Sher May researches public policy issues and regulatory developments in Singapore to analyze their impact on multinational companies. She brings experience in policy analysis, stakeholder mapping and engagement, and managing national-level messaging campaigns.
Sher May began her career as a legal editor at the Singapore Attorney-General’s Chambers, where she reviewed and drafted legislation for a variety of sectors including finance and healthcare. She monitored legislative developments, researched legal histories and analyzed their potential impact on Singaporean society.
Sher May is a political science graduate from the National University of Singapore, where she was an avid varsity debater. She is fluent in Mandarin Chinese and English and is pursuing language certification in Korean and Bahasa Melayu.