Daniel Tan

Founder - Associate Member of the Malaysian Association of Social Workers (MASW)
Daniel is one of the founders of Generasi Gemilang (GG), having over 20 years of experience mentoring and counselling youth and families. He has a special interest in building positive self-worth and values into the lives of youth at risk. He is a sought after speaker in the area of youth development and parenting teenagers. In the recent years, he is also actively involved in working with the youth in East Malaysia.

Nicholas Foong

Director of Services - Associate Member of the Malaysian Association of Social Workers (MASW)
With an MBA in Marketing, Nick has over a decade of marketing experience in industries ranging from fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) to technology and telecommunications. He has been involved with youth development work for 7 years, especially in Cyber Wellness, and engages adults in the area of Digital Parenting. Nick provides leadership oversight for the Youth, Children, Family Services as well as the Communications team.

Melissa Ngiam

Director of Operations
Melissa oversees all key operational functions for Yayasan Generasi Gemilang (GG) in her role as Director of Operations. She is responsible for the finance, administration and human resource within the organisation, and also manages partnership developments in order to grow the organisation’s funding. Melissa is a certified accountant, member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand (previously known as the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Australia) and a certified CSR Manager under the MIM-ARM Certified Professional CSR Manager program.

Huay Phing Cheah

Head of Youth & Education Services - Associate Member of the Malaysian Association of Social Workers (MASW)
Huay Phing leads and oversees the operations and strategic direction of our work with youth through our flagship Cyberwellness and Leadership & Life Skills programs. She comes with a wealth of experience of over 18 years mentoring youth from a wide range of backgrounds including public/private schools across peninsula and East Malaysia, underserved communities, government institutions and not-for-profit organisations.