18 Aug, 2017

Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champion 2017

Featured by the fifth ULLS 2017 – Humanitarian Conference: Empowering Lives Through Humanitarian Initiatives, the Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champion aims to recognise young Malaysians who have empowered the under-served community in improving the current issues and situation within the community. This aims to acknowledge their contribution and work towards their area of focus.

In order to inspire and encourage more young leaders in this field of work, “The Malaysia’s Top 10 Most Empowering Young Community Champion” would like to bring together the awardees to not just acknowledge their contribution and work, but also to share their journey. The award recipients are nominated and voted by youths across Malaysia, aged between 18-25.

List of Nominees

  1. Alina Amir  Co-founder, Arus Academy
  2. Chuah Su Ming – Founding Committee Member, Kechara Soup Kitchen
  3. Daniel Tan – Founder, Generasi Gemilang
  4. Deborah Henry – Co-founder, Fugee School
  5. Dr Mohd Lutfi Fadil Lokman – Founder, Hospital Beyond Boundaries
  6. Dr S. Madhusudhan – Founder, Teddy Mobile Clinic
  7. Dzameer Dzulkifli – Co-founder, Teach for Malaysia
  8. Ganesh Muren – Founder, Saora Industries
  9. Gary Liew – Founder, Street Feeders of KL
  10. Imran Harith – Founder, Discover Muay Thai
  11. John-Son Oei – Founder, EPIC Homes
  12. Kuhan Pathy – Founder, Masala Wheels
  13. Mastura M. Rashid – Founder, The Nasi Lemak Project
  14. Raj Ridvan Singh – Founder-CEO, SOLS 24/7
  15. Samuel Siew – Founder, Dream Village Football Academy
  16. Sasibai Kimis – Founder, Earth Heir
  17. Siti Rahayu Baharin – Co-founder, Buku Jalanan Chow Kit
  18. Yap Mun Ching – Executive Director, Air Asia Foundation
  19. Zikry Kholil – Co-founder, Incitement