With a First-Class Honours in Psychology and graduate research on cultural impact on learning in Simon Fraser University (Canada), Wendy has over 15 years of experience applying her knowledge of psychology to leadership development and personal transformation, inspiring people to thrive through challenges.
Her former roles include being the psychologist at Raffles Institution, and facilitator at McKinsey & Co. She was also appointed as Board Member to the National Library Board.
Wendy’s work in raising emotional and interpersonal resilience has reached Canada, USA, Singapore, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, China and Taiwan. Furthermore, her expert views have been shared via her column “Life Lessons” in the Straits Times’ MIND YOUR BODY supplement, as well as the radio show “Aunt Agony in the Living Room” on 938LIVE.
A cognitive coach certified with the Center for Teaching Thinking in Boston, Wendy now serves as consultant and coach to several organizations including Abacus Capital, BSI Bank, Credit-Suisse, Pertamina, the Ministry of Defence and the Ministry of Education.
She has presented her coaching approach and results at the 7th International Conference on Thinking (1997) and the International Congress of Applied Psychology (2002).