Sabrina Mulia Chow is an Analyst at Quest Ventures, a leading venture fund for technology companies that have scalability and replicability in large internet communities. She works closely with startups to accelerate their growth through a combination of acceleration services and programmes. She is also responsible for market access initiatives for key markets in Southeast Asia.
Sabrina has been winner or finalist in innovation challenges and technical competitions such as the National Economics and Financial Management Challenge, and Hackatron Asia where she developed for Android. On secondment with Tsinghua University, she was the project manager with Tsinghua Innovation Plus, a tripartite incubator and seed fund with the government, university, and industry.
She has been a guest speaker or panelist at events such as the Nanyang Girls Social Good Dialogue, and was a mentor at the Yale-NUS Debate Competition. She is a frequent host for international technology and startup delegations to Singapore.
Sabrina is an accountancy and finance major from the National University of Singapore. She was a recipient of the Arts Elective Programme Scholarship from the Ministry of Education, and as a stage actress, has won the gold award with honours at national theatrical festivals. She is an active volunteer for the underprivileged and has completed projects with them in education and theatre. For leisure, she enjoys reading, cycling, table tennis and traveling.