With over 20 years of experience in education, 2 international schools (Sri Emas International School and Dwi Emas International School, the first entrepreneurial school in Malaysia), multiple learning centers, and a Chemistry role-playing game franchise under her belt — Anne Tham, Managing Director and Founder of the ACE EdVenture group — and her team are on a mission to reinvent education.
Frustrated with outdated teaching methods, she started ACE EdVenture (ACE) — a network of schools that bring a fresh approach to Malaysian education by fostering a dynamic and interactive environment.
With 1,700 students across 3 schools, ACE is home to Malaysia’s first ever entrepreneurial school, which teaches students from the age of 7 how to run profitable, sustainable businesses.
Through her work, Anne has earned several awards including:
ASEAN Business Award 2015 – SME Category for Innovation
Top 3 Nominee for the EY Entrepreneur of the Year (Women Category) 2015
Her World Woman of the Year 2016
Anne sat down with Leaderonomics and shared her professional insights, and thoughts on education, business and learning.
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We need to rethink how we approach education
Collaboration is a powerful process
Create teams that are diverse in skills, strengths and weaknesses
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