Class of 2017, Singapore
Assistant Manager at National Arts Council (NAC)
Abdul Hamid bin Roslan is an Assistant Manager in Singapore’s National Arts Council (NAC)’s Planning and Engagement Group.
Hamid was the co-founder of The G Spot, a Yale-NUS student organisation that focused on raising awareness on issues of gender, sexuality and feminism through community dialogues.
As a National Arts Council scholarship recipient, Hamid finds that his liberal arts education has allowed him to think flexibly and to problem-solve effectively.
“My broad-based, multidisciplinary liberal arts education has allowed me to consider a variety of approaches when solving complex problems. It has also taught me to critically engage with the perspectives of the people I work with, whether they are artists or arts managers.”