Eileen Poh Li-Mein
Eileen Poh joined the CrimsonLogic Board in April 2009.
Eileen has over 20 years of experience across a wide spectrum of airport and aviation related businesses, with both public and private sector perspectives. These include leadership roles in airport investments development, airport business planning and implementation, air hub development, airport capacity and master planning, hands-on airport management and operations, slots allocation and service efficiency management. She has been involved in bilateral and multilateral air services and climate change negotiations, airport marketing missions, aeropolitics, commercial retail initiatives, and various airport IT and operational implementations.
She currently holds the appointment of Director, International Relations of Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS), formulating the development of international policies and strategies relating to international aviation matters in the UN International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) and advises on international aeropolitics. She is also overall in-charge of the formulation of policies and positions relating to climate change, involved in the negotiations in ICAO and the UNFCCC on international aviation emissions policies, pursuit of economically viable alternative fuel sources and assessment of climate change economics.
Prior to her current appointment, Eileen was based in UK London, as the Senior Vice President of Alterra Partners (London, UK). She was also a Board Director of Alterra airport assets in Lima, Peru and Curacao, Netherlands Antilles and advisor to the Alterra Directors for London Luton Airport, UK. She was the lead for the development of airport business plans, operations plans and commercial plans for Alterra investment bids in Europe, China, Latin America and the Caribbean and for the execution of these initiatives to enhance financial returns and safe shareholder interests.
Eileen graduated with a Bachelor of Science from the National University of Singapore and attended the Oxford Air Transport Program (Oxford University, UK). She lectures at the Singapore Aviation Academy and conducted seminars on public-private partnership concepts.