What We Do
Virtual instructor-led module with self-paced online learning
Policy Writing & Review
Review and draft anti-harassment policies and procedures
Diagnosis, Consulting & Success Evaluation
Consultation on Diversity, Inclusion, and Belonging – challenges, goals and success metrics
For parties involved in conflicts & harassment complaints
Success Metrics & Assessment
Amy Amrita Daga
Managing Director & Consulting Principal
Amy’s expertise lies in Diversity, Inclusion & Belonging, Cross Cultural Competency, Global Leadership and creating a Culture of Service within organizations. She has successfully consulted and conducted training programs in these areas for organizations across the globe, (Japan, Kazakhstan, Netherlands, South Korea, Cambodia, Myanmar, UAE, Singapore, India and UK etc).
A Gold-medalist in Hotel Management for her Undergraduate studies, Amy pursued her Masters in Management at the University of Essex, UK. In addition, she holds Trainer Certifications in Culture for Business from Trompenaars Hampden-Turner (Netherlands), Global Leadership by Prof. Robert Moran (Thunderbird University, USA), Transnational Leadership by Prof. Beth Fisher-Yoshida (Columbia University, USA) and Teaching in Higher Education by Temasek Polytechnic (Singapore). She is a qualified counsellor and coach by the Association for Talent Development (USA).
In a career spanning 25 plus years, Amy has also successfully run entrepreneurial ventures in addition to working in the private and public sectors. In her previous role, before joining Catalyse, she headed two National Award winning programs presented by the National Integration Council – Diversity.Inclusion.You. (DIY) and Global Community Day (GCD).
Amy has lived and worked in India, UK and Singapore. She calls herself a ‘travelholic’ and her motto is “looking for unity within the diversity”.
Senior Organisational Development Facilitator and Trainer
An Occupational Psychologist by training, Caroline specialises in identifying bespoke opportunities for growth and change covering a broad range of topics including organisational and people development, talent management, leadership selection and assessment. She is equipped to navigate complex environments and draws from her leadership and management experience across the APAC region, Seychelles and UK.
An active member of Singapore’s OD Network, Caroline is skilled in making quick connections with people. She is committed to building high performing and respectful systems in which people achieve their fullest potential thereby improving employee experience whilst driving sustainable organisational gains.
Caroline is certified in Trompenaars Hampden-Turner Culture for Business and holds a Masters degree from Birkbeck, University of London. Registered with the British Psychological Society (BPS), she holds a license in the BPS’ psychological and psychometric test user (Level A and B).
A well respected leader in Singapore’s non-profit world, Corinna led the transformation of AWARE from a volunteer-led organisation to a professionally staffed organisation that substantially increased in size and impact. Under Corinna’s leadership, AWARE today works with all sectors of society, from individuals to civic organisations to governmental bodies to private organisations.
For more than 3 decades, Corinna’s commitment to issues such as gender-equal workplaces, workplace harassment, and domestic violence had been unwavering. On the basis of her leadership in these areas, Corinna was selected to interview Michelle Obama during the one evening Michelle was on stage in Singapore.
Corinna draws from her entrepreneurial, management and leadership experience, her expertise in law, gender equality and diversity inclusion and her Organisation Development lens (NTL Institute for Applied Behavioural Science), to provide training and consultancy in workplace harassment, diversity and inclusion and developing high performing teams.
Prior to AWARE, Corinna founded and ran a successful technology start up, Bizibody Technology, and practised law at Allen & Gledhill, Khattar Wong and Partners, and Koh Ong Partners.
Senior Facilitator & Trainer
Penny is a specialist in reputation management, culture change, strategy and performance. As a Managing Director at Citigroup and then General Electric, Penny led regional and global teams through culture change, public affairs strategy, issues management, social innovation and brand marketing for 20 years. Prior to this, she consulted for the world’s largest communications agencies with public sector, national and multinational clients in the UK and Asia.
Penny is Vice President of AWARE and a dynamic and engaging trainer who brings her love of engaging with people to Catalyse. She has in-depth knowledge of Singapore and global markets, international leadership and talent development.
She holds a Master’s degree in Public Management from the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, Singapore, and a Master’s degree in Public Relations from the University of Stirling, UK.
Erynn supports Team Catalyse as a Junior Executive, working closely with trainers to provide smooth and interactive workshops. Additionally, her role includes administration and the collation of media concerning Diversity and Inclusion.
A graduate of United World College of South East Asia, Erynn studied Literature, Biology, Chemistry, Global Politics, Math and Chinese in her International Baccalaureate Diploma to develop crucial macro-analysis skills used in her job today.
Erynn regards compassion, curiosity and a learning mindset as the essential components of her work. As an incoming student of Wellesley University, Erynn’s personal goal is to enrich her contextual knowledge of cultural, social and political factors that shape dialogue surrounding gender equality. Beyond professional development, Erynn enjoys mindfulness practice.
Previously, Erynn was chair of the Global Concerns Executive in UWC, organising successful fundraisers in support of Children’s rights such as “Jazz For Nepal”, “UWCSEA Online Day of Giving” and the “UWC Colour Run”.
Chie van Slobbe
Facilitator and Consultant for Business Operations
Chie is a highly experienced learning professional with a demonstrated history of delivering high impact and relevant learning solutions.
She has a strong background on learning consultation, development and delivery enhanced by her experience of working with different organisations on regional and global levels. Her expertise is on train-the-trainer programmes which was honed by her experience as a master trainer for HSBC’s core leadership programmes, where she supported 21 markets across the Asia Pacific Region.
A graduate of the Philippines’ prestigious University of the Philippines, she started her career in the airline industry before moving into a relationship management role in the banking industry. Her success as frontliner allowed her to transition to her first ever learning role as a sales and relationship management trainer. This in turn, led to a one-year stint in Vietnam which opened the doors for her to move to Hong Kong and become a leadership facilitator. Her work in the Diversity and Inclusion space, particularly the rollout of the Inclusive Leadership programme in Standard Chartered Bank, paved her connection with AWARE where she started as a volunteer a year after moving to Singapore with her family.
Chie is a certified IECL Level 2 Organisational Coach, and an accredited trainer for Everything DiSC, Facet 5 and a Human Centred Design Practitioner.
Aside from supporting Catalyse’s business operations and facilitating some of its programmes, she supports foreign domestic workers in Hong Kong and Singapore by volunteering as a coach and mentor with Uplifters.
Lead Trainer & Programme Development
Robin Rheaume has 20 years of experience in commercial and investment banking. She has worked in Canada, UK, Hong Kong and Singapore and has held regional responsibilities managing teams of individuals from across South Asia, South East Asia and Australia.
A self-taught programmer, in 2010 she left banking to pursue passions in forensic computing, application development and NGO work. She has assisted a wide range of NGOs, including AWARE, TWC2 and SPCA with direct volunteer support as well as development of cloud based system for management of volunteers, events and members. Robin is also a trained helpliner with the AWARE Women’s Helpline.
Originally from Montreal, Robin has lived in Singapore since 1992. She is well known in the Singapore community as the creator of The People of Singapore street photography project – a collection of images and stories similar to Humans of New York. Through this project, she humanised differences, broke down stereotypes and showcased the rich diversity that exists at all levels in Singapore society.
She is an engaging and experienced facilitator and Catalyse Consulting’s lead curriculum developer.