Singapore International Mediation Institute (SIMI) has a committed but small team of full time staff working across Policy, Outreach, Communications, Membership, and Administration to ensure SIMI achieves the goals set out in our vision to be the vanguard of mediation in Asia.
Our Board of Directors are made up of committed individuals and we are extremely grateful to them for their time, expertise and support.
We are also very fortunate to have both the support of the Ministry of Law, as well as the National University of Singapore.
Marcus Lim – Executive Director
Marcus has been Executive Director of SIMI since the company was incorporated.
Before joining SIMI, Marcus worked as a lawyer in the Competition and Technology, Media and Telecommunications Practice Group in Rajah & Tann LLP. He is qualified as an Advocate and Solicitor in Singapore.
Marcus has a double degree in Law and Business with a Bachelor of Laws (2:1) and a Bachelor in Business Administration, from the National University of Singapore (NUS). His keen interest for mediation begin during his first year at NUS. Marcus has represented NUS at numerous international competitions on meditation, negotiation, business cases and corporate social responsibility.
Outside of his working hours, Marcus conducts mediation and negotiation trainings. He is also a lecturer for the NUS Negotiation and Mediation Workshop under Professor Joel Lee
Jessica Low – Executive
Jessica Low provides operational and administrative support to the SIMI team. Jessica graduated from the University of Sheffield (UK) with a Bachelor of Laws and a MA in International Criminology. During her studies, she was also active in frontline work for legal pro bono schemes and the nonprofit community in England. Jessica is called to the Bar of England and Wales by the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn.
Jessica’s experiences have given her a deep appreciation for how nonprofits can improve the quality of life for society; one program at a time. Additionally, it also shaped her interest in alternative dispute resolution namely, mediation and negotiation.