After a successful inaugural run, the EYE team was back for the second edition of the EVE Summit to feature outstanding professional Malaysian women in inspiring and motivating the future female talents of the nation.

For the second year, we had the privilege of the support from Ministry of Women, Family and Community Development (KPWKM).

With the theme “Shifting Paradigm”, our team intended to showcase the shift from the conventional organizational management practices that was gender bias, to the increasing organizational education and culture in respective industries that recognizes gender diversity.

This awareness is crucial for the future career prospects of our Malaysian female graduates and is further embraced by the all-inclusive governance framework that the government seeks to promote in enhancing the corporate culture in our country.

The EVE Summit once again play host to a new line-up of distinguished female professionals and leaders from different industries.

EVE Summit 2014 also welcomes the addition of the The World Café, created as a unique engagement session for the participants to discuss on the topics related to issues affecting women career paths and to generate ideas that will support the empowerment of opportunities and gender equality in the workforce.





Y.B Dato Sri Rohani Abdul Karim

Minister of Women, Family & Community Development

Plenary Session “Passion For Humanity”

Nora Abd Manaf

Group Chief Human Capital Officer, Maybank

Panel Session: Corporate Sector “Women In Leadership”

Datin Azalina Azham

Director, Strategy & Transformation,

Bursa Malaysia

Ng Joo Yin

Business Development Lead, My Teksi Sdn Bhd

Panel Session:

Startup and Entrepreneur “The Desire To Venture”

Dr Khoo Kien Ling

The Wedding Doctor, Founder of ADAMAS Weddings

Azura Liyana Azmi

Director & Founder,

Azura Azwa

Kartini Ariffin

Director of Radio,

IM4U fm

Panel Session:

Young Professional “Charting A Career Choice”

Cheah Lee Sun

Business Analyst

Boston Consulting Group

Kauselya Muniandy

Environmental Officer for LRT Project, George Kent