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Aline Eustaquio-Low

Senior Consultant

A Senior Consultant, Aline is Deputy Head of Training and Curriculum Department. She leads a multi-generational team in the design, development, and delivery of bespoke programs for transformational results. Aline also oversees the assessment process for ROHEI’s WSQ programs under the Service Excellence and Employability Skills Frameworks, in partnership with the Skillsfuture Singapore (SSG).

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Before joining ROHEI, Aline was involved in research work with the prisons and in the development of psychometric tools. Part of her work on the effectiveness of learning modalities was showcased internationally in an academic conference.

Aline has designed and developed contextualized programs for various organizations in non-profit, education, and corporate sectors for different staff levels. She formed part of the team that produced the “Learning For Results Handbook”, commissioned by the former Workforce Development Agency (now Skillsfuture Singapore) to equip Learning and Development practitioners in Singapore.

Aline graduated with a Bachelor of Social Sciences in Psychology with Honours in the National University of Singapore (NUS) and with the University of Oregon (UO) (Honors College) in the USA during her Student Exchange Program. She was also part of the University Scholars' Program in NUS, a multidisciplinary academic program that accepts only 3% of each academic cohort.

Aline is an ACTA-certified Trainer and Assessor and holds a Diploma in Adult Continuing Education (DACE), a qualification requirement for Curriculum Developers.

I love how intentional ROHEI is in the work that we do. I can see how the smallest detail and the larger vision really impact the experience that clients have with us. It is truly humbling to see how my colleagues are always so passionate and sincere about building the lives of people. I find it such a privilege to be here.

Aline first learned to navigate cross-cultural relationships when she moved to Singapore as an ASEAN scholar. She finds this even more critical, now that she is married to her husband from a completely different background, whom she first met as her dance partner during their junior college mass dance.

Aline is secretly an old person inside, having a love affair with Chinese tea and black fungus.