Geraldine LeeCO-FOUNDER & CENTRE MANAGER
Geraldine’s professional career has spanned across 30 years of Public Relations experience, to volunteering for a year in charity before devoting a further 18 years full-time work there.
In 2001, she won the inaugural National Volunteer Award for Outstanding Volunteer Co-ordinator Award by National Volunteer Centre presented by then Prime Minister Goh Chok Tong. In 2015, she became an honoree of the Singapore Woman Award 2015 for her work at Arc, organized by MediaCorp and presented by Foreign Affairs and Law Minister Mr K Shanmugam.
Geraldine is excited to continue encouraging hearts and raising greater awareness in support of children and families in need.
Ronita PaulCO-FOUNDER & CENTRE MANAGER
Ronita is a UK-trained nurse and state certified midwife since 15 August 1977.
She has dedicated 15 years of her work experience to a non-profit organization and a further 19 years at another charity.
Committed to touching lives, Ronita now plays an important part of Arc’s circle of care.
Set-up the first Day Centre for children with cancer
Awarded the Nurses Merit Award by the Ministry of Health
Awarded the Elisabeth Kübler-Ross Award for Outstanding Contribution to Children by the Children’s Hospice
In 2015, she also became an honoree of the Singapore Woman Award 2015 for her work at Arc, organized by MediaCorp and presented by Foreign Affairs and Law Minister Mr K Shanmugam.
*Children’s Hospice International (CHI), a USA based nonprofit organisation founded in 1983 by Ann Armstrong-Dailey, has been a champion of children with life-threatening conditions and their families to meet both their medical and emotional needs.