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Tan Mee Ling Aileen

Tan Mee Ling Aileen

Co-Vice Chair, Non-Executive Director

  • Globe Director since April 25, 2023 and last re-elected on April 24, 2024

  • Globe Board Committee membership:
    - Executive Committee (Co-Vice Chairman)
    - Compensation and Remuneration Committee

Ms. Tan, Singaporean, 57, has served as Director since April 25, 2023.  She is also Singtel Group's Chief People and Sustainability Officer and responsible for Singtel Group's overall strategic people and sustainability agenda. She has over 30 years of experience in various leadership roles spanning multiple industries and geographies.  She joined Singtel in 2008 as the Group Director, Human Resources. In 2009, she built and spearheaded the group’s sustainability function. In her current role, she focuses on developing a purpose-led organization, championing sustainability, creating an inspiring culture, and making Singtel Group a place for amazing people to deliver extraordinary impact. Under her leadership, Singtel has won numerous global and regional accolades for its leading people and sustainability practices.


She is a member of the Institute for Human Resource Professionals Board, Singapore University of Social Sciences Board of Trustees Board, Health Sciences Authority Board, NTUC-U Care Fund Board of Trustees, Ministry of Finance’s VITAL’s Advisory Panel, Ministry of Manpower’s (MOM) Workplace Safety & Health Council in Singapore and Singapore’s APEC Business Advisory Council alternative member.



Ms. Tan holds a Bachelor of Arts from the National University of Singapore and a Master of Science in Organisational Behaviour from the California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University, USA. She is a pioneer IHRP Master Professional, for being a role model for the HR profession. She is also a Certified Professional Corporate Coach. Ms Tan received the Medal of Commendation (Gold) at the NTUC May Day Awards 2022 and the Public Service Medal in 2018 for her significant contributions to Singapore’s workforce and human resources sector.



Ms. Tan Mee Ling Aileen is not a director in any other publicly listed company.

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