Dr Serene Koh
Serene oversees Singapore’s domestic consultancy work and capability development programme in the region. She helped to set up the Singapore office in 2016 and has led projects across various policy domains including water conservation, academic stress, and youth rehabilitation. Serene has deep expertise in training and capability building– to date, she has delivered training workshops to more than 5000 civil servants, NGO practitioners, and private sector partners in Singapore and the Asia-Pacific.
Serene has shared behavioural change insights with media outlets across the region including Channel News Asia and the South China Morning Post on topics such as vaccine uptake, safe driving, and general civic behaviours.
Before BIT, Serene was a researcher with the Ministry of Communications and Information where she led the department’s work in behavioural and social research. Serene holds a Masters in Research Methodology and Ph.D. in Education from the University of Michigan.