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In memory of Emeritus Professor Gordon Redding

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Emeritus Professor Gordon Redding, a founding member of The HEAD Foundation, passed away on 17 February 2024.

Prof Redding, who served as the Foundation’s first Managing Director and went on to become one of its Fellows, has left an indelible mark on the Foundation, particularly on our belief that quality leadership plays a key role in a society’s development. This belief is reflected in our continued efforts to impact lives in Asia through quality education and effective healthcare.

As a leader, a teacher, and one who strived to gain more knowledge, he touched the lives of many. His legacy will be treasured and remembered.

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