Raenuga Indran is a youth changemaker who recently graduated with a BSc in Psychology (Hons) from Sunway University. Her personal experience navigating the complexities of the post-SPM landscape and difficulties securing a scholarship to pursue tertiary education motivated her to champion fairer higher education access.
Since she was in university, she has been involved with Closing The Gap Malaysia, a higher education access programme as a Mentor to two high need and high potential students. She is now working with Yayasan Tunku Abdul Rahman as a Marketing & Partnerships Executive which empowers young Malaysians aged 16 to 25 especially those from B40 communities to achieve their aspirations through the Closing The Gap (CTG) programme and the Tunku Abdul Rahman Scholarship. If it is not education equity, Raenuga can be found advocating for environmental action, racial representation and women empowerment.
Raenuga will be moderating on 27th September (3.00pm - 4.00pm, GMT+8) | Future Proofing the Youth: Share to Care
"The youth are our leaders of today and tomorrow. These young agents of change are already at the forefront of the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals and they must continuously be empowered, included and celebrated".