Navigate Response, a leading global crisis communications network for the international shipping, ports and offshore industries, announced today that Jasmine Pang has joined the expanding Singapore team as a Crisis Response Manager.
Jasmine was previously a Senior Investigation Officer from the Singapore Police Force with a track record in handling complex criminal and civil investigations. She later employed her investigative and problem-solving capabilities in other public and private sector roles. Effectively bilingual in English and Mandarin, Jasmine is attuned to the cultural subtleties that shape stakeholder management in the growing Asian maritime space.
Joining the Navigate Response team, Jasmine said:
“I am both humbled and thrilled by the opportunity to learn from and work alongside some of the most experienced and highly-regarded professionals in the industry. Crises are always challenging to deal with; but with an effective crisis communication strategy, we can turn challenges into opportunities.
“I look forward to supporting our clients in developing effective communication strategies and responding to the growing public demand for transparency and accountability.”
Welcoming Jasmine Pang, Navigate Response Managing Director Dustin Eno said:
“We are delighted to welcome another crisis specialist to our Singapore based team. Jasmine’s appointment underscores our commitment to our growing client base in Asia and positions us to continue providing crisis communications services in the maritime industry’s fastest growing region.
“Our diverse team of specialists includes former seafarers, journalists, Public Information Officers (PIOs), shipping industry insiders, social media experts and maritime corporate communications specialists. Jasmine’s background in law enforcement and investigative work is a welcome addition as we support our clients in dealing with often complex issues requiring cooperation with police forces and the careful separation of facts from assumptions.”