Cheryl Chung is the Deputy Director of Strategic Planning at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy. Prior to joining the School, Cheryl worked for the Singapore Government for 12 years where she led foresight and strategy activities across several ministry portfolios. Her work mainly focused on the intersection of technology, economic and regulatory policy. She was most recently the Lead Strategist of the Futures Division at the Ministry of Transport, where she helped to start up the Ministry’s futures work. The Division looked at future of transportation issues across air, land and sea and Cheryl led the Ministry’s work on Autonomous Vehicles (AVs), developing the vision for AVs in Singapore and putting in place the policy, regulatory and technology framework to support eventual AV deployment on public roads.
Cheryl’s past postings include the Centre for Strategic Futures and the Strategic Policy Office at the Public Service Division of the Prime Minister’s Office. In that role, she led their Emerging Strategic Issues project and as well as research on the evolving role of the state. Cheryl started her strategic foresight career at the Ministry of Trade and Industry’s Futures Group. In her spare time, Cheryl volunteers as a Project Director with Conjunct Consulting and is active in the social innovation sector.
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