"I am grateful that I get to do things that energise me, together with different teams of people I love, for the people we serve."
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Rachel Ong advocates for building a culture of inclusiveness and cooperation and families and youth in Singapore.
As a Member of Parliament, Rachel is grateful that she gets to carry her passion to the larger community in the Telok Blangah constituency. Together with volunteers, she launched The Mentoring Club - a one-year mentoring programme for students aged 11 to 17 years old, aiming to increase their exposure to nature, sports, art/music and business. She is also working with her residents who care deeply about our green spaces to protect and enhance the area’s natural environment. Beyond chairing the “Action for Green Towns” initiative in West Coast GRC, she is also committed to the growth of Telok Blangah’s “Pulai Eco Club”, a new initiative formed by residents to further engage residents in sustainability efforts.
Professionally, she founded ROHEI which partners organisations to develop trusted and relationally competent leaders, as well as navigate the people aspect of change management. She also helped start Trybe, an NGO that wants to help every youth find their success story. Today, it manages the Singapore Boys Hostel and an AfterCare Centre.
In 2021, she started to chair The Purple Parade Limited, a unifying national platform to promote awareness and celebrate abilities of Persons with Disabilities (PwDs). She resolves to do her best to ensure that PwDs are included in our nation’s growth and have equal access to education, employment, transport and social networks.
PAP Women’s Wing - International Women’s Day 2023
As Singapore moves forward in a new era, the PAP Women’s Wing is taking action to ensure the views and voices of our women are heard and included.
Find out more about the community initiatives our Women MPs and Branch Chairs are championing this year to make a difference:
TELOK BLANGAH (WEST COAST GRC)Chairperson:
Rachel Ong Sin Yen