Our awesome changemakers

Ken Chua

Ken Chua

Ken Chua, Head of Product Development & Director, (these)abilities: Ken started getting involved in changemaking at 17 with volunteering and school-based research projects. With a strong desire to “Disable Disabilities”, he founded (these)abilities, a design & technology company that designs & builds products together with persons with disabilities using high and low tech, design thinking & community engagement. They have worked with clients such as GRAB and SMRT among others to create and design disability friendly transport options.
Yeo Kia Yee

Yeo Kia Yee

Yeo Kia Yee, Project Lead, Access Map: An undergraduate, Kia Yee learnt about the limitations in accessibility through community engagement and volunteering. In starting Access Map, an online platform that features wheelchair-accessible routes to & within public spaces in Singapore, she hopes that everyone can play a part in building a more inclusive society by contributing information to make accessibility better known. Being an NUS student, she has been actively involved in supporting projects and initiatives focusing on making NUS a more accessible campus for students with special needs.
Ken Chua, Head of Product Development & Director, (these)abilities: Ken started getting involved in changemaking at 17 with volunteering and school-based research projects. With a strong desire to “Disable Disabilities”, he founded (these)abilities, a design & technology company that designs & builds products together with persons with disabilities using high and low tech, design thinking & community engagement. They have worked with clients such as GRAB and SMRT among others to create and design disability friendly transport options.
Yeo Kia Yee, Project Lead, Access Map: An undergraduate, Kia Yee learnt about the limitations in accessibility through community engagement and volunteering. In starting Access Map, an online platform that features wheelchair-accessible routes to & within public spaces in Singapore, she hopes that everyone can play a part in building a more inclusive society by contributing information to make accessibility better known. Being an NUS student, she has been actively involved in supporting projects and initiatives focusing on making NUS a more accessible campus for students with special needs.
Yeo Kia Yee, Project Lead, Access Map: An undergraduate, Kia Yee learnt about the limitations in accessibility through community engagement and volunteering. In starting Access Map, an online platform that features wheelchair-accessible routes to & within public spaces in Singapore, she hopes that everyone can play a part in building a more inclusive society by contributing information to make accessibility better known. Being an NUS student, she has been actively involved in supporting projects and initiatives focusing on making NUS a more accessible campus for students with special needs.

Nur Yusoff Smits

Nur Yusoff Smits, Co-Founder, Senior Active: As an Occupational Therapist, Nur deeply understands the importance of continuous participation of seniors in society. Senior Active works closely with seniors, caregivers, and clinicians for their programmes, particularly The Walking Movement which consists of weekly fitness trainings with seniors. Additionally, they have been working on creating a healthy working environment for seniors by offering heritage cooking classes where seniors pass on their skills to younger generations.
Kunqi

Li Kunqi

Li Kunqi, currently leading operations at CaptionCube, has worked across engineering, coaching to business development. Since uncovering the need for captions and their benefits in education and communication, she co-founded CaptionCube to provide captioning, transcription and multimedia support for academic and e-learning providers. CaptionCube is anchored by their social mission to build a more inclusive society through increasing accessibility with captions and providing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Nur Yusoff Smits, Co-Founder, Senior Active: As an Occupational Therapist, Nur deeply understands the importance of continuous participation of seniors in society. Senior Active works closely with seniors, caregivers, and clinicians for their programmes, particularly The Walking Movement which consists of weekly fitness trainings with seniors. Additionally, they have been working on creating a healthy working environment for seniors by offering heritage cooking classes where seniors pass on their skills to younger generations.
Li Kunqi, currently leading operations at CaptionCube, has worked across engineering, coaching to business development. Since uncovering the need for captions and their benefits in education and communication, she co-founded CaptionCube to provide captioning, transcription and multimedia support for academic and e-learning providers. CaptionCube is anchored by their social mission to build a more inclusive society through increasing accessibility with captions and providing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.
Ken Chua, Head of Product Development & Director, (these)abilities: Ken started getting involved in changemaking at 17 with volunteering and school-based research projects. With a strong desire to “Disable Disabilities”, he founded (these)abilities, a design & technology company that designs & builds products together with persons with disabilities using high and low tech, design thinking & community engagement. They have worked with clients such as GRAB and SMRT among others to create and design disability friendly transport options.
Yeo Kia Yee, Project Lead, Access Map: An undergraduate, Kia Yee learnt about the limitations in accessibility through community engagement and volunteering. In starting Access Map, an online platform that features wheelchair-accessible routes to & within public spaces in Singapore, she hopes that everyone can play a part in building a more inclusive society by contributing information to make accessibility better known. Being an NUS student, she has been actively involved in supporting projects and initiatives focusing on making NUS a more accessible campus for students with special needs.
Yeo Kia Yee, Project Lead, Access Map: An undergraduate, Kia Yee learnt about the limitations in accessibility through community engagement and volunteering. In starting Access Map, an online platform that features wheelchair-accessible routes to & within public spaces in Singapore, she hopes that everyone can play a part in building a more inclusive society by contributing information to make accessibility better known. Being an NUS student, she has been actively involved in supporting projects and initiatives focusing on making NUS a more accessible campus for students with special needs.
Nur Yusoff Smits, Co-Founder, Senior Active: As an Occupational Therapist, Nur deeply understands the importance of continuous participation of seniors in society. Senior Active works closely with seniors, caregivers, and clinicians for their programmes, particularly The Walking Movement which consists of weekly fitness trainings with seniors. Additionally, they have been working on creating a healthy working environment for seniors by offering heritage cooking classes where seniors pass on their skills to younger generations.
Li Kunqi, currently leading operations at CaptionCube, has worked across engineering, coaching to business development. Since uncovering the need for captions and their benefits in education and communication, she co-founded CaptionCube to provide captioning, transcription and multimedia support for academic and e-learning providers. CaptionCube is anchored by their social mission to build a more inclusive society through increasing accessibility with captions and providing employment opportunities for persons with disabilities.