skip to content

Department of Politics and International Studies (POLIS)



Minyi is part of the Public Service Leadership Programme (Sectoral) in Singapore and has about 14 years of experience in Singapore’s civil service, particularly in education policy, public engagement, and land policy. Minyi has led a team that designed and reviewed policies and programmes for Singapore’s national movement for lifelong learning and skills mastery, known as SkillsFuture. Past appointments included a stint in the Communications and Engagement Division at the Ministry of Education where Minyi designed and executed public engagements for policy reviews, including a review of applied study in polytechnics and the institute of technical education. Minyi’s involvement in a major year-long public dialogue called Our Singapore Conversation also helped hone her skills in public engagement and facilitation. Minyi began her career working on land-related legislation and policies, including laws for en-bloc, lease extension and land sales, tenancies and allocation at the Singapore Land Authority and Ministry of Law.


Education policy and its nexus with labour policy and greater social mobility; the future of work and skills in a digital world; the future of lifelong learning for the workforce; forms of public engagement to enhance citizenship and public discourse.