Salomi was appointed Province Leader at the Singapore/Malaysia Chapter held 28 November to 3 December 2019. Her mandate commenced on 24 April 2020.
Born in Port Klang, Selangor, Malaysia on 27 February 1959, Salomi entered the Congregation in 1983 and made her Perpetual Profession on 21 February 1993.
Salomi recently completed a Bachelor Degree programme in Psychology in Singapore. Her training includes Early Childhood Education, Psychology/Counseling, Satir Systematic Brief Therapy, Spiritual Direction and Formation. She did her Theological Studies in the Philippines.
In the area of ministry, Salomi has served in various capacities in the Social Service programmes in Malaysia working with teenage girls and their families, single mothers, women experiencing spousal violence, refugee and migrant women and their children. She was also involved in formation of those at the candidacy and pre-novitiate level.
Salomi’s leadership responsibilities include: being a member of the Social and Education Boards in Malaysia, Local Leader of Community and a member of the Province Leadership Team from 2008 to 2016. She also served in local, regional, and international committees in the area of Formation.
Click here - Incoming Province Leader and Team
Daily wage earners and others pay a terrible price when a pandemic hits. With funding from generous donors, GS organisations distributed care packs to vulnerable communities in Kuala Lumpur and Sabah
Every year, 24th April is celebrated at Singapore residential services for children. 2020 plans were different, but did not limit the creativity and inter-connectedness of children, staff and sisters
This Province Chapter was held from 28 November to 3 December 2019. Sr Bridget Paily represented the Congregational Leadership Team. Special celebrations marked the 80th anniversary of Good Shepherd in Singapore
16 participants from many provinces of Asia Pacific responded to the call to learn the skills of facilitation at a workshop held in Ipoh, Malaysia from 31 March to 8 April
In response to the Congregational Directive, the Asia Pacific Circle organized a dialogue to develop clear strategic plans integrating Spirituality, Justice and Peace with best ministry practices
Representatives of these Asia Pacific Core Teams met on 7-8 July 2016 to develop a Co-Responsibility framework for Good Shepherd Mission
Historic first Formation and Partnership Session in Asia Pacific creates a distinct shift in the understanding of Partnership for Mission
Comprehensive overview from the GSAPP team - how Good Shepherd Partnership for Mission is developing in this region
From 7-11 November 2014, 18 Mission Partners from Singapore-Malaysia visited Myanmar - a Good Shepherd Beyond Borders experience
Providing skills training and income generating opportunity for women in crisis - empowerment and a sense of dignity