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Regine Chan

Co-Founder,

Generation Z

Regine Chan is the Co-Founder of Generation Z, a Singapore-based not-for-profit enterprise, with a core belief that everyone deserves a fair and equal opportunity, and that their ambitions should not be limited by their socio-economic backgrounds, academic performance, or other social Identifiers such as their age, ethnicity, gender and sexual orientation. Generation Z recognizes two major levers of change in the status quo: supporting the under-privileged to develop skills and knowledge in digital, and empowering them with meaningful economic opportunities from an early age.

She is also currently working as a Business Analyst at McKinsey & Company, a global management consulting firm present in over 130 cities and 65 countries that supports organizations across private, public, and social sectors

Bringing a diverse set of experiences in strategy and engineering, Regine has previously worked with various stakeholders of the business ecosystem including start-ups, SMEs, MNCs, consultancy firms, government, accelerators, incubators, venture capital, non-profits etc., and companies including Google, Mercedes Benz, Startup Autobahn, Accenture, International Enterprise Singapore and SGTech.

A recent graduate from the Nanyang Technological University in Singapore with a Bachelors in Business (Honours) and Minor in Computer Science, Regine served as the President of The Investment Banking Club, Chairperson of the Insights into Financial Technology Roundtable, Founding Team of The Algorithmic Trading Club, in addition to many others. She is also the Vice Curator and Project Leader at the Global Shapers Community (an initiative by the World Economic Forum) and Co-President of the Lean In Circle (Young Global Leaders). She was recently the first and only Singaporean to have been awarded the TMG 24 Under 24 Leaders in STEM Award 2020.

Regine is extremely passionate about the local start-up and entrepreneurship ecosystem, video game design, and fixing problems, such as social inequalities related to income, gender and race.