Women's Forum  Singapore 2024


Sun Sun Lim

Singapore Management University

Vice President (Partnerships and Engagement)


Professor Lim Sun Sun is Vice President, Partnerships & Engagement and Professor of Communication and Technology at the Singapore Management University. She has extensively researched the social impact of technology, focusing on technology domestication by families and young people, AI ethics and future of work. She has authored over 90 academic publications including Transcendent Parenting: Raising Children in the Digital Age (Oxford University Press, 2020) and co-edited The Oxford Handbook of Mobile Communication and Society (Oxford University Press, 2020). She is a Fellow of the International Communication Association and serves on fourteen journal editorial boards and the Media Literacy Council, Singapore Environment Council and Singapore Computer Society. From 2018-2020, she was Nominated Member of the 13th Parliament of Singapore. She is an honoree of the inaugural Top 50 Asia Women Tech Leaders Award 2024 and the Singapore 100 Women in Tech 2020 list. She frequently offers her expert commentary in international outlets including Wall Street Journal, New York Times and Guardian and writes a monthly technology column in The Straits Times. She has won eight awards for excellent teaching. See www.sunsunlim.com

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Jun 20, 2024
4:45 PM5:25 PM

Navigating a fairer future of work for all

Feon AngLinkedInManaging Director, APACHelen DuceInclude Consulting PTECEOIan LeeAdecco Group APAC Pte LtdGroup Executive Committee Member; President, Geographic Regions; President, Adecco Asia PacificSun Sun LimSingapore Management UniversityVice President (Partnerships and Engagement)Ulrike WieduwiltRussell Reynolds Associates Singapore Pte LtdManaging Director
Diversity drives creative solutions and has greater potential for innovations that meet different needs and promote gender equality. There are therefore strong economic incentives for companies, who are learning how to transform workplaces to make them more inclusive. How can technology provide them with the tools to address this challenge ?