Goh Pik Pin, born 1962 , a medical doctor since 1988 , an ophthalmologist since 1996, Hubert H Humphrey fellow in 1999 and Prime Minister fellow in 2000. Being a doctor practising in public hospital, she realises there are many people who are really in need of help. Together with other committee members of Losang Dragpa Buddhist Society, they established Kasih Hospice Care Society in 1997 to provide hospice service to patients with terminal illness, free of charge. Dr.Goh has been its president till date. In order to continue helping people who are dying and to support healthy people to live well, she along with Mr.Wong Koei Onn and Dr.Siow Chih Peng founded Kasih Foundation. Her wish is to inspire more people to come along to reach out to others
Wong Koei Onn, born 1951. He started his career with an international accounting firm in Kuala Lumpur where he worked as an auditor and qualified as a Fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, UK. He was a Group Accountant and Secretary of a public company listed on the Malaysian Stock Exchange, and was thereafter a Business Director in a private company before his retirement. He was a pioneer volunteer with the hospice services division set up by Losang Dragpa Buddhist Society in 1997. He became its Honorary Treasurer when the said division registered itself as a society under the name of Kasih Hospice Care Society, Kuala Lumpur and Selangor, in 2005, and he has since been holding that post.
Siow Chih Peng, born 1963. She graduated from University College Dublin, Republic of Ireland with her basic medical degree in 1988. She worked as a medical doctor in Ireland and U.K.and various government hospitals including University Hospital, in Malaysia. She has since stopped practising medicine and has been actively involved in volunteer work in Kasih Hospice Care Society since 2006.She has been an executive committee member of KHC since July 2007.
Lau Beng Long, born 1954. Bro Lau runs his own hospital planning and management consultancy firm. He was a founding member of Bandar Utama Buddhist Society and was also an Exco member of Subang Jaya Buddhist Association. Currently, he is the Chairman of Mount Miriam Cancer Hospital, Penang and Educare Centre, Port Klang. He is a Board member of Assisi Hospice, Singapore, and Good Shepherd Welfare Foundation, Malaysia. Bro Lau is also the Adviser of Mount Alvernia Hospital, Singapore, Fook Kuin Medical Centre Foundation, Sabah and N.S Chinese Maternity Hospital. His aspiration is to encourage and assist organizations and corporations to be more engaged in health, education and other social welfare outreach projects.