Sharmin has more than 10 years of experience in the areas of marketing and managing corporate social responsibility for banks such as HSBC. She has been with ROHI since its inception and when she is not busy running the organisation or tagging along with the case managers to see someone in need, you can find her in the pool, on her bicycle or at the track chasing her Ironman dream and plotting her next race.
Sharifah started her career in the hospitality industry. A calling to do something more meaningful prompted her to make a career switch to the non-profit sector in 2016. When not busy visiting someone in need, she enjoys visiting museums and watching movies, otherwise she is stressing herself out in class where she is currently taking a Graduate Diploma in Counselling Psychology.
Tay Shu Ying
Shu Ying decided to start her career off in the non-profit sector after attaining a Bachelor of Arts degree from Nanyang Technological University. Her aspiration and passion to help enrich the lives of others encouraged her to find meaningful opportunities in this industry. She wishes to to reach out to the lower strata of the community such as the poor, the vulnerable and those that are most at risk. When she is less busy with work, you can find her fulfilling other interests like binge watching movies, or just lazing around in bed!
Eileen started volunteering in 2016 upon completing school, helping the underserved elderly declutter their homes on a weekly basis with a group of volunteers. Through volunteering, Eileen’s passion for helping the underprivileged was ignited, prompting her to make the big move and pursue a career in the non-profit sector. Prior to working at ROHI, Eileen was working in the Education industry. Through working in the non-profit sector, she hopes to be able to help more people in need. In her free time, Eileen also organises events for the underprivileged at childrens’ homes.