Board of Governance
BOARD OF GOVERNANCE
Dr David is a recipient of the New Zealand International Doctorate Research Scholarship and obtained his doctorate from the University of Canterbury. With over 20 years of experience in Malaysia and abroad, Dr. Yeoh has published a book with McGraw-Hill, Singapore and co-authored book chapters in New Zealand and the USA. He is a reviewer for a journal under the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE). He is now an Associate Professor in Universiti Tun Hussein Onn Malaysia with significant experience in Outcome-Based Education - a pertinent educational concept for experience of education programs in Malaysia.
(BOG's Representative / Executive Director)
Mr Lee Kok Hwee is the Vice Chairman of the National Executive Council of Malayan Mission Schools Council. Since 2013, he has also been the Chairman of the Board of Managers and Governors of Canossian Convent Kluang. Having 30 years of experience in corporate management, research & development, Mr. Lee was also appointed as an Industrial Advisor to the Universiti Tunku Abdul Rahman's (UTAR) Science Faculty. He obtained his Bachelor of Science (B. Sc. Hons) specialising in Chemistry from the University of Surrey, England in 1978.
Mr Yew Kok Leh has 10 years of experience as a secondary school principal, including 7 years as a specialised "Pengetua Cemerlang". Having been a teacher since 1983, he has developed over 18 years of writing experience in academic content, educational instruction and leadership training, as well as being co-author of Physics Textbooks and Academic reference books. Mr Yew is also an active educational consultant to several private and public educational institutions. He received his degree in Science with Education (Hons) from University Sains Malaysia (USM).
Dr. Karla J. Smith is a Certified International Senior Education and Literacy Consultant with more than 40 years’ experience in education. She has taught classes for all ages, from pre-school to adults and has more than twenty-four years of experience facilitating literacy and education programs for non-dominant ethnolinguistic communities in Asia. She earned her Doctorate in Sociolinguistics and Education at CDU, Australia. She has been a Multilingual Education Consultant for LEAD Asia since 2003 and has been an advisor to the Ministry of Education in Timor Leste since 2014. She currently continues as an international education and literacy consultant in the Asia Pacific area.
Dr. Victor Wong Chen Nam is the Activator Advisor of Leaderonomics, a cause-driven leadership development firm. He is also the Chief Culture Officer of Reapfield Academy Sdn. Bhd. Having accumulated more than 20 years of experience in community services, training and consultation services in the education ministry, Dr. Victor is well versed in holistic education through the incorporation of character development and leadership skills in young people. He received his Doctorate from the Theological Seminary of Malaysia where he researched on corporate training.