Pengurusan Tertinggi

Tadbir urus PADU diketuai oleh individu yang berkebolehan, masing-masing mempunyai keupayaan untuk mentadbir PADU untuk menyampaikan objektifnya dengan cara yang paling cekap

Radzifuddin Nordin
Executive DirectorProgramme Management
Dr. Noorliza Haji Zakuan
Executive DirectorSystem Structure
Dr. Ruhaya Hassan
Executive DirectorTeachers and School Leaders
Azzatullina Pawanchik
Executive DirectorChange Management & Communications
Ahmad Izzat Ahmad Zaki
Chief Financial Officer
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Radzifuddin Nordin

Executive Director
Programme Management

Radzifuddin Nordin leads Programme Management in PADU, which covers Initiative Management, Data Management, Business Process Improvement, and Corporate Planning and Strategy, in support of the Education Transformation as stated in the Malaysian Education Blueprint (MEB) 2013-2025.

Prior to joining PADU, he was the Director of Communications, Media and Technology at multi-national company Accenture, specialising in System Integration, Consultancy and Outsourcing. His role in Accenture involved managing large scale IT transformation projects for major telecommunication companies, which required various skillsets such as project management, requirements analysis, data migration, and release management.

He had also worked for SchlumbergerSema Asia Pacific (formerly known as LHS Asia Pacific), where he managed projects pertaining to data migration and green-field system implementation in countries such as Indonesia, India and Brazil. He had also led Production Support Teams in Malaysia.

He graduated from Case Western Reserve University, Ohio, USA, with a double degree of Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering and Bachelor of Arts in Economics. He also holds a comprehensive knowledge of delivery methodologies, programming languages, operating platforms, software applications and architecture.

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Dr. Noorliza Haji Zakuan

Executive Director
System Structure

Dr. Noorliza Haji Zakuan was appointed as the Executive Director of PADU in April 2013 and is responsible for managing and facilitating the delivery of the Malaysia Education Blueprint initiatives in the area of System Structure.

She has served the government for 29 years, and was previously the Head of Delivery Management Office for Education NKRA and NKEA from 2010 to Jun 2013. She led the development and monitoring initiatives under the Government Transformation Programme (GTP) and Economic Transformation Programme (ETP). Prior to that, she was the Key Performance Indicator (KPI) Officer to the Minister of Education, Assistant Director in Education Planning and Research Division of Ministry of Education, and a former teacher.

She graduated with a PhD in Educational Policy from University Malaya and earned a Masters in Educational Studies from University of Warwick, United Kingdom. She also received a Post Graduate Certification in Educational Research from Tsu University, Japan and a bachelor of Science (BSc) of Education from USM, Malaysia. Due to her vast experience in planning and policy development, she was appointed as a Consultant to the Ministry of Education in Oman to develop the country’s Education Blueprint for Elementary Education in 2008.

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Dr. Ruhaya Hassan

Executive Director
Teachers and School Leaders

Dr. Ruhaya Hassan is the current Executive Director of the Teachers and School Leaders Sector for the Malaysian Education Blueprint 2013-2025 under PADU.

She has served the Ministry of Education for 27 years where she began her career as a teacher and later moved to the Textbook Division. She then joined the National Institute of Education Management, Ministry of Education or is better known as Institut Aminuddin Baki (IAB), Genting Highlands. During her service in IAB, she led a ministerial taskforce for Teach for Malaysia programme which spearheads the smart partnership in the Public-Private Partnership programme in IAB.

In November 2014, she was appointed the Deputy Director of Fully Residential and School Excellence Management Division, in charge of planning, monitoring, and overseeing the existing and future directions of excellent schools in the ministry.

She received her first degree in Teaching English as a Second Language in 1990 and went on to obtain a Masters degree in Instructional Technology at the University of Birmingham, United Kingdom in 1997. In 2002, she continued her PhD in Instructional Technology. Her areas of interest and expertise include Research Methodology, Education Management and Leadership, Action Research and Instructional Technology.

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Azzatullina Pawanchik

Executive Director
Change Management & Communications

Azza Pawanchik graduated from University of New South Wales, Sydney where she double majored in Sociology – Media Studies and Political Science in 1994. She began her career in Hong Leong Finance where she was attached with the Human Resources department entrusted with handling its employee relations unit. She then joined EON Bank where her core duties were in corporate communications and from there on her love for corporate communications grew. Azza spent the last 20 over years working in the communications line spanning several industries from the financial services sector to property development.

Prior to joining PADU, Azza held the post of General Manager, Corporate Communications in Indah Water Konsortium where she handled the complete spectrum of communications functions which included branding, public and stakeholder relations, advertising and promotion, event management, media relations and crisis management.

A member of the Institute of Public Relations Malaysia and published author of several books, Azza also volunteers her time in helping small start-ups with their branding and communication planning.

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Ahmad Izzat Ahmad Zaki

Chief Financial Officer

Ahmad Izzat Ahmad Zaki was appointed CFO of PADU in December 2015 and leads Finance & Procurement division.

Prior to his role in PADU, he spent six years on secondment to Ministry of Finance (MOF) as Financial Advisor, specialising in corporate diagnostic review, due diligence and portfolio management.

He also worked for Malaysia Airports Group which includes Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad (MAHB), the holding company, Malaysia Airports Consultancy Services (MACS), the consulting arm of the Group and Malaysia Airports Sdn Bhd (MASB), an entity that manages, operates and maintains all airports under the Group apart from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA).

He is a fellow of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA), a member of the Chartered Institute of Public Finance and Accountancy (CIPFA) as well as the Malaysian Institute of Accountants (MIA)