Andrew R. Chapman co-founded Absolute Impact Partners that focuses on investments in social entrepreneurs in South East Asia. Andrew is a committed impact investor who has worked with and invested in start-ups and social enterprises in South East Asia.
Andrew is also a Founder of ARC & Partners, a corporate advisory firm that assists government agencies, corporations and multinationals on investment opportunities in Asia, with particular focus on Myanmar and Indonesia
Andrew R. Chapman/ Co-Founder and Director, Absolute Impact Partner
Lynna Chandra/ Co-Founder and Director, Absolute Impact Partner
Lynna Chandra is an ex-investment banker who ventured into the not-for-profit world in 2006 to establish Rachel House, the first pediatric palliative care service in Indonesia for children from marginalized communities living with cancer and HIV.
In 2011, Lynna co-founded Absolute Impact Partners with the mission of alleviating poverty through equal access to healthcare, education, sustainable energy and clean water, and equal opportunities in employment, financial assistance mentorship. Lynna was elected as an Ashoka Fellow in 2012 and serves on the boards of Ashoka Singapore and International Children's Palliative Care Network (ICPCN).
M. Nazir/ Group CEO (Asia-Pacific) - Global Head of Advisory Services
Specialising in economics, finance and accountancy, M. Nazri started his career with Citigroup Asset Management where he successfully developed a credit risk evaluation system for fund managers investing in Asia ex-Japan. Following that, he joined Prudential Asset Management where he was part of the core team managing the Asian Fixed Income (Institutional) Fund worth more than US$200m, and consistently outperformed the JP Morgan Asia Credit Index (JACI). Thereafter, he joined Fitch Ratings as Associate Director where he was responsible for the timely and accurate credit ratings of more than 39 Asian banks.
Nazri also sits on the board of the Malay Heritage Foundation and serves as the Sub-Committee Chairman of its Investments Committee. He is also a member of the Malay Program Advisory Committee (MPAC) under the auspices of the Media Development Authority.
Appointed by both Singapore and Cape Verde governments, Nazri is presently the Honorary Consul to Cape Verde, Africa where he advises and facilitates bilateral cooperation between the two countries in economic development and private sector collaboration.
Associate Professor Albert Teo/ Associate Professor, NUS Business School; Founding Director, NUS Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Program
Albert Teo served as the founding director of the NUS Centre for Social Entrepreneurship & Philanthropy from 2008 to 2011. He set up and serves as the Founding Director of the NUS Chua Thian Poh Community Leadership Programme in 2011.
Albert was the lecturer of two Chapter W co-founders, Gloria Arlini and Fairoz Ahmad, in National University of Singapore. Albert had been a long-time friend and supporter of Chapter [W].
Albert is a volunteer program coordinator in Patient Care Centre, Communicable Disease Centre. He serves as an advisor to the following social enterprises and non- profit organizations: Chapter W, ASKI Global, BagoSphere and Solution To End Poverty. He also sits on various Singapore government- appointed committees that oversee programme funding in the social services sector in Singapore.
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