Stanley, a law graduate from Northumbria University, Newcastle UK, formerly was the Chairman for the Episcopal Commission for Migrants and Itinerants, Malaysia, Singapore and Brunei. He also co-founded and is currently the board of Directors for the Life -Bridge Learning Center, a school which provides free education to hundreds of Rohinga Muslim students from Myanmar. Stanley previously served in the Penang Office for Human Development, and has been involved in various human development projects for the last 13 years, including advocating issues on social justice, governance and human rights. He had also co-founded the Islander’s Youth Network in Penang in 2006 and served as chairman for 2 terms. Stanley has been with C4 Center since 2016 and strives to champion the good governance agenda at every opportunity available.
Wong Pui Yi
Wong Pui Yi is a researcher focusing on environmental governance, particularly in the import of plastic waste to Malaysia. She did her doctoral studies in political economy at Universiti Malaya, examining the Iban ikat textile cottage industry in Sarawak. Her research interests lie in the intersection of and interrelationships among the state, market and society. She believes in good governance, human rights, social and solidarity economy, and gardening.
Arief is a Legal Researcher for C4 Center. He received his Bachelor of Laws from IIUM. Prior to joining C4, he worked in litigation at a major law firm in Kuala Lumpur. Currently, his research areas include political financing, whistleblower protection, and freedom of information.
Pang Sherilyn has been a reporter for print, online publications and broadcast news. During her stint with an international broadcasting organisation, Pang co-produced TV news for some of Malaysia’s most crucial events including the 1MDB scandal, GE-14, Kim Jong-nam murder, regional terrorism and Rohingya refugees crisis. She also wrote extensively on the SME and property sectors with numerous published works. Pang is also an all-round Malaysian citizen who has been involved in human rights activism from a young age, a significant element which fuels her career in journalism.
Wong Si Peng
Event & Projects Officer
Si Peng has been a professional event manager for over 20 years overseeing corporate events in various industries ranging from IT, pharmaceutical to automobile organizing product launches, international and regional conferences, award ceremonies and sport events such as marathons and fun runs. She is also a qualified scuba diving instructor with the aim of training safe new divers with appreciation towards marine conservation. In her free time, she organises beach clean-ups, volunteers for coral surveys monitoring the health of Malaysia’s coral reefs and shark conservation awareness programmes.
Finance & Administrative Officer
Farhana is the Finance and Administrative Officer who has dedicated several years to supporting programmes, financial management and administrative tasks at C4 Center. She completed three years of studies in Accounting and has worked in the corporate sector for nine years before joining the organisation.
Peh Cher Lyne
Cher is a final-year law student at the University of Bristol and ex-Vice-President of its Bar Society. She published several articles in law journals and was one of four finalists to moot before Lord Hamblen at the UK Supreme Court.
As Student Advisor of her University’s Law Clinic, she represented her client at the Employment Tribunal and was awarded “Best Student” of her year. Following her internship with YB Hannah Yeoh, politics, and thus Public and Constitutional Law, interests her.