Dato’ Lee Wee Loong is a co-founder of Vision College. He has a Master of Science (Mathematical Trading and Finance) and Bachelor of Science (Actuarial Science) from City University, London. Seeing a strong need for skilled health professionals in Malaysia and the ASEAN region, he entered the education field and established Vision College to fulfil that need. Wee Loong works closely with various industry leaders to secure good employment and training opportunities for Vision College graduates. He is responsible for providing and directing the long-term strategy of the College. His future plans for the College include providing more programmes in healthcare and business with an emphasis on industry needs and nurturing quality graduates.
Chang Yee Chieng graduated from Tun Tan Cheng Lock School of Nursing, Assunta Hospital in 1996 as a registered nurse and served Assunta hospital for more than 10 years. She has completed the Pg DMU (Asia) and is currently working as nursing lecturer and tutor for the Pg DMU (Asia) students at Vision College.
Elly Nadia Che Afzar completed her Bachelor Degree in Medical Imaging (Hons) from University Technology of Mara (UiTM). Prior to that, she holds a Diploma in Medical Imaging from the same university. She started her career as a Radiographer at Pantai Ampang Hospital and then moved to the MAS Medical Centre where she was in-charge for their X-ray department. She then worked at Forrest Medical Center where she acquired skills in Mammogram examinations and open MRI experiences. She is currently working as a lecturer at Vision College, Kelana Jaya.
Tang Yoke Yap has her basic nurse training (SRN) and Midwifery training in West Middlesex University Hospital in United Kingdom. She then went on to do her Critical Care Nursing in Melbourne, Australia. She obtained her Bachelor of Nursing degree in 1999 and Post Graduate teaching Certificate in 2011 from the University of South Australia. Her specialization and special interest is in Cardiology. She has work as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in Coronary Care Unit for 5 years in Repatriation Hospital, Victoria, Australia. Ms. Tang has vast exposure of clinical nursing and has acquired various other skills in Cardiac Catherization Lab, Accidents & Emergency Dept., and Special Diagnostic Department, both internationally and locally.