Racheal Lee
Jul 8, 2011

Wildlife Reserves Singapore gets interim CEO

SINGAPORE – Wildlife Reserves Singapore has appointed Isabella Loh as interim CEO, effective 8 July, while the company searches for a permanent replacement for the departing Fanny Lai.

Loh is the interim CEO in Wildlife Reserves Singapore.
Loh is the interim CEO in Wildlife Reserves Singapore.

She will be overseeing operations across Wildlife Reserves Singapore, which manages Singapore Zoo, the Jurong Bird Park and Night Safari. The appointment followed the departure of Lai from the position, announced early this month.

The chairperson of the Singapore Environment Council since 2008, Loh has also been awarded the 'International management action' award by Spring Singapore and the UK Chartered Management of Institute.

She also sits on several boards and is an advisory board member of the Imperial College of Science & Technology in London. 

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