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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 Singapore National Eye Centre and the National University Hospital. She is the granddaughter of philanthropist Lee Kong Chian.
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.
- "Nature conservation's new champion". The Straits Times.
- "Nature Society President Geh Min is one of nine fresh faces - and the only civil society activist - among the new Nominated MPs appointed by President S R Nathan.". The Straits Times. Archived from the original on 2010-12-14.
- "President's Award for the Environment". Ministry of the Environment and Water Resources. Archived from the original on 2010-07-28.
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