Mei Lin Fung is CEO of MLF Associates Inc. and a founding member of the Secretariat for the People-Centered Internet, which is chaired by Vint Cerf, one of the fathers of the Internet. She handles Global Network Outreach for HOSA.org ,the 180,000 member organization of future health professionals, with 3200 chapters. She co-founded and is the Unit Coordinator of the California Health Medical Reserve Corps. As an investigator, thought-leader and social entrepreneur, Mei Lin has been exploring community-based models for innovation and quality of life in the 21st Century. Mei Lin is on the founding team of Innovation for Jobs (I4J) co-chaired by Vint Cerf and David Nordfors. She produced the 40th anniversary celebration of the Mother of All Demo’s, in 2008 for Douglas Engelbart and his memorial in 2013. She led the team producing the 40th anniversary of TCP/IP for Vint Cerf in 2014. As a contractor to the US Department of Defense she served as the Socio-Technical lead for 2 years of the 5-year project on the Future of Health. She worked with the US Department of Labor Office of Apprenticeship to set up the first Registered Apprenticeships in Customer Care and Wellness Coaching.
Mei Lin worked at Intel and Oracle in Silicon Valley, and also as an operations research analyst with Shell Australia. She has spoken internationally and written extensively and has been translated into Polish, Korean and Spanish. Her case studies of Singapore’s efforts in e-Government, and Singapore’s National Service Excellence Initiative have been cited in academic peer reviewed journals. Mei Lin has served as international advisor to Singapore’s National Library Board, and was appointed overseas consultant by the China Ministry of Information Industry to the committee on CRM and Contact Centers. She has spoken at the National Defense University in Washington DC, at the People’s Congress Hall in Beijing China and given a talk with Paul Greenberg at the invitation of
the Prime Minister’s Office in Singapore to all the Quality Service officers in the civil service.
Mei Lin serves on the board of directors for the National University of Singapore America Foundation and holds a Master of Science degree from MIT in Management and B.Sc (Honors) in Mathematics from the Australian National University. She is a thought leader in leadership models for the 21st century and designs and implements curriculum for Service Leadership Transformation in a networked world.