Committee members play an important role in representing our alumni communities.
Trinity College Foundation Studies Alumni Advisory Committee
The Trinity College Foundation Studies Alumni Advisory Committee was formed in February 2016 as an initiative of the Careers and Alumni Office. Members of the Committee play an important role in representing our alumni communities and work with the College on a voluntary basis.
The committee provides advice and recommendations to the College, to help design and to deliver exciting educational and career opportunities, and to enhance and strengthen our alumni community. The committee forms an integral part of inspiring students of exceptional promise to imagine and achieve a better world.
With more than 25,000 Foundation Studies alumni, the committee is an important means by which to gather the diverse views, needs and interests of our fast-growing alumni community.
The current members of the committee are:
Cintia Chen (TCFS 2009), Chairperson
Vivian Chan (TCFS 1996)
Steven Chen (TCFS 2013)
Brigitta Ivana Fulbertus (TCFS 2016)
Senhao Huang (TCFS 2011)
Enoch Ko (TCFS 2001)
Berlin Liew (TCFS 2007)
Arvind Nagarajan (TCFS 2013)
Sat Naing Naing (TCFS 2015)
Isuru Peries (TCFS 2016)
Yuma Tamura (TCFS 2015)
Trinity College Foundation Studies Alum of the Year
The Trinity College Foundation Studies Alum of the Year recognises outstanding achievements by an alumnus or alumna.
The recipient of the award must be alumnus or alumna of the Trinity College Foundation Studies program who has made an outstanding contribution to the College or achieved outstanding success in service to the wider community during the preceding calendar year. The award will be open to any global alumni.
The inaugural Foundation Studies Alum of the Year 2020 will be awarded for achievements from 1 January to 31 December 2019. Nominations for the award is now open and will close on Friday 14 February 2020.
Current staff and members of the Trinity Board, Council or TFAN Committee will not be eligible for the award.
Winner of the 2020 award will be contacted by 16 March 2020 and an award ceremony will be held in October 2020.
2019: Red Hong Yi (TCFS 2004)