Our Team

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Sudhagaran Stanley

Programme Manager

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 Rohingya 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.

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Arief Hamizan

Legal Research Officer

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.

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Pang, Sherilyn

Research Officer

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-13 & GE-14, the murder of North Korean Kim Jong-nam, regional terrorism and Rohingya refugees crisis, among others. She also wrote extensively on the SME and property sectors with numerous published works for print. 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.

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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.

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Farhana Baharin

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.

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Bryan Cheah

Research Officer

Bryan is a law graduate from the University of London external programme, and has had prior experience working for a human rights organisation as well as for a university research centre, focusing on drug policy and prison reform amidst COVID-19. Bryan’s current areas of research in C4 Center cover COVID-19 pandemic and governance issues related to the transparency of public procurement of healthcare services.

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Kavitha Manimaharan

Social Media & Graphics Officer

Kavitha is the Communication Officer at C4 Center. She holds a Master in Social Science from the University of Malaya and has years of experience working in various media outlets locally and abroad. Kavitha’s work experiences include election reporting for NewsTalk Dublin, report writing for WWF Singapore and beauty blogging/vlogging for Beauty Insider Malaysia. She is also a climate change advocate who, in her free time, enjoys spreading her love and passion for the environment with others.

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