Mr Michol Dalcourt
Institute of Motion
Michol Dalcourt is an internationally recognized industry-leader in health and human performance. He is the Founder and CEO of IoM Health, inventor of ViPR and Co-Founder of PTA Global. As an international lecturer and educator, Michol has authored numerous articles on health, human design and function.
Michol has served as Adjunct Faculty at the University of San Francisco in the Department of Sports Science, as well as Faculty at the NAIT College - School of Health Sciences.
He has given hundreds of international lectures and has been a featured speaker at most of the world’s top fitness and health conferences, and at many colleges and universities around the world. Michol has done extensive work in the areas of health and human performance, and consults with many of the health and fitness industry’s biggest companies - including Equinox, Microsoft and Nike among others.
He received his education from the University of Alberta in the area of Exercise Science, and has received continuing education from the Canadian Society of Exercise Physiologists.
Dr Chiang Hock Woon
Dr Chiang Hock Woon joined Sport Singapore with a 30-year military service background. He was Commander Special Operations Task Force before assuming the appointment of Commander 9 Division. His notable achievements include the transformation of Army fitness curriculum and the conceptualisation of the Centre of Excellence for Soldiers Performance (CESP) to improve the fitness levels of soldiers.
In Sport Singapore, Hock Woon spearheads the nation-wide ActiveHealth social movement that aims to transform the way Singaporeans manage their health and physical well-being. He also leads the organisation’s push towards digital transformation and human capital enhancement effort. Furthermore, he steers Sport Singapore’s investment objectives with the iconic Singapore Sports Hub.
Dr Ben Tan
Changi Sports medicine Centre
Dr Ben Tan graduated in 1991 with a medical degree from the National University of Singapore and obtained his Masters in Sports Medicine in 1997 from the world-renown Australian Institute of Sport. He is a Fellow of the Academy of Medicine Singapore (FAMS) and the American College of Sports Medicine (FACSM).
Dr Tan is presently Chief of Sports Medicine at Changi General Hospital. The Department runs two of Singapore’s leading Sports Medicine Centers – Changi Sports Medicine Centre and Singapore Sports Medicine Center. Dr Tan won an Asian Games Gold and four consecutive SEA Games Golds, and represented Singapore at the 1996 Olympics in sailing.
Dr Vincent Chua
Associate Professor, Sociology
National University of Singapore
Dr Vincent Chua is an Associate Professor in the Department of Sociology at the National University of Singapore. He received his PhD in Sociology from the University of Toronto in 2010. His main research interests are in social networks, education, gender, ethnicity and social stratification.
He has published widely in scientific journals such as Social Networks, Social Science Research, Current Sociology, Comparative Sociology, Sociological Perspectives, International Studies in the Sociology of Education, American Behavioral Scientist, Research in Transportation Economics, and Environment and Planning C, including the Sage Handbook of Social Network Analysis. He received the Faculty Teaching Excellence Award in 2013 and 2017, and the University Annual Teaching Excellence Award in 2017.