The World Economic Forum has announced the induction of the newest members of its Young Global Leaders (YGLs) Class of 2023.
This year’s cohort includes nearly 100 promising political leaders, innovative entrepreneurs, game-changing researchers and visionary activists who are accelerating positive and lasting change in their communities, countries and the world.
Parti MUDA took to their Twitter account to champion their co-founder and deputy President, Amira Aisya Abd Aziz, as she has been selected to join the ranks of some of the best young minds in the world.
They wrote, “YB Amira Aisya, MUDA Deputy President and Puteri Wangsa Assemblywoman has been named among the Young Global Leaders 2023.”
“This achievement is one that can be used as an example for many other young people. Hopefully with this achievement there will be more leaders who want the best for Malaysia.”
As part of their three-year leadership development programme, YGLs will have access to a range of executive education courses, learning journeys and opportunities to collaborate with trusted peers, helping them achieve their goals and make an even more significant impact on society.
“Celebrating these exceptional leaders, we commend the YGLs for their outstanding commitment to addressing pressing global issues. Their extraordinary achievements inspire us all and we are confident that their leadership will pave the way for a better future,” said Wadia Ait Hamza, Head of the Forum of Young Global Leaders.
Also named among the YGLs Class of 2023 is Shahril Sufian bin Hamdan, former Head of UMNO Information and Vice Head of the UMNO Youth Movement.
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