”The World Toilet Organisation, led by Jack’s inimitable presence, is bringing much-needed attention, policies, funds, and innovation to the unmet need for toilets and sanitation. Do join me in making history as the WTO catalyses better health, dignity, and well-being globally.”
Calvin Chu Yee Ming is Partner at Eden Strategy Institute, LLP. He has advised senior executives in over 20 countries, including organizations such as 3M; Bell Labs; Canon; Coca-Cola; Cummins; DBS; DHL; Disney; Fujitsu; HP; Intel; General Electric; M1; MasterCard; Medtronic; Nikkei; Nokia; Reed Elsevier; Roche; Samsung; SKF; StarHub; Standard Chartered Bank; Sumitomo; TNT; UNDP; UNESCO; UNICEF; VISA; and WDA; as well as the governments of Australia; Malaysia; New Zealand; Indonesia; Philippines; Singapore; Thailand; and The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Calvin was recognised as a NetImpact Change-maker in 2014 and inducted into the International Who’s Who of Professionals in 2009. His work has appeared in Asian Banking & Finance, Asia Pacific Biotech News, BusinessWeek, The Star, the Straits Times, the Singapore Business Review, Today, and The Wall Street Journal, and he has featured at the ASEAN Smart Cities Network, ASEAN Social Entrepreneurship Forum, The Economist Social Innovation in Action, the Regional CEO & CIO Summit, Asia-Pacific CFO Summit, Business & Nature Forum, Institutional Investors APAC Summit, Singapore Business Federation, TEDx, Education Innovation, Prepaid Mobile Asia, Private Healthcare Asia, and Biomedical Business Conference.
He has been a Judge, Reviewer, and Mentor at the President’s Challenge Social Enterprise Award, The Grand Challenges Explorations (GCE) Program of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, MIT Inclusive Innovation Challenge, MIT Emerging Technologies Innovators Under 35, the Youth Social Enterprise Programme Grant Committee, The DBS-NUS Social Venture Challenge Asia, The Grameen Creative Lab, the Lee Kuan Yew Global Business Plan Competition, Social Innovation Camp Asia, Start-up@Singapore, and The University of Chicago Booth School of Business Global New Venture Challenge. Calvin has served as an iAdvisor with IE Singapore, an Executive Advisor at NUS Enterprise, and the boards of BioFourmis, Conjunct Consulting, Rotary Club, and the World Toilet Organization.