Before moving into public healthcare, Yao Quan spent five years in the private sector with an investment company. He earlier spent six years in the SAF.
Yao Quan has been a very active community volunteer since 2015. He introduced several initiatives to support lower-income families in Jurong. He is also a Board member of SG Enable and co-leads a taskforce to promote products made or designed by persons with disabilities. He also serves on the Merdeka Generation Communications and Engagement Taskforce.
Yao Quan graduated from Duke University with a Bachelors degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Masters degree in Engineering Management. He is happily married.
JURONG CENTRAL (JURONG GRC)
WHAT WE ARE DOING TOGETHER IN JURONG GRC
We must never stop in our efforts to make Singapore better, for every citizen.
We believe this requires good government policies complemented by strong community initiatives.
We strengthened many of our schemes during COVID-19, and will continue with several of these initiatives in Jurong GRC even after the pandemic.
We will work closely with government agencies, volunteer organisations, employers, our many committed volunteers and all our residents,
to build a strong and compassionate community.