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About MIRM


Founded in 2015, the Make It Right Movement (MIRM) is a CSR initiative by Brickfields Asia College (BAC) that aims to create a sustained positive impact on society by championing community causes both locally and globally, leveraging all resources of the BAC Education Group. MIRM provides a platform for businesses and organisations to meet their social objectives through active partnerships and strong affiliations, built around efficiently managed community engagement. MIRM collaborates with over 80 social good entities, and is involved in more than 200 charity programmes and CSR-related projects and events annually. We proudly support the initiatives, projects and causes of our students, partners and affiliates, and welcome all suggestions to bring progressive social change.


Raja Singham

Co-founder and Company Director of the BAC Education Group, Raja Singham is an educator, entrepreneur and a founding member of a range of companies specialising in education, corporate training, advertising, publications, event management and IT development.

Raja founded Brickfields Asia College (BAC) in 1991 at the age of 24 which grew to become the largest law school in Malaysia. Named Education Man of the Year by the Brand Laureate for his significant contribution to the education sector, he has implemented various initiatives to improve education and access to education in Malaysia. He also received the National Outstanding Educator Award in 2015 from the Private Education Co-operative of Malaysia. Raja was recently invited to join the ASEAN Business Advisory Council as the Malaysian representative. He was also appointed the Lead Mentor of the ASEAN Mentorship for Entrepreneurs Network (AMEN) in Malaysia under the ASEAN Business Advisory Council. He was named a Circle Expert for TN50 (Transformasi National 2050) on Work and Value Creation which looked at the future of jobs, skills and careers to prepare the Malaysian education system and workforce for the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.

A well-known philanthropist whose personal mission is to transform a million lives through education, Raja now spends most of his time supporting both Malaysian and international causes under the Make It Right Movement (MIRM) umbrella.

Brian Lariche
CEO of Make It Right Movement

Brian has vast experience in community development in Malaysia and internationally. He was Project Adviser for the UNDP Malaysia, and is also a trained facilitator for numerous local and international youth and community engagement programs. He has published, written, translated and adapted numerous books, manuals and brochures on socio-medical issues and governance. He sits on numerous committees globally. Brian’s passion lies in seeing equity in society. He manages the overall direction of MIRM in consultation with the Founder.

Amanda Kong
Community Advocate for PWDs

Amanda was diagnosed with Congenital Glaucoma at birth, which resulted in vision impairment. Unhindered by her predicament, she defied expectations when awarded the Outstanding Cambridge Learners Award for being the Top Law Student in the World in 2013. This tenacious young woman continues to inspire others when she graduated with a Class I LLB (HONS) from the University of Liverpool in 2016.

Amanda’s greatest milestone in her life’s journey is being admitted and enrolled as an Advocate & Solicitor of the High Court of Malaya.

In line with her passion to champion for the cause of PWDs in Malaysia, coupled with her determination to give back to the community, Amanda joined MIRM and is currently developing her experience in CSR-related works, by working closely with the CEO and the MIRM team on various projects in collaboration with MIRM’s partners and affiliates. Not forgetting her cause, Amanda’s portfolio also focuses on projects which champions diversity and inclusion:

  • Redrafting the Persons with Disabilities Act 2008;
  • Glamour Includes – a fashion show promoting adaptive clothing for PWDs;
  • Conducting briefings with the MIRM team at corporate bodies to promote diversity and inclusion of PWDs in the workforce; and
  • Curating the first ever report on the status of PWDs in Malaysia.

Amanda strives to “make it right” towards a more inclusive world.

Rachel Siew
Rare Disease Advocate

A petite law graduate who is also running her own trust fund (Rachel Siew Suet Li Trust Fund) for her lifetime medical needs. Rachel strives to give back to the community by providing assistance to the marginalised especially the Rare Disease community. Besides advocating for the Rare Disease group, Rachel manages Admin, Logistics, MIRM Partners and Specialjobs together with the MIRM Team. A motivational speaker and author, Rachel is here for the community.

Saw Min Khant
Accounts and Project Support Associate

Saw Min Khant, also known as Shaun, is the Accounts and Project Support Associate for the MIRM. He joined the team in 2019 and has become an indispensable part of the team within this short time. Shaun multi-tasks with various projects but focused mostly on content development for training and managing accounts for different projects with MIRM events. He also manages social media for MIRM and is very adept at design. He is quiet but resilient.

Shaqraz Ahmad
Logistic and Project Associate

Shaqraz is our Logistic and project Associate at the MIRM. He focuses on developing training modules, event management and managing the social media for MIRM making him an integral part of the team. He believes in supporting the suppressed and underprivileged communities which is his main focus at MIRM.

Visvamitra Ravindran

Visva, was a Support Associate at MIRM. He worked on most MIRM community projects and provided support to the Malaysian Indian Transformation Unit (MITRA) Integrated project and the UNICEF Internship and Volunteer initiatives. With his departure to the UK to further his studies in the field of social science in September 2020, he will continue to undertake any research and project development work from the UK. Among his interest are in mental and physical health, and social networking, all of which brings a broader perspective to our projects.

Atiqah Alias

Atiqah joined the Team as part of her UNICEF National Internship Program after completing her Bachelor of Psychology (HONS). She strongly believes in the Spanish proverb moyocoyotzin which means she who creates herself. Atiqah is here to help make this world a better place.

Jonathan Yeoh

Jonathan is an intern who joined MIRM as part of the pioneer UNICEF
internship program of 2020. He supports the team in managing accounts and claims besides other logistical support. He also writes articles for

Jonathan lives with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder) and works well with the team in MIRM that is made up of different kinds of PWDs. In his free time, Jonathan loves to read and spend time with animals especially his pet dogs.

Ro Len Awng

Rolen joined MIRM as part of the UNICEF National internship program. He was among the 20 chosen candidate out of 100 applicants. His passion is helping others to make the world a better place.

Rolen is also an out going person and easy to get along. During his free time, he love to play football.


Valerie Chai
Graphic Designer (Lead)

Valerie is the lead graphic designer of MIRM. She works with the other MIRM team members to bring out the best in each print material, online material and videos that they develop.  Valerie is internationally trained and had worked in North America before health issues brought her home.

Suhan Ganapathe
Graphic Designer

Suhan is our in-house Graphic Designer who creates posters, animation and videos for NGOs despite having Retinitis Pigmentosa, a form of visual disability. He is enthusiastic when it comes to developing his own short film and is always ready to help out in all short film related projects.

Subramaniam Loganathan
Graphic Designer

The latest member of the Graphic Team, Subra graduated with a business management degree but has moved on into his first love of graphic design.  Subra  works with MIRM partners to understand their needs before creating the initial artwork. Then, with direct feedback from the client, the design is fine tuned. Subra is known for his soothing designs that are uncluttered.  Subra is living with cerebral palsy and is a man of few words but his ability speaks for itself