Global Leadership Camp

what is GLC?

The Global Leadership Camp (GLC) by MSGA featured a series of team-building sessions, focus groups, and speaker sessions as well as forums discussing on the Leadership Industry; and it would have been impossible without your support!​We would like to thank our strategic partners, sponsoring bodies, event supporters and speakers who have attended this event. We are deeply honoured to receive the opportunity to work with you and hope that we can further this partnership for future undertakings and for the benefits of both parties.

To all participants who came from different parts of the globe, we highly appreciate your involvement throughout the camp and we could never have wished for a better crowd. Thank you for being so engaging and supportive.With a total of 50 student leaders attended the event at KPMG Tower, this two-days event; Global Leadership Camp 2019 was a tremendous success for Malaysian Students’ Global Alliance (MSGA).​We hope to expand this fantastic initiative even further for the next editions of GLC and humbly hope for better collaborations with the existing Member Councils and External Youth Organisations.

KPMG Malaysia, RHB Group, TalentCorp Malaysia, Teach For Malaysia, Sunway University, Vinda Group SEA Careers, Nation Building School, Center for Asia Leadership)​

GLC 2020 will be built around a case challenge with 4 main sessions.

Speaker Session

Skills Development Session

Simulation Session

Public Policy Competition

In partnership with CAL 

speakers for the sessions GLC 2020

Justin Hartley,
MPA Harvard, University,
(Topic: Build e-competence

Justin R Hartley is a leadership expert in empowering talent to fulfill potential. Creator of ‘Model Leadership’, his pioneering leadership framework simultaneously develops exemplary character, elite mental strength and outstanding communication. As a coach, trainer, scholar, author and speaker, Justin’s leadership model for success represents the combined very best content from decades of education, life experiences and professional achievements (for example, Guinness World Record Holder in Memory). Justin works with high caliber individuals and teams around the world in business, sport and politics, and the leaders of tomorrow – our youth. A graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School, Justin attended as a Fulbright Scholar and was named a John F. Kennedy Fellow. He worked at Harvard as Research Scholar at the ‘Shorenstein Center on Media, Politics and Public Policy’; Research Fellow at the ‘Center for Public Leadership’ and Teaching Fellow in several Harvard leadership and communication classes. Justin’s expertise is sought after around the world, including by CEOs, Presidents, Prime Ministers and Olympians.

Daria Istrate
Business Strategist
MBA, Harvard University,
(Topic: Tackling Digital Marketing)

Daria Istrate is a business and commercial strategist, skilled at operating at scale and partnering to bring innovation to market. Based in San Francisco, she has spent the last six years in the health care industry in roles involving strategy, marketing, operational excellence, and data analytics. A graduate of the Harvard Business School, she previously worked as a strategy consultant with the German company Roland Berger, where she advised senior executives on a wide range of projects in healthcare, energy, transportation and consumer goods across Europe. Daria co-founded a private school in her hometown and is an active angel investor.

Samuel Kim
Founding President, CAL
MPA, Harvard University
(Topic : Leadership in the Digital Era)

Samuel Hungsoo Kim, a Korean national, is the Founding President of the Center for Asia Leadership. He is passionate about nurturing and empowering talent in Asia and runs over 70 programs annually, in 31 Asian countries, to help the region’s emerging leaders explore ways of being socially responsible. To date, some 42,000 burgeoning and established leaders from the governmental, political, non-profit, and corporate spheres in Asia have benefited from his programs. Prior to establishing CAL, Samuel worked in a wide range of sectors and has worked for and with over 30 renowned organizations, including the United Nations, UNESCO, Samsung, and Toyota. He also has served as a visiting fellow at the Asia Center at Harvard University and the Kellogg School of Management in Northwestern University. Samuel holds a MPA from Harvard University. He is the editor of twelve books and regularly writes opinion pieces and editorials.