Mayers Ng Mei Sze

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Mayers leads the team which delivers milestone programmes designated by Public Service Division – Executive Development & Growth Exchange (EDGE) & Leaders in Urban Governance (LUGP) -- conducted by the Centre for Liveable Cities (CLC).

 

Besides designing and developing the curriculum, and overseeing the delivery of the programmes, she conducts training for land topics in training programmes by playing her very own conceptualised Land Game which simulates role playing across various historical scenarios and draws lessons on urban governance and land framework in Singapore.

 

She worked on land administration related research and authored the CLC urban system studies documentation: Land Framework of Singapore: Building a sound land administration and management system. Her research interest is in land administration and management, real estate, public policy, and sustainability/liveability issues. She had also organised conferences such as the Eisenhower Fellowships 2013 Conference, the “Building Resilient Cities”, “Mayors taking charge” track in Word Cities Summit 2014 and 2016 respectively, tracks in MND Urban Sustainability R&D Congress 2015, CLC Cities Research Roundtable 2014, etc.

 

Prior to this, she held the post of Head, Land Acquisition Department, at the Singapore Land Authority. She also handled land policy issues at the Land Policy Division, Ministry of Law, such as lease extension, Residential Property Act review, and Request for Proposal tender for the Marina Bay Sands integrated resort. She had also served in the Land Operations Group of Singapore Land Authority dealing with operational matters of selling and renting land and State properties, policy and project coordination with the Public Sector counterparts.

 

Ms Ng graduated with a First Class Honours in Business Administration (Finance) from the Business School, National University of Singapore. She also holds a Master in Public Management from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy in which she was also the Lee Kuan Yew Fellow in the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. She also possesses a WSQ Advanced Certificate in Training and Assessment (ACTA).