Her family name is synonymous with horse racing in Singapore. Leticia Dragon, 43, comes from a family of jockeys and trainers – her grandfather was a jockey, as was her late-father, Douglas Dragon, who became a trainer later on in life.
It is really not easy for working mothers like Ms Teh Cheang Leng to balance their work and caregiving roles, but NUH is making things a little easier with flexible work arrangements.
Whether it is going undercover to investigate fraudulent financial activities in overseas companies or giving witness testimonies in court on behalf of law firms, Belinda Tan has done it all in her 15 years as a fraud investigator.
“I have always enjoyed the sciences since young and I take a lot of pleasure in pushing boundaries, especially in expanding what humans can achieve,” says Lynette Tan, who works in Singapore’s space technology industry.