Jenny graduated from the University of New South Wales in Australia with a distinction in Bachelor of Commerce and a double major in Marketing and Management. She spent 4 years working in events management and advertising.
Inspired by her father Roland Tay – a renown philanthropist and undertaker known for his generosity in arranging free funerals for murder victims, the poor and the destitute, Jenny hopes to build on this legacy and reaches out to the less privileged through a foundation.
She hopes to help the elderly with a “personal touch” and spread concepts such as filial piety through education and workshops.
Darren TK Cheng
Darren TK Cheng has a Masters in Counselling from the Swinburne University of Technology and a Bachelor degree in Arts for Psychology from National University of Singapore. He was a psychotherapist with 8 years experience, specialising in children issue, insomnia and depression.
He envisions the foundation to better the quality of the people’s life through education, interactive activities and charitable efforts.
Having written books “A Bowl Full of Ice Cream” and “Where Did Grandpa Go?”, Darren believes education plays an important foundation block in cultivating values such as filial piety and kindness.