Eunice Rachel Low

Eunice Rachel Low is Editorial Consultant for the Lien Centre for Social Innovation and Deputy Editor of its flagship publication, Social Space. She is also Adjunct Editor with the Centre for Liveable Cities at the Ministry of National Development, where she sees to the content development of urban studies publications. Eunice was previously based at the National University of Singapore for seven years: as Editor at the Energy Studies Institute; and prior to that, as Editor and Head of the Journals Division at NUS Press. She was previously Team Leader (Journals Content Management) at John Wiley and Sons, and Assistant Senior Editor at Marshall Cavendish. Eunice obtained her BA (with merit) from NUS’s Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences, majoring in Sociology and European Studies (French). A published author under the pen-name “Rachel Tey”, her middle-grade action adventure novel, Tea in Pajamas, was featured in The Sunday Times and is into its second printing. When not busy editing, writing, or conducting book readings, Eunice enjoys classical music and medieval European history. Connect with her at eunicelow@smu.edu.sg.

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