Three’s A Crowd… But Not for the Dharma!

3 March 2010 - 5:10pm Comments Off

As Kechara grows and the works of our current members inspire others, there is a swelling in our ranks as more and more people choose to join us.

This week, three more people decided to join Kechara full-time, giving up their fears and insecurities about the challenges that lie ahead when they embark on a journey of benefiting others.

Please join us in welcoming Jace, May and Allan into the Kechara fold…full-time!

Left: Jace won a Setrap statue at the recent Grand Setrap & Dzambala Puja
Right: Her first day…her new boss, Apprentice Liaison Han Siew Fong, set her straight to work reviewing archive tapes!

Jace Chong will be joining Kechara InMotion as a producer. Previously with Astro, Jace has five years of industry experience. A determined, hardworking person whose short career has seen her rise from runner to producer, Jace will be a valuable asset to a pivotal department that makes the Dharma grow through video production.

May Ong presents a welcoming face for newcomers at Kechara

Already the administrator of Kechara Care, May Ong’s involvement in Dharma recently increased as she was elected to be the Secretary of Kechara House Buddhist Association. May brings with her a degree in Computer and Management Science, and more than 20 years of experience working in various positions of sales and operations.

Left: Allan with his altar in his office. On it is a wooden 100-Armed Chenrezig statue that he has kept with him for many years
Right: KMP had a welcome lunch for their latest member

Our newest Kechara member is Allan Lee, who joins us as the marketing executive of Kechara’s publishing arm, Kechara Media & Publications (KMP). Having graduated with a Diploma in Marketing Communications, Allan has over 10 years of experience in marketing household brand names such as Hitachi, PLUS, Casio, Air Asia, Sony and L’Oreal.

If you see these three faces around and about, give them a pat on the back, buy them a drink…congratulate them for becoming the latest people to make Dharma and helping others their career!

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