International Bridges to Justice is led by a group of over 65 employees, interns and volunteers throughout the world. Browse through the staff working at our headquarters office in Geneva and our seven regional offices situated in Asia and Africa.
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Singapore Justice Training Centre
Tanglin International Centre 354 Tanglin Rd #03-15 Singapore 247672
Jennifer Anderson - Development Manager
Since moving to Singapore from Sydney at the start of 2009, Jennifer Anderson has been exploring the exciting island of Singapore as much as possible, while completing a Bachelor of Social Science majoring in Social Welfare and International Studies from Southern Cross University. Jennifer acted as event management consultant for the Singapore Justice Training Centre's Inaugural Gala Dinner in 2010. She has vast experience in the fields of event and project management, working for some of Sydney, Australia's premier event management companies. She has been able to utilize her skills in concept design and execution of large scale events for prestigious international brands, movie premieres, awards ceremonies, corporate events, and support for non-profit fundraising events. Inspired by her travels throughout the South East Asian region, Jennifer plans to pursue further studies in the fields of social justice and conservation. Jennifer spends many weekends fulfilling her passion for conservation education as a volunteer ranger in the Reptile Realm at the Singapore Zoo.
Clara Feng - Legal and Development Manager
Clara Feng is dually qualified as an advocate and solicitor in Singapore and as a solicitor in England & Wales. A former litigator and corporate lawyer in Singapore, Clara also taught law at the tertiary level prior to joining IBJ. She has extensive experience in human rights research, advocacy, education, and training in Southeast Asia. She has designed and facilitated training programs in Asia, Europe and the United States. She has a keen interest in citizen participation and cross-sector collaboration. She received an LLB with honors from the National University of Singapore and an MS in nonprofit leadership from the University of Pennsylvania, where she was awarded the Ann Nolan Reese NPL/NGO Leadership Scholarship. She is currently pursuing a certificate in program evaluation at Tufts University.