The Young Water Leaders Summit is a platform for an international community of young professionals engaged in the water sector to create collaborative networks with each other. With the aims of developing dialogue between them, the Summit spurs sharing of knowledge and expertise between members to create solutions for water issues plaguing the global world.
Organised by the Public Utilities Board, Singapore’s national water agency, the Summit will focus this year, on innovation, knowledge exchange and networking. The biennial event, which was inaugurated in 2014, gathered more than 100 selected participants from over 30 countries in 2014. At the Summit this year, high-level government leaders, heads of international organisations and industry will share their insights on social innovations and the developments of the changing global landscape of cities, water and environment. Speakers will also share ideas and plans in achieving a liveable, sustainable and resilient future, in-line with Singapore’s Smart City endeavour.
DHI is proud of Ong Qianlin Zoe for her accomplishment as Singapore’s Young Water Leader. As a key motto to our establishment, we at DHI share the commitment of the Young Water Leaders Summit of knowledge transfer between professionals in the water industry to better solve water challenges.
Meet us at the Singapore International Water Week 2016, and join us as we celebrate our accomplishments and share our knowledge and technology in water solutions.
‘I am honoured to receive this recognition and thrilled by this opportunity to attend the Young Water Leaders Summit. The Summit provides a great platform to expand my horizons, meet and engage with young professionals of similar interests and drive towards addressing challenges in the water environment.’ – Ong Qianlin Zoe, Environmental Engineer, DHI
Ong Qianlin Zoe is an Environmental Engineer with DHI Singapore. Graduating with a bachelor and masters degree from the National University of Singapore, Zoe has worked with DHI since 2011. Throughout the years at DHI, Zoe has partaken in Environmental Impact Assessments (EIAs) and Environmental Monitoring and Management Plans (EMMPs), conducting hydraulic modelling and providing solutions in ensuring that reclamation works have minimal impact on the marine environment. She has led numerous projects predominantly with EMMP and one of her key projects was one of the largest marine reclamation works in Singapore. As the project manager, she led her team in ensuring the reclamation work met rigorous Environmental Quality Objectives (EQOs) and met the client’s interest and objectives.