1. Katia Melazzi
    Katia Melazzi
    Following my experience as Vice President & Communications Lead, I have now the privilege and honour to be leading Tabitha Singapore as President. I know I have big boots to fill, but I am looking forward to the challenge and to continuing our predecessors' good work, helping to facilitate the great programmes which make life just that little bit better for so many people in Cambodia. Indeed, there are so many worthy causes to support in Singapore but Tabitha is a charity that is definitely making a difference. Tabitha gives hope to some of the most destitute of Cambodia’s people in achieving sustainable and dignified livelihoods. The statistics are of great proportions, the Foundation has helped 4 million of the poorest Cambodians to raise themselves from poverty to self-sufficiency. I cannot recommend Tabitha highly enough to anyone willing to give back to the community in a truly rewarding way.
  2. N.N.
    Vice President
    Position currently vacant. Announcement to follow in due course.
  3. Victoria Milner
    Victoria Milner
    I first became interested in Cambodia after moving to Singapore in 2011. It wasn’t until 2013, on my first housebuilding trip with the Tabitha, that I fell in love with the country and its people. Since then I’ve visited every year. That first trip had a profound affect on me. It wasn’t just my ignorance of the trauma that the people of Cambodia have suffered, it was also the inspirational work of Tabitha (and now Nokor Tep through the building of the first women’s hospital) that really got me. Each year I’ve become increasingly involved, I’ve taken my family and friends to visit and my husband cycled his first Ride for Nokor Tep in 2016. That was also the year I decided to take on a more formal role as the Secretary of Tabitha and Nokor Tep in Singapore. I hope that in some small way my work can help the organisation achieve its goals of lifting the people of Cambodia out of poverty.
  4. Nicole Krause
    Nicole Krause
    I was drawn to Tabitha Foundation's philosophy of self-help. Through teaching and counselling, the Foundation provides the opportunity for people living in poverty to build the necessary skills to become self-sufficient, with dignity. I am honoured to be working with a very talented and diverse team of volunteers, and excited to contribute to the success of this wonderful organization!
In addition to the Executive, we have a ​​​members committee who meet on a regular basis.

Communications Lead - Louise Alverson
Events Manager - Vacant
House Building Co-ordinator - Keriann O'Rourke
Schools Co-ordinator - Isabel Urrutia
Silk Sales Liaison Manager - Stacey Geddie
Silk Sales Manager - Louise White
Stockroom Lead - Wendy Toomey
Volunteers Co-ordinator - Sarah Simmonds