Zoe Koh is an Adjunct Researcher with the Chandler Institute of Governance focusing on public service institutions and the social service sector. She has extensive experience working for Singapore’s Ministry of Social and Family Development. Her portfolio is diverse, having worked in policymaking, research, public communications and capability building.
Zoe’s research interests include poverty, social mobility and inequality; family, gender and caregiving; child abuse and fostering; domestic violence; youth crime and rehabilitation; sociolinguistics and national identity. Zoe holds a degree in Sociology from the University of Tokyo.