What we do
Pro Bono Consulting Projects
Our projects help nonprofits in the following areas:
Promoting Pro Bono
Why We Do It
Our core values
The Hearts Behind Conjunct
Board of Directors
As the chairman and co-founder of Conjunct Consulting, Jia Chuan leads the Board of Directors to oversee Conjunct’s strategy and growth. He was listed as one of Prestige Singapore’s “40 under 40” young leaders in 2014 and was previously president of the AIESEC chapter in the London School of Economics, the world’s largest leadership and exchange organisation. Alongside advocating for social innovation through Conjunct, Jia Chuan is also an avid traveler, having hitchhiked from London to Amsterdam for charity, and enjoys thinking of discussing new innovations and listening to jazz.
Tamara has acted as a Business Manager for various banks, managing the operations and trading floors in London, Hong Kong and Singapore. Her interest in education and development has spanned a decade, where she has served as a University admissions advocate and a Primary school governor in the United Kingdom, consulted with Asian Charity Services in Hong Kong, and now dedicates her time to Conjunct Consulting and the Cairnhill Womens Executive in Singapore.
Calvin is managing partner of Eden Strategy Institute, which helps multinational organisations develop a sustainable advantage in the areas of public service transformation, healthcare, education, shared value business models, and innovations for the emerging middle class. As a strategy lecturer with the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and an advisor at NUS Enterprise and IE Singapore, Calvin is passionate about the interplay of business performance and societal impact.
Prasanna is an Insurance and Financial Services industry professional with over 14 years’ spanning Asia-Pacific, EMEA and Americas regions, including several emerging markets. His extensive experience includes cross-border M&A, execution of market entry and start-up initiatives, and partnership distribution including Bancassurance. Prasanna also has 7 years’ experience in corporate financy, strategy, regulatory consulting, and business advisory. Prasanna founded a successful entrepreneurial venture in India, and studied and worked in the US for 9 years, all before moving to Singapore with his family in 2006.
Mike Stamp graduated in July 2014 with distinction from the INSEAD MBA program in Singapore, and is currently working with the Boston Consulting Group. Before INSEAD, he was a senior consultant with FSG, a social impact strategy consulting, evaluation and research firm founded by Mark Kramer and Prof. Michael Porter of Harvard Business School. Over seven years, he worked with more than 30 corporate, government and non-profit clients across four continents addressing varied issues such as how to develop new combination therapies for malaria and promoting a moderate vision of Islam. Mike has written extensively on issues of philanthropy and social impact, most recently as co-author of Innovating for Shared Value, in the July 2013 issue of the Harvard Business Review. He holds an MA in Mathematical Sciences from the University of Oxford.
Samantha Lee – President
Pei Ying Chua – Vice-President (Finance & Impact)
Justin Teh – Vice-President (Operations)
Adrian Chew – Vice-President (Corporates & Institutions)
Zhen Ting leads the Singapore Management University chapter of Conjunct. Prior to stepping up, Zhen Ting volunteered as an associate consultant, then a project leader. Her experience with pro bono consulting work was complemented by on-the-ground volunteering outside of Conjunct. She previously served as a grassroots leader as the Community Service secretary in Youth Executive Committee, and also served the underprivileged in Cambodia, India, and Philippines. She aspires to create sustainable social change through the application of consulting skills. Her work experience includes stints at Accenture and McKinsey & Company.
In her free time, Zhen Ting enjoys graphic designing and crafting.
Alexandra currently serves as Chapter Director in Nanyang Technological University (NTU), focused on building the Conjunct community within NTU. She has done volunteer work with the physically disabled and low-income families, and served as chief public relations officer for a charity event organised by her Hall of Residence. Alexandra’s previous internships in banking and accounting have given her the experience of working in large corporations, and she aspires to learn how to effectively empower change and social movement.
In her free time, she enjoys reading and travelling.
Louis currently heads the National University of Singapore (NUS) Chapter of Conjunct Consulting. Drawing from his previous work experiences, he seeks to solve issues, create value and maximise impact of non-profits operating in the social sector as well as enable future change-makers in their growth. Louis’ past work experiences include internship stints with McKinsey & Company, A.T. Kearney, PWC and SAP in consulting or strategy related roles.
With a personal start-up, he has also engaged at-risk youths and the special needs community through sports related services by partnering with other not-for-profit entities to provide enrichment and value-added services to our target demographics.
In his free time, Louis enjoys sailing and a good book, believing in lifelong learning.