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Welcome to VOICES OF ASIA!

Your support in the past 7 years has enabled us to help many people manage transitions and challenges in their lives, thus becoming happier and better everyday. A big thank you from the founding committee and we hope that you will continue to stand by us as we embark on more projects in the years to come.

Our projects started with storytelling in 2010, and while our leader volunteers continue to tell their stories, we started the mentoring project in 2017. This will make our support for individuals even more targeted and measurable, while enabling us to transform lives, a mentee at a time.

Starting 2016, many organizations have also given us a chance to support their talent management projects. The successes we have been seeing are largely attributed to the fact that many of the leaders first made a decision themselves that they want to make a difference. Once the mindset is right, Voices Of Asia stands prepared to empower you to make the impact.

We hope that more of you will step forward to become mentors, and together, we can truly transform lives together. Feel free to reach out to us at contact@voicesofasia.org. We will love to connect. Thank you."

Elroy Tan
Elroy Tan
Director, Voices Of Asia
By 2025, We Aim to
Reduce # of depression cases in Asia by 10%
Increase engagement at work by 30%
Mentor 1,000 people who pay it forward
MENTORING CAN CHANGE THE WORLD

Mentoring is a loosely used word, but if we can put some structure and accountability to it, many lives can be transformed. Watch these videos to see what thought leaders think about mentoring

Voices Of Asia find a mentor for every struggling
individual to help them OVERCOME and then to
PAY IT FORWARD.

How Do We Do It?
Latest Mentors
YW Lee

YW Lee, Marketing Director, Sodexo Services Asia

 YW Lee
 Sodexo Services Asia

After many years, YW is still unwilling to “settle down and get a proper job”, by…

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William Lee

William Lee, Brand General Manager, The Manhattan Fish Market

 William Lee
 The Manhattan Fish Market

William has been in the Hospitality Industry for the past 25 years. It all started with…

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Chris Chew

Chris Chew, Global Talent & Change Management Manager, AET

 Chris Chew
 AET

Chris graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Engineering years ago, practiced it for a short while…

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Audrey Ang

Audrey Ang, Regional HR Head, ADK Global

 Audrey Ang
 ADK Global

Audrey has more than ten years of HR corporate experience in increasing responsibility including roles within…

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People struggle with challenges at home, at work and within themselves, but yet conventional support structures are not sufficient to help them. If everyone is equipped to mentor, the world be a better place.

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October 20th, 2014   Career, Family, Self

Do you have a principle, a motto or a life statement you live by; A way of living that guides your every action? If you do, what is it? How has it affected your life? If you don’t and you need one, what would it be? What is your way of living? If you look […]

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