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Sunway Asia Leadership Youth Camp


Anushka Goush

Anushka holds a Masters in Education from the Harvard Graduate School of Education. As the Program Lead at the Simple Education Foundation in India, she designed and implemented the training program for 97,800 K-8 government school teachers in the provinces of Jammu and Kashmir.

As a Consultant and Researcher, she has served for USAID in South Africa to reverse the effect of Apartheid regime policies; created a curriculum on cognitive neuroscience and social emotional development for K-5 students, under the mentorship of Harvard University Professor Tina Grotzer; and created an interdisciplinary body across the Harvard community that ensures collaboration between all Harvard schools and centers on human rights, under the mentorship of Harvard University Professor Marshall Ganz. Anushka is originally from India.


Evan Froggo

Evan Foggo is a trainer and international relations professional, specializing in the practice of negotiation. A Navy veteran and graduate of the United States Military Academy at West Point, he is a current graduate student at the Tufts Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy. Evan served as a Battalion S1 for the U.S. Navy, entrusted with the readiness and task completion of over 500 cadets in four different companies.

During NATO combat operations in 2011, Evan was responsible for executing communication assignments in Libya for the Joint Force Command Headquarters in Naples, Italy. After his military career, Evan served as a Middle School Social Studies and History Teacher, in Norfolk, Academy, a rigorous independent chartered school in Norfolk, Virginia. He is an avid coach who has mentored over 100 athletes in football, wrestling, and golf.


Faustino John Lim

Faustino John Lim is the Co-founder and Director of International Affairs of the Center for Asia Leadership. A former fellow of the Harvard University Asia Center, he has worked in diverse organizations including the Embassy of Canada in Korea, the International Crisis Group, and in sectors such as English education and social entrepreneurship. In his work at the Center for Asia Leadership, his team developed a Harvard student project into a full-fledged leadership training and research organization that has benefited over 16,000 individuals in 22 countries through over 60 conferences and leadership programs.

He also developed the Center’s research and publication arm, advising the interviewing agenda of over 100 minister or director-level individuals from the public and private sector, resulting in five published books. He has also established the Asia Leadership Institute, developing a network of value-driven companies and NPOs, resulting in annual programs in six countries. His current work engages him in researching and applying various leadership, education, and entrepreneurial models and frameworks within Asian contexts.


Matthew Turner

Matthew Turner is a professional trainer and community organizer with over ten years of international experience in community building and education. As a local university faculty member under the auspices of the United States Peace Corps in the Ukraine, he chaired programs and meetings among 10 community groups to promote civil society, he led the leadership programming for secondary school students, and led USAID-funded health and wellness camps for over 200 middle school students.

While in Kazakhstan also under the U.S. Peace Corps, he supported strategic planning efforts while directing camps for local youth. In the United States and Chinese Taiwan, he designed and directed various language programs for business professionals and students, as well as training programs for teachers. While at Harvard University, he trained under Professor of Education Leadership Monica Higgins. Matthew holds an M.A. in International Education Policy from Harvard University.


Samuel Hungsoo Kim

Samuel Hungsoo Kim, a Korean national, is the Co-founder and President of the Center for Asia Leadership Initiatives (CALI). He is passionate about nurturing and empowering talent in Asia and runs over 42 programs annually, in more than 27 Asian countries, to help the region’s emerging leaders explore ways of being socially responsible as they face today’s complex challenges. His research and training focus on building social capital and trustworthy institutions; the effective use of power, authority, and influence; and negotiations, mediation, and confidence-building. To date, some 36,000 burgeoning and established leaders from the governmental, political, non-profit, and corporate spheres in Asia have benefited from his programs.

Prior to establishing CALI, Samuel worked in a wide range of sectors, from strategy consulting and social entrepreneurship to international development, politics, and government. He has worked for and with over 30 renowned organizations, including the United Nations, UNESCO, Samsung, and Toyota. He currently sits on the boards of three social-profit organizations and 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 Master’s in Public Administration from the Harvard Kennedy School of Government; a Master’s in International Cooperation from Seoul National University; and an LLB in Law, International Politics, and Economics from Handong University. He is the editor of nine books and regularly writes opinion pieces and editorials.


Step 1: 
Please ensure that you have filled in your full and accurate particulars in the APPLICATION FORM HERE

Step 2: 
Please make full payment as per the instructions, and email proof of payment to

Step 3: 
Please also fill in the Health Record Form HERE and email it to 

Step 4: 
For participants under the age of 18, please complete the Letter of Consent HERE and email it to

Incomplete applications will not be considered for selection until all materials have been submitted. 

Step 5:
Wait for the Selection Committee to revert on their selection decision. This process will take 1-2 weeks, at most.
​You will be notified by the ALY Camp 2018 Selection Committee once your application has been approved.

Note: Depending on the method of payment, we will need some time to verify that the payment has been credited into our account. Once the money has been confirmed received, we will issue a receipt for the payment. 

Please ensure that you have filled in your full and accurate particulars.


Application Fee:

Normal Rate : RM 4,800 per pax
Group Rate (minimum group of 3) : RM 3,850 per pax
Sunway Education Group Rate (SEG students) : RM 3,850 per pax



Payment Method

Payment of the Application Fee can be made through either one of the following method:

  • By Cash or Cheque over the Financial Services Cashier Counter.
    • Opening hour: Monday - Friday 8.30pm - 5.00pm
    • Please issue the cheque to Sunway Education Group Sdn Bhd
      • Please include on the reverse side of the cheque:
        • Student’s name
        • IC number
        • Telephone number
        • Indicate payment for ALY Camp 2018
  • By telegraphic transfer (TT) or direct bank in to: “SUNWAY EDUCATION GROUP SDN BHD”
    • Bank  details for TT or direct bank in:
      Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)
      30-32, Jalan PJS11/28A, Bandar
      Sunway, 46150 Petaling Jaya,
      Selangor, Malaysia.
      • Account No  : 012 316 401 449
        Swift Code : MBBEMYKL
        Beneficiary ID  : 146440K
    • Please email the TT/Bank in slip as verification to and indicate payment for ALY Camp 2018
  • By Maybank Automated Teller Machine (ATM) / Cash Deposit Machine
      Bank Name     : Malayan Banking Berhad (Maybank)
      Account No.    : 012 316 401 449
    • Please email the transaction slip as verification to and indicate payment for ALY Camp 2018