• In the Boardroom with Amb Linda Tsao Yang

    Amb. Linda Tsao Yang chairs the Asian Corporate Governance Association based in Hong Kong, a non-profit organization dedicated to improving corporate governance practices in Asia. From 1993 to 1999, she was the U.S. Ambassador and Executive Director to the Board of Directors of The Asian Development Bank in Manila. Amb. Yang, who has a wealth of experience in public and private sector interaction, was the keynote speaker at The Singapore Institute of Directors (SID) Conference 2013.


    Since 2011, the Singapore Board Diversity Report has become a bellweather for the health of corporate board diversity in Singapore. We will be launching our fourth report in October, and would like to invite you to save the date for the launch event.

  • The Challenges of Change for Leaders

    Organised by SIM Professional Development, in collaboration with Board Agender, this session features Catherine DeVrye, former Australian Executive Woman of the Year, and Junie Foo, Co-Chair of Board Agender. Join us as we explore and discuss the Challenges of Change for Leaders – turning obstacles into opportunities.

  • Overcoming Assumptions That Act As Barriers To Cultural Diversity and Gender Equality

    BoardAgender opens this prestigious event for Singaporean and expat leaders who are interested in how gender equality in the boardroom and senior management can improve growth and business performance.

  • An Exclusive Up Close and Personal Session with Audrey Chin

    We are delighted to have the dynamic Audrey Chin join us for BoardAgender’s Up Close and Personal Session.

    Participants will have an opportunity to get up close and personal with Audrey Chin as she shares insights into her experiences as a director/ chairperson in a listed board, including her successes, challenges and learnings.

    This session will be useful for those who are aspiring to be board members, or are keen and curious to find out more from this inspirational role model.

The BoardAgender SG50 Champions of Change call on every corporate leader
to make the change for gender-balanced business in Singapore.