, Director of BREN

Contact: ruiwen.jiang@u.nus.edu

Biz Real Estate Network (BREN) is a new initiative spearheaded by a group of passionate Real Estate students in the Bizad family. BREN provides a platform for NUS Real Estate students to connect with one another, alumni, and potential employers. It also provides opportunities for students to hone their real estate knowledge and skills and gain exposure via information sessions and networking events.

The Director of BREN represents the interests of the real estate student body in NUS. She is responsible for spearheading BREN's initiatives and is in charge of understanding and catering to the needs of students. In addition, she hopes to create a network of possibilities that empower students with relevant academic and industry knowledge to fulfill their career goals.


Chow Xin Yi Alika, Bizad Charity Run Project Director

Contact: alika.chow@u.nus.edu

The Project Director of Bizad Charity Run (BCR) is responsible for planning and executing its annual fundraising event, Bizad Charity Run, jointly organized by NUS Business School Alumni Association and NUS Bizad Club. BCR also raises funds to support NUSBSA Bursary Fund students and external beneficiaries. Liaising with external stakeholders and the NUSBSA alumni committee is one of the many crucial roles of the BCR Committee.

She is involved in engaging NUS Business Students to sign up as runners, donate to BCR, and provide opportunities for student volunteers to volunteer during race day. In addition, she has to organize roadshows, race pack collections, volunteering events, and race day. Through her efforts, she strives to create opportunities for students and advocate for a culture of giving back to the Bizad community.


Tham Chun Hoe, NBC Project Director

Contact: chunhoetham@u.nus.edu

NUS Business Camp (NBC) is the first of 5 Freshman Orientation Projects (FOPs) at NUS Business School. NBC aims to introduce to the incoming freshmen the Bizad spirit and pride. The NBC Project Director oversees the execution of the camp, from the selection of Orientation Group Leaders (OGLs) to the planning of the camp activities and the conduct of the camp itself. He is also responsible for the safety and well-being of all participants throughout the camp.


Zerh Chang Yi, RAG Project Director

Contact: zerh_chang_yi@u.nus.edu

The RAG Project Director manages and executes the performance at the annual charity event of Business RAG (or B’RAG as remembered fondly by Bizaders), a tradition steeped in pride and excellence amongst Bizaders. Along with other members of the Student Life Cell, he helps to forge a meaningful Freshmen Orientation experience for incoming Freshmen, and ensure they assimilate into NUS Business School. His role involves coordinating the performance and a wonderful experience for the participants, creating a vibrant performance that was made possible by creativity and teamwork by him and his team members.


Dylan Tang Teck Xuan, O'Week Project Director

Contact: dylan.tang@u.nus.edu

The O’Week Project Director is in charge of planning and executing the Business Orientation Camp each year. Being the biggest camp in NUS, O’Week aims to orient incoming freshmen to NUS Business School and inculcate an O’Week Spirit within them. At the same time, the camp also inducts freshmen into the academic aspects of student life, preparing them amply for the journey they are about to embark on at the NUS Business School.

The Project Director sets the direction and vision for his committee and ensures that these goals are met. The camp is part of a series of Business Freshmen Orientation Projects under the Student Life Cell, targeted at giving freshmen the full orientation experience, allowing them to find a home away from home.


Shina Tan Jia Wei, FLAG Project Director

Contact: tan_jia_wei@u.nus.edu

The FLAG Project Director is in charge of the planning and execution of the NUSSU Rag and Flag Day, as well as freshmen-orientated community engagement activities within the Business School. In addition, she liaises with the NUSSU Rag and Flag Committee, Bizad Club, and Business School regarding FLAG Day and with external voluntary organizations for other FLAG events.

She engages the Business School students to contribute to the community through community engagement activities, fundraising events, and corporate donations. Through her efforts, she strives to inculcate the passion for volunteering among students and promote a culture of giving in the Bizad community by acting as the bridge between the students and beneficiaries.

 

Chong Trenice, Jam'N'Hop Project Director

Contact: chong.trenice@u.nus.edu

The Jam‘N’Hop Project Director and her team organize the annual NUS Business pageant. Coordinating the pageant's performances, she is the driving force behind the creativity of the annual Jam‘N’Hop show. She is also responsible for maintaining the Bizad spirit, ensuring that all the contestants’ welfare is looked after, and creating an inclusive family amongst participants and the larger Bizad community.