The Nanyang Technological University Students’ Union (NTUSU) Executive Committee is the executive branch of the Union and is a subset of the Council. The Executive Committee formulates and implements policies, with the aim of enhancing the university experiences of the members, by creating a vibrant campus where members’ voices are heard and needs are met.
The Executive Committee is made up of officers elected as Union Representatives of various constituencies. The office-bearers manage the day-to-day running of the Union.
The Executive Committee is made up of four divisions and led by the President. The four divisions are Business and Corporate Communications Division, Welfare and Student Activities Division, General Secretariat Division and Financial Secretariat Division, which are led by the Vice President (Business and Corporate Communications), Vice President (Welfare and Student Activities), Honorary General Secretary and Honorary Financial Secretary respectively.
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Edward Lim Xun Qian
The President communicates the Union’s vision and mission, providing strategic leadership for the Union by working with the Executive Committee to establish policies and plans to advance students’ interests. He represents the University undergraduates in meetings with the University management regarding policy-making and university projects.
Vice-President (Business & Corporate Communications)
Chow Jin Hui
The Vice President (Business and Corporate Communications) manages the strategic communications and business arm of the Students’ Union. His main role is to coordinate the two arms and ensures that Union’s values are clearly portrayed in a consistent manner to the students, as well as the external parties.
Vice-President (Welfare and Student Activities)
Victor Chia Wei Keat
The Vice-President (Welfare and Student Activities) manages matters related to welfare and student activities, advising and suggesting policies that maximise the welfare of students and the vibrancy of the school.
Honorary General Secretary
Ling Li Hui Rebecca
The Honorary General Secretary develops, implements and enforces policies and procedures of the Students’ Union, by way of systems that will improve the overall operation and effectiveness of the Union. She is also the Students’ Union Council Secretary, coordinating the operations of the Union, the Union Executive Committee and the Union Council smoothly.
Honorary Financial Secretary
Rebekah Leong Bao Ying
The Honorary Financial Secretary governs the finances of the Union and safeguards the interests of students through proper and prudent budgeting. She ensures timely reimbursements of claims to the committees in NTUSU and also strives to improve efficiency and transparency in the financial processes.
Student Engagement Executive
Vanessa Ong Wei Ting
The Student Engagement Executive aims to facilitate seamless two-way communication between the students and the Union. She is responsible for proposing initiatives such as U-Walk, We Say Thank You, NTUnited, Ethereal and NTUSU Dinner & Dance – these all aim to engage and bring students from different faculties and clubs together to form a collective student body.
Business Projects Executive
BUSINESS PROJECTS EXECUTIVE
Denise Jang Wen Sze
The Business Projects Executive aims to encourage entrepreneurial spirit among students. Some of her existing projects include the U-Shop, U-Feastival and U-Push Cart.
Corporate Liaison Executive
Kee Khin Hong
The Corporate Liaison Executive engages external organisations to form strategic partnerships. Sponsorships for both the student population and other events are secured and coordinated. In addition, he plays an advisory role on the approval of external contracts within the various committees in the Students’ Union. He also heads the Corporate Liaison Office committee, which engages corporate partners in our matriculation card discount scheme, NTUPerks.
Corporate Communications Executive (Branding)
Lam Kian Meng, Shawn
The Corporate Communications Executive (Branding) is responsible for all art & design, media coverage and digital marketing matters, enhancing the corporate image and brand for the Students’ Union. This is achieved through the creative use of multimedia content, and providing Union members with timely and relevant updates.
Corporate Communications Executive (Relations)
Teo Wei Chi, Nicholas
The Corporate Communications Executive (Relations) promotes inclusive and quality relations with NTU’s student body. He serves as a link between the student body and NTU administration to ensure that the opinions of students are reflected at the level of school administration. He manages the publication of the U-Insight online newsletter, which publicises key issues that are pertinent to the NTU community, and which functions as a platform for disseminating essential developments that impact the NTU community.
Welfare (Student Life) Executive
The Welfare (Student Life) Executive ensures that the student life of the NTU community is well taken care of. This is done via the provision of welfare items such as examination welfare packs (U-study) as well as looking into bus services and food prices around campus.
Welfare (Development) Executive
Sheena Lee Jia En
The Welfare Executive (Development) ensures the holistic development of NTU students and the integration of international students into the NTU student body. She oversees the Integrated Career Opportunities Network (ICON), the Ministerial Open Discussions and Events (MODE), and the Student Integration Committee (SIC) to ensure development and integration continue to happen, in order to enrich the NTU experience.
Lim Fang Ying, Adabelle
The Orientation Executive manages all orientation-related activities that the Students’ Union organises. These include our NTU Open House, Welcome Week as well as UOC (Union Orientation Camp). Apart from this, she also serves as a channel between the orientation leaders and the school management.
Orientation Associate Executive
Koh Lung Kuang
The Orientation Associate Executive assists the Orientation and Integration Executive in the planning and execution of orientation-related activities. Being the chairperson of the UOC (Union Orientation Committee responsible for planning Union Orientation), he is able to provide his expertise and insight to work towards a better orientation system for freshmen.
Information & Research Executive
Ang Joon Kit Eugene
The Information and Research Executive aims to promote two-way communication between the students and the Union. He ensures that the voice of NTU students is heard by collecting feedback, collating data and consolidating information about student welfare issues. Subsequently, this is translated into action to ensure that the student welfare is promoted, and that the students are well-represented in NTU.
Human Resource Executive
Lee Yan Ling
The Human Resource Executive manages the growth and development of Ussociates to better serve the students. She develops and implements policies to ensure the effective deployment of personnel, while ensuring that Ussociates stay motivated and are appreciated for their service to the students. She also acts as a point of contact for recruitment, bonding and management of Ussociates.
Chong Le Wen
The Operations Executive is in charge of the assets under the Students’ Union. She manages the Student Activities Centre and Global Lounge. She strives to bring vibrancy to students by organizing events and providing fun-filled recreational activities for students patronising the Students Activities Centre. As an authorised booking representative, she is in charge of all requests for meeting rooms, tutorial rooms and lecture theatres. Her committee oversees regular maintenance, as well as the updating of notice boards at bus stops, which ensure that the student body is kept up-to-date with NTU events.
Foong Wai Yan Amanda
The Finance Executive ensures smooth financial operations of the Students’ Union by supervising all treasurers under the Union. This ensures that financial processes have been adhered to. In addition, she processes claims and liaises with the NTU Office of Finance to resolve any financial issues that the committees may face.