Guest Speakers 2015 - Mallory Loone Li Mei @ Mallory Loone
- Youth Engagement & Talent Development Trainer
- Director of Thriving Talents Sdn. Bhd. (Pte. Ltd.)
- Certified Motivational Coach (CMC), Singapore
- Certified Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) Practitioner American Board of NLP (ABNLP)
- Fellow, President Obama’s Young Southeast Asian Leaders Initiatives
- Graduate, McKinsey & Company’s Young Leaders Academy
- National Candidate, Proctor & Gamble (P&G) ASEAN Business Challenge
- National Candidate, Deloitte Tax Challenge
- Advisory Board Member & Consultant to Companies & Governments
- Potential Matrix™ for Kids, Women & Youths Programme Designer Woman Entrepreneur & Investor
Mallory Loone traces her early childhood years, coaching and educating children during her free time, with her mission to develop them into high achieving people who would lead meaningful lives. She is now the lead trainer for Thriving Talents’ programmes for Kids, Youths & Women, with her specialties of creating interactive learning environments through game simulations and through effective small group coaching sessions.
graduate from the finance and accounting background, Mallory is the Operations Leader of the ‘PotentialMatrix.com’ project, a campaign which showcases a ‘Personal Development Model’ that can be used by companies and individuals to develop their leadership and skills to succeed! The PotentialMatrix.com highlights the achievements and studies the ‘Strategies and Trade Secrets’ used by world renowned figures featured in FORBES, CNN, the Guinness World Records, TED.com and FORTUNE to achieve success in their Careers and Lives. Through this project, Mallory and her team aims to inspire 3 million people globally to realize their potentials for success!
She is currently a member in the youth advisory board of the Global Movement of Moderates (GMM), a global organisation established by the Prime Minister of Malaysia to support the moderation in thinking and policies across the region. She was also selected and recognized as an emerging ‘South East Asian Leader’ to attend a rare Townhall Meeting with the President of the United States, President Barack Obama during his visit to Malaysia.
She was also previously involved with leadership programmes organised by Proctor & Gamble, Deloitte, and the prestigious Young Leaders Academy, hosted by world renowned consulting firm, McKinsey & Company in Malaysia.
Mallory also dedicates her time being a part of the organising team for TEDxKL and TEDxYouth@KL in the Public Relations and Speakers’ Management divisions. Mallory had organised the largest TEDx event in South East Asia in 2013, amassing a strong crowd of 2,000 audience and the largest TEDxYouth event in Asia for 2013 with an attendance of 900 people. TEDxKL 2013 is the largest TEDx event to date in Malaysia and was sponsored by Standard Chartered.
Fresh from graduation, Mallory Loone became the youngest Project Director for the Junior World Entrepreneurship Forum (JWEF) in Malaysia, a sister organisation to the prestigious World Entrepreneurship Forum (WEF) based in Lyon, France with networks of entrepreneurs and investors across 80 countries globally. She oversaw the strategic implementation of activities and campaigns both online and offline with the organisation’s core mission to Inspire, Connect and Globalize the Entrepreneurial Potentials of Malaysian Youths. Leading the national chapter in Malaysia, Mallory responded to the co-sponsors of the JWEF initiative here, namely Cradle Fund Sdn. Bhd. (A government agency under the Ministry of Finance, Malaysia) and INTI International University & Colleges (Owned by the world’s largest privately owned group of higher learning institutions, the Laureate Group in the USA).
During her leadership, she and her team grown JWEF Malaysia to a strong organisation with over 1,200 members both online and offline. During the World Entrepreneurship Forum (WEF)’s annual meeting in Singapore in November 2013, JWEF Malaysia was recognized as one of the ‘Most Promising and Fastest Growing’ chapters globally, barely 3 months during Mallory’s leadership of the organisation.