Dr Hannah Masturah Nazri


Having joined as the 2011 Director of Projek Kalsom motivational camp, Hannah Nazri led its development from an informal student project into a registered organisation endorsed by the Malaysian Ministry of Youth & Sports, thus ensuring the organisation’s sustainability.

In 2013, as the inaugural President of The Kalsom Movement and the Bristol Student Commonwealth Society, Hannah introduced the Commonwealth Cultural Programme, a three-week community tourism programme in Malaysia for British university students as a collaborative effort with the Bristol Student Commonwealth Society. As a Trustee since 2014, she sets the strategic direction of the charity; mainly in external liaisons and in administrative roles involving reviewing annual reports and making decisions on distribution of funds, as well as advising the executive committee. For her excellent work, she was awarded the Associate Fellowship of the Royal Commonwealth Society.

Outside her Trustee role, Hannah is a medical doctor based in Oxford.

2015–2016 MSc Clinical Embryology at University of Oxford
2007–2013 MB ChB Medicine & Surgery at University of Bristol
2009–2010 BSc (Hons) Medical Physics & Bioengineering at University College London

Mr. Mohd Zulikhwan Ayub


Mohd Zulikhwan Ayub joined Projek Kalsom motivational camp in 2012 as a facilitator and was later promoted as the first Module Manager of Commonwealth Cultural Programme in 2013.

As President of Kelab Belia Kalsom from 2013-2015, Kelab Belia Kalsom underwent a major transformation phase with an expansion plan of partnerships in place, an introduction of a one-year Kalsom Harapan plan, a set-up of a trust fund, as well as a re-branding exercise where the youth-led charity became widely known as The Kalsom Movement while raising nearly half a million Malaysian Ringgit (equivalent to GBP 200,000) for the movement.

During his tenure, The Kalsom Movement received endorsements from Education Malaysia in UK and Ireland (the main body responsible for Malaysian students in the UK as an extension of the High Commission of Malaysia in London) and was the only student-led and voluntary entity under Bursa Bull Charge (Kuala Lumpur Stock Exchange) scheme for two years in a row. The Kalsom Movement was also nominated for the prestigious Merdeka Award in 2015. Meanwhile, Projek Kalsom was recognised by The Malaysia Book of Records as the longest student-led motivational programme.

In 2015, Zulikhwan left the movement to set up his own boutique consulting firm focusing on impact-driven projects but came back a year later to serve as one of the Trustees for the movement. Zulikhwan’s success can be read in various national media outlets. His article on “Making a Difference” can be read here.