Agnes Eu

Ms Agnes Eu is the Chief Executive of HomeTeamNS, an organization set up to recognize the contributions of NSmen from the Singapore Police Force and Singapore Civil Defence Force, for their role in keeping Singapore safe and secure. With three decades of experience in building, operating and managing clubhouses that must continually sustain interests, Agnes is an avid subscriber to change and transformation. During the COVID-19 crisis, she transformed the organization into a virtual clubhouse in less than 30 days. She is also a strong advocate for talent and leadership development. Agnes holds a Bachelor of Arts and a Master in Communications Management from the National University of Singapore and the University of South Australia, respectively. She enjoys and supports the performing arts, and in her free time, draws, reads and makes music.

Khoo Ken Hee

Mr Khoo Ken Hee is currently the Director of SWAT, a warehousing rental business. He started off his career in the hospitality industry, serving as Deputy General Manager at Singapore’s Boulevard Hotel and Thailand’s Phuket Island Resort. In 1995, he founded Paintball Asia which grew to specialise in corporate development games. In 2019, Mr Khoo joined Breast Cancer Foundation’s (BCF) Charity Golf Committee in Nov 2019 and was instrumental to the success of the Charity Golf held on March 2021. He chaired the Charity Golf Committee in 2022 and 2023. Subsequently, he joined BCF’s Fundraising Sub-Committee in June 2020 and has already brought in a major donor to BCF. Mr Khoo also serves on the WildRice Ball Committe, a non-profit organisation in theatre productions. He studied in Anglo-Chinese Junior and Secondary School in Singapore before moving overseas to attend Bootham School in York, UK as well as Schiller International University in Strasbourg, France.

Associate Professor Mikael Hartman

Assoc Prof Mikael Hartman is a breast cancer specialist and the head of a research group of more than 10 members at the Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health. Originally from Stockholm, Sweden, he received his medical training at Karolinska Institute, where he was board certified in General Surgery in 2005. Dr Hartman’s doctoral studies in epidemiology led to his specialization in breast cancer etiology and prognostication, as well as inheritance of cancer prognosis. He leads the development of the Singapore Breast Cancer Cohort, the Singapore-Malaysia Breast Cancer Working Group, and the Breast Cancer Prevention Programme. In 2014, he rode a motorcycle from Singapore to Sweden to create awareness for breast cancer and research, which resulted in the initiation of the Asian Breast Cancer Research Fund to support breast cancer-related research across Asia.