MEET THE FOUNDING TEAM
Having worked in Accenture, Zhenwei has led digital transformation projects for multinational corporations and government linked corporations. With a BA in Psychology, his skillsets spans across mental health, technology, project and change management.
Chief Operating Officer
As ThoughtFull’s Business Associate, Nabilah leverages on behavioural science and digital design to incorporate aspects of Psychology into our product offering. Prior to this, Nabilah was a management consultant and a digital team lead working across various sectors. Nabilah received her BSc in Psychology from the University of Glasgow.
As a caregiver to a loved one with mental afflictions for the past 20 years, Joan’s first-hand experience with the challenges compelled her to leave the world of finance in Hong Kong to found ThoughtFull in SouthEast Asia, in hopes of addressing the vast gaps in the mental health space.
Chief Executive Officer
At ThoughtFull, Esther hopes to redefine what mental healthcare looks like for everyone. She works primarily with the clinical team to conduct mental health webinars and develop digital content for the ThoughtFullChat App. Esther completed her postgraduate with a MSc in Occupational Psychology from the University of Sheffield.
Ivy is a Counselling Psychologist and Licensed & Registered Counsellor in Malaysia with more than 10 years of experience in the field. She sits on the board of the Association for Marriage and Family Therapy Malaysia and is member of other boards in Malaysia, Singapore, and the United States.
Head of Counselling
Izzaty is an Applied Behavioural Analysis (ABA) Therapist. At ThoughtFull, she incorporates her experience in ABA to design behavioural change programs for our Professionals’ implementation with users. Izzaty received her BA in Psychology from National University of Malaysia.
1 in 7 Singaporeans suffer from a mental illness at some point in their lifetime
75% of Singaporeans do not receive the treatment they need, "treatment gap"
54 working days lost by Corporate Singapore because of mental health-related issues
1 in 3 Malaysians suffer from a mental illness at some point in their lifetime
90% of Malaysians do not receive the treatment they need, "treatment gap"
66 working days lost by Corporate Malaysia because of mental health-related issues
Amongst Asian employers, stress identified as #1 risk factor for health and productivity
USD1 trillion global economic losses due to depression and anxiety
Mental Health increasingly correlated to work performance, absenteeism and presenteeism