Grace Chng, PhD. is a quantitative researcher with a background in psychology and substantial experience in research and evaluation in the Singapore social sector. She has previously worked in research units in the higher education sector and in the government of Singapore. Her past research has mainly focused on vulnerable groups, with publications in peer-reviewed journals. Her research interests lie in the family, child and youth development. She is well-versed in longitudinal research studies; having been part of the set-up and implementation of national longitudinal studies with children and youth. She has led and managed high-profile projects with multiple stakeholders and is always seeking ways to translate findings into actionable insights. Additionally, she has been involved in designing research strategies over the medium term within the government; helping to scope, design and execute plans to support and path find for the social sector.