Sherie Ng

Sherie Ng
Executive Director, Singapore
Singlife Philippines
Bachelor of Business

Sherie Ng’s career spans a 25-year journey where she has held various management and global leadership positions. Her domain expertise lies in the high growth tech environment across industries; BFSI, Telecommunications, Government, Oil & Gas, and FMCG where she has led large enterprise, and organisational digital transformations.

Sherie is currently the Executive Director of Singlife Philippines. She was previously the Country Director of Google Cloud’s business in Singapore, responsible for leading revenue and go-to-market strategy and operations for Google Cloud Platform and Google Workspace, working with teams across Google to help customers across all industries reimagine their business through data-powered innovation.

Sherie joined Google Cloud from Microsoft, where she was General Manager, Public Sector, Asia Pacific. During her time with the company, she spearheaded business engagements and partnerships with public sector institutions – government agencies, state-owned enterprises, healthcare, and education institutions. In addition, Sherie championed social impact causes for national empowerment programmes such as bridging the digital skills gap, enhancing country-wide capabilities in digital transformation, cyber security, AI, and advancing sustainability goals.

Prior to her role at Microsoft, she served as the Managing Director, Southeast Asia, NICE Ltd and held management roles with Invensys Operations Management, Singtel, Comverse Technologies, CSG Systems, and Lucent Technologies.

Sherie holds a Bachelors degree in Business Administration from Nanyang Technological University in Singapore, and she also successfully completed the MIT Sloan Executive Education programme in Digital Business Strategy and the INSEAD Global CEO programme in International Business.

In her personal time, she is passionate about mentoring the next generation of leaders and is also actively involved in local and regional community services, leading and participating in humanitarian aid programs for the underserved.