Women in Leadership & An Evening with Sonya Richardson, President of PWN Global and Three Distinguish Speakers Nadiah Tan Abdullah (Chief Human Resources, SP Setia Berhad), Dr. Anas Alam Faizli (Author “Rich Malaysia Poor Malaysians:Essays in Energy, Economy and Education) & Sharifah Raudhah Al-Qudsy (Executive Coach Board Member Mentoring Face to Face Technology)


25th April 2017


5:00pm - 7:00pm


G Central G Central @Sunway Nexis

Level 3, Block C Sunway Nexis office Suites

No.1 Jalan PJU 5/1, Kota Damansara

Kota Damansara

47810 Petaling Jaya


Member: RM30

Non-Member: RM 50

Payment can be made at the registration counter on 25th April 2017.

Contacts Information


pwn.kualalumpur@gmail.com or kualalumpur@pwnglobal.net

Contact Number

Kabil: +6017 285 1289 or Zieda: +6011 2317 7424

YOU are invited because you...

  • are a person of substance
  • are a leader for transformation
  • CARE about other women leaders

PWN is about YOU

  • Giving back
  • Sharing your Wisdom
  • Mentoring others

& so We VALUE your Presence at this event ...



Registration & Networking


Welcome Speech by Ms. Munirah Looi, President of PWN Kuala Lumpur


Panel Discussion

Work Life Balance: Challenges & Expectations


  • Ms. Nadiah Tan Abdullah (Chief Human Resources, SP Setia Berhad)
  • Dr. Anas Alam Faizli, Author "Rich Malaysia Poor Malaysians:Essays in Energy Economy and Education"
  • Ms. Sharifah Raudhah Al-Qudsy, Executive Coach Board Member Mentoring (Face to Face Technology)


  • Dr. Pauline Crawford- Omps, Founder & CEO Corporate Heart Ltd, UK

6:00 pm

An Evening with Ms. Sonya Richardson, President of PWN Global on

Sharing her insights and experiences on “ Women in Leadership”

Hosted by Munirah Looi, President of PWN Kuala Lumpur


Networking & End of Program

About Sonya Richardson

President, PWN Global,

With extensive experience in change and transformation, Sonya is partner with Spark Company, a niche consultancy dedicated to facilitating change by sparking energy and excitement for growth. Sonya works with global clients across industries - from banking to technology to fashion - and geographies - spanning from Europe to Asia to the US - on changing or reinforcing organisational cultures, strengthening top team effectiveness and increasing personal fulfillment.

As a McKinsey & Company alumni, Sonya is dedicated to facilitating change for growth and passionately contributes personal time as a PWN Global board member to expand the Professional Women’s Network and transform leadership to include more female talent. As a former financial reporter, Sonya aims to continuously spread the news on the relevance of diversity in decision making bodies, from institutions to corporate organizations to politics.

Sonya lives with her partner and two children in Utrecht.

About the Panelists

Nadiah Tan Abdullah

Started as a HR generalist, tried my hands on training and development in my 3rd year as a HR professional and completely fell in love with the world of OD and Change Management where I could put my heart and minds in the core of what affects people and organization. The last 20 over years have been a colourful trip going through corporate chapters of setting up HR dept, building talent pipeline, harmonization work in mergers and acquisitions, organizational cultural transformational work, design, lead and manage people and change strategies, coaching and developing talents at leadership roles and of course always rediscovering myself!

Dr. Anas Alam Faizli

Dr. Anas Alam Faizli, known as Anas is a Malaysian non-political construction and an upstream Oil and Gas professional, a scholar, an activist, and an author.[1] He holds a post graduate doctorate in Business Administration and is currently a Director of a Malaysian Multi-National Company (MNC),[2] a leading international heavy steel construction company. Anas also serves as the Assistant Honorary Secretary for the Malaysian Oil and Gas Services Council (2016-2018) and is also a certified Oil and Gas Expert by Malaysia's Ministry of Human Resource. Additionally he also co-founded several non-governmental organisations and an economic research think tank. His books are bestseller titled Rich Malaysia, Poor Malaysians and Malaysia Kaya, Rakyat Miskin.

Sharifah Raudhah Alqudsy

Sharifah is founder of Face2Face Technology and she is also a writer. She specialises in nurturing a networked organisation and women’s special role. She focuses on creating engaged people networks that leverage the power of reputation, trust, shared values and long-term meaningful connections. She helps champion collaboration and innovation culture and strategies in organisations to bring clarity, focus and business return that enriches a wider eco-system.

Through Face to Face Technology, Sharifah offers strategic consulting, coaching and facilitating services in strengthening employee engagement, developing women capabilities as key influencers and change agents and women leadership retreats. She writes occasionally on Women as Leaders, Digital Lifestyle and Urban life as well as rural mind-set.

About the Moderator

Dr. Pauline Crawford- Omps Founder & CEO Corporate Heart Ltd, UK

Over 25 years as a successful consultant, with a primary expertise in Gender Dynamics© programs, seminars and courses. Her career includes work in tourism, marketing, creative design, image consultancy, and business psychology. She leads High-Impact Communication Workshops, Magical Conversations© and Gender Intelligence Leadership©

Pauline has also developed well researched models, concepts, tools and techniques and conducted seminars in the UK and Europe on Wellness Cultures, Performance and Employee Engagement. UK Clients include Barclays, BT, Metropolitan Police, GSK, London Metropolitan University. Currently residing in Malaysia working with the Ministry of Women, Family & Community Development, MyWIN Academy and BAC College

International conference speaker for over 25 years, Pauline has been featured on TV, and radio. Her passion is to enable men and women alike to leverage their own unique natural potential and achieve success both professionally and personally.

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