Meet the Do Good TeamDo Good2019-11-18T15:00:19+08:00
Emeritus Professor Dato’ Abang Abdullah Abang Ali
Abang Abdullah is an Emeritus Professor of Civil Engineering, Universiti Putra Malaysia, President of the Malaysian Society of Engineering & Technology & Chairman, Board of Advisers, World Assembly of Muslim Youth, Malaysia. He was the President, Federation of Engineering Institutions of Islamic Countries & Institution of Engineers, Malaysia. He was a Fellow, Institution of Civil Engineers, United Kingdom & Honorary Adviser, Malaysian Building Association, Malaysia. He is an Honorary Fellow, ASEAN Federation of Engineering Organisations, Honorary Member (Academician), Engineering Academy of the Republic of Kazakhstan, & Adviser, Saudi Council of Engineers. Active in voluntary work to help the poor & downtrodden, he strongly believes that the world can be made a better place for all, if only we agree to return to the good universal principles & moral values.
Farwina is a Tamil Muslim, whose name originates from the word Parveen/ Parvin which means the Pleiades (constellation of stars). She is the President of MIZAN and the Manager of HIKMAH, Wilayah Persekutuan. An active instagrammer, xenophile and chummy. Passionately advocates for unity; believing that there is strength in diversity, that can only be achieved through mutual respect and understanding, and fiercely advocates for women’s rightful position in society and that women are built with all the potential to bring out the best in humanity.
Mastura, an Accountant by training, is responsible in crunching numbers and transforming digits into easy-to-read, meaningful reports. Mastura believes that changing the world must begin with the change in our own self. She loves traveling the world and traversing the nature to explore new discoveries, learn new things and meet new people. Based on her personality test, Mastura is people-oriented and friendly but colleagues and friends often see her as a woman who is mysterious and aloof.
Syuaib, who works best from behind the scene, is Do Good’s Research and Publication Executive. A graduate with double majors in both the fields of religious study and biotechnology, he is also the Vice President for Malaysian Association of Youth Harmony, leading the movement of over 2,000 youths nationwide. He is also actively participating in other NGOs and engaging various civil society groups, holding the firm belief that a combination of universal values together with regular and social media engagements is the key for a better world.
Prof Dr Amriah Buang
Dr. Amriah Buang B.A. (Malaya), M.A. (Massey), Ph.D. (Manchester) was a Professor in Social Sciences and Humanities, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, who seeks to contribute to the democratization of knowledge. Mindful of the Islamic Khaldunian heritage in the genesis of modern social sciences and humanities, she strives to bring the non-secular conversation back in studying, understanding and addressing the human conditions. An ardent believer in integrated, contextualised and holistic understanding of societies and civilizations, her research interests span economic, ethnological, ecological, development and gender issues and challenges. She has three decades of experience in social activism and is currently the Presiden of IMAN (Interactive Muslimah Association). She is the founder of Negara Kita Tanggung Jawab Kita (Our Country Our Responsibility), a platform that seeks to bring Malaysians into the forefront of responsible nation stewardship.
Ahmad Fathi Abd Jalil
A graduate from International Islamic University of Malaysia, Fathi serves as a Graphic Designer with a big passion for graphic design and video editing. Previously working as a teacher, he is a man who really loves to share the beauty and positive side of humanity through creativity.
Carollina Ramle hails from Sabah, Malaysia and is shy to strangers but friendly and cheerful to those who knows her. A business administration graduate majoring in technology management, she likes to surround herself with good and positive people, and believes that good universal values exist in all religions. She’s a strong believer in peaceful human coexistence, despite differing beliefs.