The Centre for Non-Profit Leadership owes its success to the synergy between its employees, partners and expert volunteers.  

Kitson Leonard Lee

Head, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Kitson is the Head for Centre for Non-Profit Leadership, NVPC. He is also an Independent Director of SINHAN Holdings and an appointed Member of the Industry Advisory Council of SSTC Institute.

He is an active grassroots volunteer, serves on numerous community organisations, and an appointed Town Councillor of the Pasir Ris-Punggol Town Council. He is also a member of the Professional Development and Non-Profit Committees of the Singapore Institute of Directors.

Kitson was the former Secretary-General and Board Member (2013-20) of the Asian Network for Quality; and Coordinating Secretary (2013-14) of the World Alliance for Quality – both international non-profit organisations. He had also served on the Boards of the Singapore Quality Institute and SQI International.

 

Janssen Ong

Senior Consultant, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Janssen is an experienced corporate and non-profit individual who started his career, spanning over 11 years, in the banking sector before transiting into the charity sector. He leverages upon his combined 19 years of managerial and leadership experience (locally & regionally), in both the private and non-profit sector, to advise and help strengthen charity boards in the areas of governance, leadership & organisational development.

Janssen started several key initiatives since he joined CNPL in 2016, such as the Board Chair Virtual Forum and S.T.A.R. (Sense. Transform. Affirm. Reflect) Mentorship Programme. He attended the ACE Capstone Leadership Programme for Non-Profits in 2017 – 2018 and he is also serving as a leadership alumni member.

Janssen is passionate on causes relating to children with special needs. He serves in the Fundraising Committee of Metta Welfare Association.

 

Stacey Loh

Manager, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Stacey leads Leadership & Organisation Development at the Centre For Non-Profit Leadership. She designs, develops, and delivers organisational development solutions for Non-Profit Boards. She also builds leadership capability through leadership programmes and alumni engagements.

Stacey is a passionate trainer with extensive experience in leadership, service excellence, soft skills and IT in the region. She is a certified trainer in Ken Blanchard Situational Self Leadership as well as programmes under the Workforce Skills Qualifications System. Stacey holds a Master of Business Administration.

As a professional coach (ICF ACC), Stacey strongly believes that coaching can be a powerful tool to make a positive difference in a person’s life. She hopes to help others gain clarity, acquire a greater sense of awareness, become happier and realize their full potentials.

 

Arthur Kong

Manager, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Arthur embarked on his journey as a training professional upon graduation in 2013. Since then, he has been honing his skills in staff development, process and productivity improvements, performance management and curriculum design.

As a Manager in CNPL, Arthur pilots the BoardMatch programme in engaging the non-profit organisations’ needs for independent board and committee members. The strategic partnership approach works with non-profit leaders to achieve leadership outcomes across the organisation while the programme address transitional leadership gaps.

Arthur is a trained NLP practitioner, and an Emergenetics Associate; leveraging on the modern research in the fields of neuroscience to aid teams achieve greater self-awareness, enhance communication and build more productive workplaces.

 

Haniff Mustafa

Manager, Centre for Non-Profit Leadership

Haniff is an experienced Remuneration Committee and HR Committee member with prior working experience in the non-profit and commercial sector. He has 15 years' human resource management and development focusing more on organisational development and change development. His goals are to provide practical and applied knowledge and a dedication to quality and top performance standard. In CNPL, he is looking at BoardPulse and Board Advisory Services.

Haniff volunteers as a member for the PPIS Human Resource Advisory Committee, Madrasah Wak Tanjong HR Committee and helps out with community gardening in local education institution and at the mosque. Passionate to drive change to Make A Difference!