Masters in Intercultural Studies, Bachelor of Sociology & Japanese Stuides
Pauline started her career as the Human Resource Manager of a medium-sized company in Singapore and introduced work-life balance policies to the management and employees, successfully implementing these policies at every level. She also assisted the company in coordinating its public listing process successfully, acting as the liaison between the company and its underwriting bank, lawyers, accountants and public relations firm. Following that, she spent 4 years in Japan as a cross-cultural program manager, organizing events, activities and homestays for Singaporean teams visiting various prefectures in Japan.
She speaks Japanese fluently and has Level 1 certification in the Japanese Language (the highest level a non-native speaker can attain). She also has extensive experience working as a Japanese business, culture and language consultant for numerous companies and organizations such as Estee Lauder, Toshiba, Animax Asia, The Singapore Film Society and Singapore governmental ministries such as Media Development Authority (MDA) and Ministry of Information, Communication and the Arts (MICA).
In 2006, she was invited by MICA to be a mentor in a regional event known as Creative Youth Xchange involving young artists from different parts of Asia. She is passionate about helping others live life with passion and is ecstatic that she can accomplish this in her role as a professional life and communication coach. She is a certified life coach with the Life Coaching Academy, an Australian government-approved training institution accredited with the International Coaching Federation.