The Asia Foundation
Sr Advisor Rule of Law
San Ng (pronounced “sahn ing”, LL.B, LL.M, MPA) has over 20 years of field and academic experience in international development, law and information and communications technology (ICT). Currently acting as Sr Rule of Law Advisor/Proposal Manager at The Asia Foundation, she focuses on innovative methods for legal empowerment and access to justice. Formerly the Director of Law, Governance and Civil Society (ICT) at The Asia Foundation, Ms. Ng supported Law, Governance and Civil Society program and led the ICT program, which aims to provide new, innovative and appropriate solutions to address longstanding problems in poverty alleviation. Ms. Ng oversaw more than 30 ICT programs in 14 countries in Asia, and grew the program from US$0.5 million to US$9 million. Before joining The Asia Foundation, Ms. Ng was the Director of Programs and Strategy at International Medical Corps (IMC), a global human rights and humanitarian NGO with an annual budget of USD$60m. Ms. Ng previously worked for CARE International in Thailand, China, Kosovo and Seattle in various law and technology capacities. Born and raised in Singapore, Ms. Ng practiced as a court attorney before becoming extensively involved in international development, law and ICT. She holds a LL.M and a M.P.A from the University of Washington; and a LL.B from the National University of Singapore.