Lee Bee Wah to step down as engineers' institute head
Rachel Chang
Sat, Feb 06, 2010
The Straits Times


MEMBER of Parliament Lee Bee Wah is stepping down as president of the 4,700-strong Institute of Engineers Singapore (IES) when her two-year term ends in May.

Ms Lee, who intends to hand over the reins to current deputy president Ho Siong Hin at the IES' annual general meeting, said yesterday that she plans to concentrate on her other duties.

She looks after the Nee Soon South ward in Ang Mo Kio GRC, and is also president of the Singapore Table Tennis Association, among other things.

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