Prema Jayabalan is an accomplished writer and copywriter and has been in this field for the past 10 years. She is currently attached with Leaderonomics and is the contributing editor/senior writer for myStarjob.com, a career pullout featured in The Star. She has contributed to an array of publications comprising lifestyle magazines, in-house magazines for organisations and also for the e-newsletters for the Curve, a lifestyle mall.
She holds a master’s degree in English and a degree in mass Communications from University Malaya. Prior to Leaderonomics, Prema was a communications manager with The National Cancer Society, an NGO. There, she handled all the communications aspect comprising media liaisons, PR and publications.
Prema has also had her fair share in lecturing where she taught English for the Diploma students in Yahama Music Academy.
SHEERA HUSSIN is working on developing penetrative content for Leaderonomics Digital Learning. Her aim is to cultivate life-long learning in others as a learning enthusiast herself. She strongly believes in the differences education could make, how individuals can make the world more colourful through a spectrum of knowledge sharing, sincere coaching and positive learning. Majoring in English and Public Relations, she is also a perseverer of nature and an advocate of children’s rights. In all that she does, she aims to be a life-changer.
EVA CHRISTODOULOU is a Masters of Arts and Masters of Research graduate in the Political Science field. After working in a public policy think tank and with much experience in academic research, she joined Leaderonomics where she was acting as assistant editor for the myStarjob career, personal and leadership development guide appearing in The Star newspaper every week.
Her exploration of a wide variety of topics in the areas of career, personal and leadership development, have led her to take on a role as a Learning and Development Specialist, in which she designs customised long term programme frameworks aimed to help individuals take their development to the next level. In this new role, she identifies key areas of groups of people that need to be addressed, and puts together creative solutions including formal classroom training, simulations, reading assignments, live projects, mentoring sessions, coaching, and many other ways of expanding the individuals’ growth.
Vicky Krishna began his career as a Corporate Marketing Executive at Diners Club Malaysia for three years. In end 2003, he joined Bata Shoe Organization (BSO), working for a good 12 years until 2015. He brings along with him skills and experience in Retail Operations, Branding, Merchandising, Customer Service, Coaching & Mentoring and Warehouse Sale.
He graduated from University of East London with an MBA in International Business. Vicky is currently managing the Digital Learning business unit which is in its start-up stage, and the mission is to enable limitless learning by imparting knowledge, amplifying reach and impacting the SME market primarily.
Interested in Digital Learning? Vicky can be contacted at email@example.com.