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.
MEET THE MIRM TEAM
Raja Singham founded the Make It Right Movement to address a need for consciousness between the intersection of entrepreneurialism and social good in Malaysia. He is a visionary who wants to leverage the resources of more than 25 companies under the BAC Education Group to bring good to Malaysia and Malaysians. Raja strongly believes in transforming lives through education and his focus on innovation and educational excellence has been honoured by numerous distinguished awards, received personally and awarded to BAC over the years. He is actively involved in various Government initiatives to improve the Malaysian education sector and is a Circle Expert for Transformasi Nasional 2050 (TN50) on Work and Value Creation.
Head of Community Development
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 programmes. 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.
Social Media Manager
Popularly known as Jinie, she is a classical dancer passionate about the arts. Having majored in Public Relations and Communications, Jinie ventured into the social media scene and has never looked back. An MIRM front liner, she is always keen to help and give back to the community.
A petite law graduate who is also running her own trust fund (the Rachel Siew Suet Li Trust Fund) for her medical needs. Rachel is MIRM’s Community Advocate and our tower of courage. A motivational speaker and author, Rachel is here for the community.