Chew Men Leong
|Chew Men Leong|
Chew (holding knife) at a cake cutting ceremony in Singapore on 13 May 2009 with Cmdr. Chuck Good of the US Navy.
|Service/branch||Singapore Armed Forces|
|Years of service||1985–2011|
|Other work||see #Post-military career|
|Chew Men Leong|
Chew Men Leong is a Singaporean civil servant and former naval admiral. He was the Chief of the Republic of Singapore Navy from 2007–2011 and held the rank of Rear-Admiral. He is currently the Chief Executive of the Land Transport Authority of Singapore.
Chew received his pre-university education in Raffles Junior College and graduated in 1985. He was awarded the Singapore Armed Forces Overseas Scholarship in 1987. He graduated with a bachelor's degree (first class honours) in electrical and electronic engineering from Imperial College London in 1990. He was awarded the Singapore Armed Forces Postgraduate Scholarship in 2001 and went on to obtain a Master of Science in management from Stanford University in 2002.
Chew enlisted in the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF) in 1985. Throughout his military career, he held various appointments, including: Executive Officer, RSS Sea Lion (1992–1994); Commanding Officer, RSS Vigour (1998–2000); Commanding Officer, 188 Squadron (2000); Commander, 1st Flotilla (2001); Head, Joint Plans and Transformation Department (2002–2004); Fleet Commander (2004–2005); Head, Naval Operations Department (2006); Chief of Staff, Naval Staff (2006–2007).
After retiring from the military, Chew became the Chief Executive Officer of the Public Utilities Board (PUB), Singapore's national water agency, and continues to hold this position. He is also concurrently the Executive Director of the Environment and Water Industry Programme Office (EWIDC) and the Chairman of the PUB Consultants Pte Ltd. He also sits on the board of Jurong Port Pte Ltd and the International Advisory Panel of the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy's Institute of Water Policy. He is also a member of the Singapore Quality Award Governing Council.
- Public Administration Medal (Military) (Gold), in 2008.
- Officer, Legion of Honour, in 2011.
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Rear-Admiral Ronnie Tay
|Chief of the Republic of Singapore Navy
31 Aug 2007 - 29 March 2011
Rear-Admiral Ng Chee Peng
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