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Primary Position to Run: President
Secondary Position to run: Vice President
VOTE FOR ME, VOTE FOR A BETTER FUTURE FOR MSA
I am currently an MSA Committee Intern and joined the Committee because I
was first warmly welcomed by the Members when I got here. As President, I
hope to find opportunities to serve Malaysians just like how the Committee
assisted and guided me.
If I am elected president, we would host a Minum-Minum Session where MSA members gather over
refreshments (yay food!) to discuss about events and throw out their opinions; a Cross-Cultural Night
where we collaborate with other clubs and expand the diversity of the pool of our friends whilst
showcasing talents through performances from different cultures; a Thanksgiving Fundraiser night to
to provide meals to the needy; a Mini Run-for-a-Cause Marathon; some Sports Events of your
preference and many more activities and events!
In the past, I was Head of the Prefectorial Board in school where I led multiple events. I also organized
community service projects where we raised funds for the Soup Kitchen. I held the position as a Group
Leader in a community where I guided and counseled youths. Within the MSA Committee, I contributed
in events to the best of my ability; I am also a budding staff writer for the Moda Magazine and a member
of the Finance and Investment Society where I acquire knowledge and skills in the Finance sector. These
prove that I am apt, driven and enthusiastic about achieving my goals and that I will be able to lead the
MSA into achieving its goals as well.
Coming to the States strengthened my identity as a Malaysian, and undoubtedly I feel a sense of
belonging when I am around Malaysians. Not many Malaysians and other foreign MSA members feel that
they belong to this community, but I want to change that. No matter how far you go, Malaysia will always
be my home, your home, and our home. MSA shouldn’t be a mere organization but a place you can fall
back to when you need help, a place for you to hang out (or warm up, brr…), and find yourself. I have a
fervent passion and clear vision to serve and lead. I am very willing to accept constructive criticisms to
keep improving myself. I am excited to bring Malaysians together whilst creating long lasting friendships.
We are stronger when we are united, Cheers!
VISION & MISSION
To boost the reputation of MSA among other clubs and students on campus.
To build a strongly-knitted Malaysian community.
To create a conducive environment for Malaysians to come together to voice out and discuss
unbiased ideas with one another whilst taking all opinions of members into serious consideration.
To use my marketing skills to raise more funds to subsidize for more fun and meaningful events.
To promote community service within the association (we all have duty to give back to the
To allow incoming students feel as welcomed as possible and ease their transition here.