Chan Mun Wei is a consultant and trainer in the areas of sustainability, strategy, sustainable tourism and social services. He advises companies and associations on sustainability strategy and implementation, such as developing a circular economy business model for a Singapore-based plastics manufacturing company. He writes and advocates for a greener world through the Sustainable SG Facebook page that he started, and has spoken on climate change and environmental risks at various conferences. He works on sustainable tourism developments and is consulting for SG Enable, a Singapore charity that supports persons with disabilities. He is also an Associate Lecturer at the Singapore University of Social Sciences.
Mun Wei started out his career as a management executive in Singapore Airlines. For more than 20 years, he has worked in Singapore in the private and public sectors in various capacities, and has experience in the following functional areas: strategy, corporate planning, policy development, data analytics, risk management, operations, sales, marketing, human resource and investment promotion.
His last position was as Divisional Director of Corporate Planning at Sentosa Development Corporation, which is the government agency that develops and manages Sentosa as an international leisure and tourism destination. His accomplishments included developing and implementing the Sentosa Sustainability Plan along environmental, social and governance dimensions; integrating Sentosa’s future land-use with key strategic drivers such as guest experience and sustainability; analyzing visitorship trends and formulating a long-term visitorship model; as well as negotiating various sponsorship and commercial agreements with third parties.
Mun Wei graduated from Stanford University with a Bachelor of Arts in Social Sciences and Master of Arts in Education, and subsequently completed a MBA at the National University of Singapore.