The value of integrity for a brighter future.

October 25, 2016
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SEGi University held the Malaysia Integrity Forum where they brought together four inspiring national youth leaders for the very first time for a panel discussion.


These four social influencers were Deborah Henry (former Miss Malaysia Universe 2011 and Co-Founder of Fugee School), Ng Yeen Seen (2016 World Economic Forum (WEF) Young Global Leader (YGL), Rizmel Nazrin (Special Officer to the Malaysian Minister of Home Affairs), and Zaim Mohzani (the Co-Founding Principal of Nation Building School).

The discussion was moderated by Datuk Mohamed Azahari Kamil (Group President / Executive Director, SEGi University & Colleges).

The speakers spoke on matters related to crime, integrity, honesty, corruption and trust that can impact Malaysia’s socio and economic development. Valuable insights were also shared during the forum, as well as professional perspectives and their own personal experiences with the audience.

Students of SEGi University were delighted to engage with the speakers during the Q&A session, asking questions on current issues and ways to overcome them. A few members of the audience were beaming with joy to walked away with lucky draw prizes.

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