Jacqueline has offered her face and ability to a wide range of films, television, plays, and commercials. She has a multifaceted appeal and charisma.

As the resident Asian anchor on MeetTheBoss.TV, an Executive Leadership & Management Training service that conducts exclusive interviews with the world’s most prominent and innovative business executives, Jacqueline, a graduate of NUS Business School, is putting her business education to work. She has had one-on-one meetings with Mr. Clement Kwok King Man, CEO of Hong Kong & Shanghai Hotels Ltd., and Dr. Mahathir bin Mohamad, Malaysia’s Prime Minister.

As a proficient multilingual host, Jacqueline is in high demand. She is the ideal hostess for any event because she is a “Jacq of all crafts.” The events range from the introduction of new beauty products to formal gala dinners like the ICON Ball and the Her World Woman of the Year Award; countdown parties for New Year’s Eve; and business conferences like the International Risk Assessment and Horizon Scanning Symposium and Singapore International Water Week.

She has appeared in the movies Stamford Hall, Dirty Laundry, and others. Additionally, she has appeared in the independent movies Sweet Sally Smile, Bob, Inspector X & the Eternal City, and September. The Secrets of the Forbidden City, a BBC & History Channel documentary project by Lion Television UK shot in Hengdian Studios China, is one notable television appearance. Rescue 995, The Champions, and Switched are just a few of the Mandarin television credits.

Theatre pieces that she has worked on with both Toy Factory and the Theatre Practice include 24 Pieties and 10 Brothers, The Soldier and His Virtuous Wife, and Liao Zhai Rocks.

Jacqueline has contributed her knowledge to corporate training programmes for MNCs and government organisations, including the British High Commission Regional Training Centre, Barclays, HSBC, Citigroup, Rolls Royce, and AT Kearney, by acting in business role-plays and serving as a facilitator. She instructs a Live Hosting course at the Singapore Management University because she believes in education, learning, and sharing knowledge.

Jacqueline is the mother of two adorably lovely kids (daughter and son).




Height: 165cm

Race: Chinese

Language Proficiency: English, Mandarin