Our advisory network share our commitment to create a new generation of ASEAN-China savvy youth leaders. They're at the top of their fields and we are grateful for their encouragement and insightful guidance.
Founder CEO, M Media Ventures Ltd
Melvyn Goh is founder of M Media Ventures, a strategic advisory and investment company and is equipped with more than a decade of experience in China. Prior to his current role, he served three tenures with global media conglomerate Forbes. In his roles as Forbes China Publisher, Forbes Asia Executive Director and Forbes China President.
A lifelong advocate of education, Melvyn was also an advisory board member of the Stanford University Publishing Alumni, CEO of Harvard Business Review China and a recipient of the Dean’s Fellowship Award, New York University. He was also a Committee Member of WPP School of Marketing and Communications.
Melvyn is passionate about youth talent development. In 2017, he relaunched the Forbes China 30 Under 30 initiative with the keynote address by Charles Chan, co-founder of Tencent and co-hosted by the Futian District Government, Shenzhen.
Melvyn served as an advisor to G20 China Youth Entrepreneur Association and is an alumni member of the Ship for South-east Asian Youth Programme. He is also a co-founder/advisor of two other youth initiatives.
Melvyn currently serves on the Executive Committee of Singapore Chamber of Commerce, Shanghai Chapter (SingCham) as Chairman.
Executive Director,ASEAN University Network
Dr Choltis Dhirathiti is currently a Executive Director of the ASEAN University Network (AUN), an inter-governmental organization under the ASEAN Secretariat.
He is also a Lecturer in Politics at the Faculty of Political
Science, Chulalongkorn University, Thailand. Choltis has been teaching normative political theory at ChulalongkornUniversity since 1996.
His academic research interests include history of Western
political thought, philosophical dealism and political ethics. His public services to the public sector in Thailand involve thinking-skill trainings and public sector strategies.
Choltis has worked for ASEAN University Network (AUN) since 2009 where he employs his experience on public sector strategies, policy consultancy and human resource development to the work of regional and multilateral
cooperation among universities in Southeast Asia.
CEO & Co-founder, Reactor School
Khairul Rusydi lives at the intersection of design, education technology, and youth development.
A previous Enterprise Singapore (ESG) scholar, Rusydi consulted for SMEs in the domain of human capital development and business excellence.
He has previously served on the board of *SCAPE, and currently serves on the SG Youth Action Panel with the Ministry of Culture, Community and Youth (MCCY).
He is an Apple Professional Learning Specialist, is a member of the Institute for HR Professionals (IHRP), and an alumnus of the Temasek Foundation Young Societal Leaders fellowship.
Rusydi currently leads Reactor (www.reactor.school) as the co-founder and CEO.