Meet the Team
Cheryl is the Founder of The Breathe Movement. She has dedicated her life to uncover the dark and light within herself, constantly expanding her inner awareness to observe the intricate stories that surface with each layer.
Previously from the advertising world where she educated the masses on brand stories, she has switched her focus to using raw human stories to inspire courage and love in others.
Her passion in social justice and mental health drives her to serve the society at large.
Media and Publicity
Elizabeth has 8 years of experience working in Singapore’s media industry.
Her work spans different markets including business, advertising, marketing and commodities.
She is excited to use her skills to bring awareness to this important social issue and contribute to building a wiser and kinder society.
Su-An is a multi–disciplinary creative who works across design, film, animation and public art.
Based in Sydney, she has shown her award-winning work internationally and is currently director of doeanddoe creative studio.
Su-An is an active contributor to projects that create a social and/or environmental impact. Her current focus is on work that bridges the creative arts and healthcare.
Kenneth is a creative technologist who has comprehensive knowledge about
interactive installations and web based projects.
Currently working for Toaster at Google, Kenneth hopes to contribute
his spare time and technical knowledge to the SMHFF team.
Melanie is a semi-nomadic digital marketer who is specialised in performance marketing, and other arenas of marketing, such as search engine optimization and content strategy.
On a mission to shine the light on meaningful truths, she also works together with socially-driven organisations dotted around the world on their digital communication efforts.
Event & Volunteer Manager
Mark has been in events management for three years, organising and coordinating a wide scope of events, ranging from conferences to exhibitions. He has also worked with multiple government agencies.
He is grateful to be given the opportunity to contribute his knowledge and experience to SMHFF. He strongly believes that there is a need to create awareness around mental health issues.
We would also like to thank the following people, for without their generous guidance and help, this festival wouldn't be possible.
Heronymo Allen, Aishah Abu Bakar, Wesley Leon Aroozoo, Fabian Bricard, Erwin Chan, Juan Chan, Melissa Chan, Michael Cheng, Louisa Cheong, Chew Kia Huey, Beatrice Chew, Cho Mingxiu, Alisa Chopard, Teater Ekamatra, Gabriel Gn, Nazhath Faheema, Ann Tat Goh, Rachael Klyne, Edmond Kwek, Lee Yi Ping, Hui Shan Loh, Ingrid Mak, Prema Menon, Alecia Neo, Adeline Ng, Perry Peh, Li Lin See, Ethan Seow, Elly Sim, M Selvarani, Jasmine Soh, Cherilyn Tan, Cindy Tan, Mei Yan Tan, Moses Tan, Xu Da Tan, Gracie Teo, Tania Wu, Zuzanita Zakaria