Surina Shukri

Surina Shukri

CEO Malaysia Digital Economy Corporation (MDEC)

Surina brings two decades of experience working across a diverse range of companies including global multinationals, middle market companies and early stage startups across the financial services, natural resources and technology sectors. She spent the bulk of her professional career in the United States, including 17 years at JPMorgan Chase & Co. as Head of Strategy, Innovation & Business Management for Middle Market Banking and Chief of Staff to the CEO and Executive Director in Natural Resources Investment Banking. She left JPMorgan Chase in 2018 to start SheNovation Ventures, where she advised fintech and blockchain startups on growth strategy and capital raising and consulted business leaders on culture change and transformation.

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Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 09:00 To 09:40

06/23/2020 09:00 06/23/2020 09:40 Asia 4.0-The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. By 2030 it is forecast that 85% of jobs that will exist do not at the minute. Within Asia-Pacific education systems the importance of digital skills is vital but there exists still   major gaps in the skills and understanding of the these new trends and how to respond.  Economies who do not take into consideration the significance of these new changes may hamper social, economic and technological development. As current processes are becoming more redundant and disengaging, what are countries in the region doing in order to ensure their students are prepared for this new digital age?  
 
Leadership Summit

Leadership Summit

"Asia 4.0-The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. "

Surina Shukri

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 09:00 To 09:45

06/23/2020 09:00 06/23/2020 09:45 Panel: Asia 4.0 The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. By 2030 it is forecast that the job market will have changed beyond recognition. Within Asia-Pacific education systems the importance of digital skills cannot be under-estimated however major gaps still exist. Economies who do not take into consideration the significance of these new changes may impede social, economic and technological development. As current teaching methodologies become less valuable, what are countries in the region doing in order to ensure their students are prepared for this new digital age?  
 
Leadership Summit

Leadership Summit

"Panel: Asia 4.0 The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. "

Dr Habibah Binti Abdul Rahim Dr Khunying Kalaya Sophonpanich Surina Shukri

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 08:55 To 09:00

06/23/2020 08:55 06/23/2020 09:00 Opening Remarks Leadership Summit

Leadership Summit

"Opening Remarks"

Surina Shukri

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 08:55 To 09:00

06/23/2020 08:55 06/23/2020 09:00 Opening Remarks Leadership Summit

Leadership Summit

"Opening Remarks"

Surina Shukri
Time and date

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 09:00 To 09:40

06/23/2020 09:00 06/23/2020 09:40 Asia 4.0-The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. By 2030 it is forecast that 85% of jobs that will exist do not at the minute. Within Asia-Pacific education systems the importance of digital skills is vital but there exists still   major gaps in the skills and understanding of the these new trends and how to respond.  Economies who do not take into consideration the significance of these new changes may hamper social, economic and technological development. As current processes are becoming more redundant and disengaging, what are countries in the region doing in order to ensure their students are prepared for this new digital age?  
 
Leadership Summit
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Leadership Summit

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Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 09:00 To 09:45

06/23/2020 09:00 06/23/2020 09:45 Panel: Asia 4.0 The sweeping digital age and how we can ensure our learners are ready for the jobs that do not yet exist. By 2030 it is forecast that the job market will have changed beyond recognition. Within Asia-Pacific education systems the importance of digital skills cannot be under-estimated however major gaps still exist. Economies who do not take into consideration the significance of these new changes may impede social, economic and technological development. As current teaching methodologies become less valuable, what are countries in the region doing in order to ensure their students are prepared for this new digital age?  
 
Leadership Summit
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Leadership Summit

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Time and date

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 08:55 To 09:00

06/23/2020 08:55 06/23/2020 09:00 Opening Remarks Leadership Summit
Venue

Leadership Summit

Topic
Speakers

Time and date

Tuesday 23/06/2020

From 08:55 To 09:00

06/23/2020 08:55 06/23/2020 09:00 Opening Remarks Leadership Summit
Venue

Leadership Summit

Topic
Speakers