Deborah Nga has over 10 years of international experience driving policy and government affairs for Fortune 500 companies including Google and Uber.
During her five years at Google, Deborah held roles in Singapore and Washington, D.C., first helping launch offices and localize products in Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines, before moving on to build Google’s diplomatic relationships with the foreign embassies in Washington. During her time at Google, Deborah also served as vice chairman of the Asia Internet Coalition, and drove — sometimes in as little as eight days – numerous public affairs campaigns on topics ranging from the economic impact of the internet to child safety.
More recently, with Uber, Deborah was the head of Southeast Asia stakeholder engagement. Prior to her time in the private sector, Deborah worked for the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore in various roles, managing international relations with Africa, business development with Europe, and transportation policy with Europe and North America.
Deborah has delivered guest talks on international business at Georgetown University and the National University of Singapore. She graduated with an honors degree in political science from the National University of Singapore.