Singapore Kindness Movement
Dr William Wan is the General Secretary of the Singapore Kindness Movement and a Justice of the Peace. He has lived and worked in Canada and USA for more than two decades.
A lawyer, theologian and psychometric analyst, he has taught at universities, practised law, pastored churches, and managed law firms, higher education institutions and psychometric business. A co-founder of the Christian Lawyers’ Fellowship, the Prison Fellowship and the Evangelical Fellowship of Singapore, he actively contributes to several non-profit organisations including Project We Care.
He is a public speaker and published author. His works include Clearly Dyfferent and My Best with Honour, written in support of the dyslexia and scouting community respectively. His latest book launched in February 2019 is Through the Valley: The Art of Living and Leaving Well.
Dr Wan received several awards including the Ottawa Board of Police Commissioners’ Civilian Commendation, The Ontario Solicitor-General’s Award, The Active Ageing Award from the Council of Third Age, The Abdeali Tayebali Lifetime Achievement Award, the President’s Volunteerism and Philanthropy Award and the SSA Distinguished Service Award (Bronze).
A septuagenarian with an active bucket list which includes skydiving and scuba diving, he mentors young people including his three grandchildren who are all university students.