Lim May-Ann is a Director at the consultancy firm, Access Partnership, and is concurrently the Executive Director of the Asia Cloud Computing Association (ACCA). She has extensive experience in public policy, technology policy development, and government relations communications across the Asia Pacific, and has worked with many global, regional, and local organizations such as APEC, ASEAN, PECC, the ACCA, and the Asia Internet Coalition (AIC), on thought leadership development, government outreach and stakeholder engagement efforts, such as the development of the ASEAN ICT Masterplan 2020.
She was appointed to the Singapore Data Protection Appeal Panel 2019-2023, and sits on various task forces, such as the World Economic Forum (WEF)’s Digital ASEAN Taskforce, the Data & Jurisdiction Team for the Internet & Jurisdiction Policy Network. She was appointed as an APNIC 52 Fellow 2021, has served as an Exco member for the Internet Society (ISOC) Singapore Chapter, as well as for the nonprofit organization Engineering Good, which focuses on assistive technology and digital inclusion of the underprivileged and disabled.
Her career has spanned global, regional, and local institutions, including the World Bank, World Vision, the Singapore Institute of International Affairs (SIIA), and the Singapore Internet Project. Based in Singapore, May-Ann also lectures on InfoComm Policy in the Department of Communications and New Media at her alma mater, the National University of Singapore (NUS).