Jeanine Lim holds a Bachelors Degree in Media Studies from the Royal Melbourne
Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia, a Masters Degree in Film from Boston
University, U.S.A, and a PhD in Film from the University of Auckland, New Zealand.
As an educator/filmmaker, Jeanine has 17 years of experience in video/film
production and 11 years of tertiary level teaching in Singapore, U.S.A. and New
Zealand. Some of the institutions she has taught at include the University of Auckland,
Boston University, Singapore Polytechnic and PSB Academy. She has also held
academic support roles at the Singapore Management University.
In her educational pursuits, Jeanine has presented papers at various academic
conferences in Spain and Canada, and published journal articles for IAFOR Research
Archive and The International Journal of Diverse Identities.
As a filmmaker, Jeanine has produced over 40 corporate and educational videos and
10 short films, which have been screened at several international film festivals. In
addition to her own projects, she has also served as production crew on over 25
independent films and television series, and mentored on countless student video
projects and films. Her latest film is a feature documentary on Singapore identity and
cinema which was produced in 2018.
On the side, Jeanine runs her own charity initiative, Project Give Pray Love, which
helps the poor in Vietnam. She is also an avid tennis player and runner, having
represented the various organisations she has worked at.