Board of Directors
Lt. Gen. Datuk Nawi Bin Alias (retired)
Lt Gen Datuk Nawi bin Alias RMAF (Rtd) has a distinguished military career and served as the Malaysian Armed Forces (MAF) Chief of Staff ( COS ) during the last four years of his service.
He held various key command and staff positions in the Royal Malaysian Air Force (RMAF) and MAF. As MAF Chief of Staff and a high ranking officer of MAF, he became “key point of contact” between MAF and other organization locally and abroad.
He is also the chairman of several joint-committee together with high ranking ministry officials or Chief of Staff from friendly foreign armed forces such as Indonesia, Thailand, Brunei and Singapore. He was directly involved in all strategic planning and operational implementation of the MAF.
As Chief of Staff, he is a member of the Joint Chief of Staff Committee, the highest committee in the MAF, and also a member of the Armed Forces Council.
Captain Yahaya Othman (Retired)
Captain Yahaya bin Othman (Retired), a “Budak-Boy”, spent his early years as a military student at the Royal Military College RMC, Sungai Besi (1978-79). Due to his academic excellence he was sponsored by the Ministry of Defense (MINDEF) to further his study in Australia in 1980. Six years later he graduated from the University New England (UNE), New South Wales in 1986 majoring in the field of Management Science (Operational Research).
Captain Yahaya has wide experiences in personnel and project management; being a Member of the conspicuous Malaysian Institute of Human Resource Management (MIHRM).
To date he has secured and managed variety of projects that includes, human resources management and maintenance projects with the KL Airport Services KLAS (a DRB-HICOM Group of Companies) and for the Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB) at the KLIA, Sepang.
He continues in creating businesses that served for betterment of humankind; proposes green technologies in treatment of water in rural areas especially in the state of Sarawak.
Brig. Gen. Dato' Pahlawan Mohd Tairobi Abd Razak (Retired)
Brig. Jen. Dato Pahlawan Mohd Tairobi served in the Malaysian Armed Forces for 35 years. He joined the Army Cadets at the Malaysian Royal Military College Sungai Besi in 1968; and was commissioned into the Royal Malaysian Engineer Regiment in 1970. At his earlier career in early 1970s; he was among a very few Malaysian Officers selected to undergo special forces training both in Malaysia and Indonesia.
He served as the Chief Military Observer Bosnia Herzegovina (1994-1995) and was heavily involved in formulating and the signing of a peace agreement between the warring factions.
Whilst serving as the Chief of Staff at the 1st Division Army Headquarters, Kuching; he was also the Joint Chairman of the Land Operation Planning Committee between Malaysia and Indonesia.
He was honored with a Master’s Degree in Defense Engineering by the Malaysian Defense University in 2016.
Datuk Iskandar Sarudin
Datuk Iskandar graduated with BA (Hons) in Art and Social Science. He also pursued to enter the Malaysia Civil Service (MCS) with a Diploma in Public Administration from the Malaysian Institute of National Administration (INTAN) in 1979.
He was appointed as Assistant Secretary in the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1979.
From 1989 to 1990, Datuk Iskandar was the Principal Assistant Secretary for a political desk in charge of Sub Continent countries including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Nepal, Bhutan, and Maldives.
In 1995, Datuk Iskandar was tasked by the Ministry to establish another Malaysian diplomatic mission where he was responsible for the establishment of the Malaysian Embassy in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina.
Datuk Iskandar returned to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in 1998 and took up the post of Under Secretary in the ASEAN department from 1998 to 2000, whereby he represented Malaysia in many of the ASEAN meetings both within and outside the region.
In 2000, Datuk Iskandar was appointed as the Malaysian High Commissioner to Sri Lanka and Maldives.
In 2010 and at the age of 55, Datuk Iskandar was appointed as the Malaysian Ambassador to the People Republic of China and Mongolia. He served there for five years until his retirement age of 60 in 2015.
Muhammad Emir Danial
Muhammad Emir Danial was born in Kuala Lumpur is a dedicated and talented person.
Upon realizing his passion in business since he was young and after his A-Levels study at Brickfields Asia College. He continued his education and completed his degree in BA Business Management from The University of Sheffield.
He has professional experience from working in the UK, as an Inventory specialist at RGIS, the world’s largest inventory service provider through which he gained deep insights of international best practices in inventory management and auditing of the retail industry, and the values, culture, and structure in a multinational company.
He was a Director of External Affairs and a crucial member in spearheading the initiative for The University of Sheffield to be the Central Powerhouse of Malaysian talents studying in top UK universities.
He has also worked in the United Nation High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in 2016, where he assisted on the first pilot project to help refugees to provide employment opportunities in Malaysia, with the collaboration of the Malaysian government.