Geh Min

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This is a Chinese name; the family name is Geh.

Dr. Geh Min (Chinese: 倪敏; pinyin: Ní Mǐn) is the former President of Nature Society in Singapore. She was formerly a Nominated Member of Parliament from January 2005 to April 2006.

Geh is a former student of Methodist Girls' School and Anglo-Chinese School. She is a medicine graduate of the National University of Singapore and works as a consultant ophthalmologist at Mount Elizabeth Medical Centre, and as a visiting consultant at the National Eye Centre and the National University Hospital. She is the granddaughter of philanthropist Lee Kong Chian.[1]

In December 2004, Geh was appointed as a Nominated Member of Parliament.[2]

In 2006, Geh was one of the three recipients of the inaugural President's Award for the Environment, along with Tommy Koh and the Waterways Watch Society (WWS).[3]

Geh heads the Environment and Health Functional Committee of the South-West Community Development Council. She is a Board Member of the Nature Conservancy's Asia Pacific Council; the Water Network of the PUB; and the Singapore Environment Council.

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