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A panel discussion that will focus on attracting more women participation into the engineering profession. The invited panels come from different backgrounds to discuss on how to encourage women engineers to join the field of engineering; initiatives that are needed to sustain women engineers in their career; and providing help and support in managing community perception and expectation, while building a holistic support system that includes family, company, and colleagues to ensure work-life balance (it shouldn’t be a zero sum game).

A panel discussion that will focus on attracting more women participation into the engineering profession. The invited panels come from different backgrounds to discuss on how to encourage women engineers to join the field of engineering; initiatives that are needed to sustain women engineers in their career; and providing help and support in managing community perception and expectation, while building a holistic support system that includes family, company, and colleagues to ensure work-life balance (it shouldn’t be a zero sum game).

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  1. 1. WOMEN@MyNOG WOMEN @MYNOG PANEL FORUM 19th Sept, 2022 9:40 – 10:25
  2. 2. MODERATOR: Noraini Ayop Regional Interconnection Manager, Microsoft DIVERSITY & INCLUSION Organizations with higher diversity have immediate access to a wide variety of different perspectives, which is highly useful when it comes to planning, implementing, and executing business strategies. Different perspectives lead to new ways of thinking and problem-solving. World Economic Forum’s Global Gender Gap Report 2021: the global gender gap has increased by a generation from 99.5 years to 135.6 years.
  3. 3. MALAYSIA Source: Global Gender Gap Report, March 2021 (World Economic Forum)
  4. 4. TOPIC OF DISCUSSION “Driving gender diversity and inclusivity by increasing the participation of women engineers in a sustainable growth environment”
  5. 5. PANELS JOANNE TZE YEN LIEW Interconnection Manager, Cloudflare KAM SZE YEUNG Principal Network Architect, Akamai Technologies Ts. DR. FIZATUL AINI PITAKOR Senior Lecture, Politeknik Merlimau Melaka Ts. AMZARI AHMAD ZAINUDDIN Head of Core & Transport Consultant, Telekom Malaysia
  6. 6. “Driving gender diversity and inclusivity by increasing the participation of women engineers in a sustainable growth environment” JOANNE TZE YEN LIEW Interconnection Manager, Cloudflare KAMS SZE YEUNG Principal Network Architect, Akamai Technologies Ts. DR. FIZATUL AINI PITAKOR Senior Lecture, Politeknik Merlimau Melaka Ts. AMZARI AHMAD ZAINUDDIN Head of Core & Transport Consultant, Telekom Malaysia
  7. 7. Male, 70% Female, 30% PERCENTAGE MALE & FEMALE STUDENT POLITEKNIK MERLIMAU 369 539 708 378 119 212 0 200 400 600 800 CIVIL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT MECANICAL ENGINEERING ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT NUMBER OF STUDENT Male 77% Female 23% ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT * Data Session1: 2022/2023 from Student Affairs Department PMM POLITEKNIK MERLIMAU
  8. 8. TELEKOM MALAYSIA Female in TM Group : 39% Network: ~20% Cultivating the eco- system Support group to assist the downstream / women entrepreneurs to utilize technology in their businesses Working parents benefits Childcare centre in Menara TM
  9. 9. AKAMAI
  10. 10. Questions & Answers
  11. 11. Summary
  12. 12. Key takeaways ● Each one of us can help to drive diversity & inclusion ● Listen & understand ● Explore & take action

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