Chief Executive Officer & Founder
A Malaysian government scholar, she graduated with honours in Law from the United Kingdom. She cut her teeth in social entrepreneurship while in the UK serving as the President and Team Leader of a UK-based social enterprise for 2 years, managing 104 members from different countries and macro managing five social enterprises. She was the first Asian Muslim female to be appointed to the role by the board of advisors and was the first to win the Enactus President and Team Leader of the Year award in the UK after successfully leading
her team as one of the Top 3 Enactus Social Enterprises in the United Kingdom.
Her impact in the UK did not go unnoticed. In 2018, she was called by Lord Michael Hastings to the parliament of the UK to speak and discuss issues surrounding youth unemployment and brought home the International Student of the Year Award. She was also called to speak at the University of Essex United Nations Human Rights Conference in the UK about child’s rights to education.
Raudhah’s footprint in Malaysia is also well established as she’s been given a seat in the advisory board of Curriculum Development of the Polytechnic and College Community Malaysia, overseeing the module
development for the Certificate of Business Operations, making her the youngest board ever appointed. She was recently interviewed by two Malaysian TV Channels, RTM 1 and Astro Awani.
Raudhah was also recognised by Tatler Asia as one of the Gen. T Honouree, Top 400 Asian Young Leaders in 2020 and was also shortlisted for the Women of The Future Southeast Asia Awards 2021. Her most recent recognitions include being invited to speak alongside the Former President of Timor-Leste and Noble Peace Prize Laureate, Dr Jose Ramos-Horta on Ethical Leadership in ASEAN as well as being invited to speak at a policy dialogue organised by the European Union Support to Higher Education in the ASEAN Regions.