Kelvin Lee is currently the Head of Community Enablement and Caregivers Support. He has more than 20 years of experience in pioneering initiatives, project and resource management across regional and multicultural settings. His international experience included working in countries like Vietnam, Australia and Kazakhstan in the areas of crisis relief, aid distribution, community development, skills transfer, vocational education and, occupational health and safety.
Kelvin looks to facilitate positive experiences and outcomes. He is a firm believer in living life to the fullest, and readily explores options that encourage positive community changes, engineering platforms to enable and empower others to do so too. As the lead of the Community Enablement Pilot (CEP) project in an Ang Mo Kio precinct, Kelvin plays a pivotal role in the setting up of TOUCHpoint@AMK 433 in 2019, leveraging community assets and building support networks with residents as key resources in order to support ageing in community.
Kelvin is also an advocate for caregiving and elderly-related issues, rolling out programmes and services to better support the needs of caregivers in their journey. Kelvin holds a Bachelor of Business from the Nanyang Technological University and a Diploma in Counselling from Community Training Australia.
Head, Community Enablement and Caregivers Support
TOUCH Community Services