Chak Tze Chin

Chak Tze Chin  holds a Bachelor’s Degree of Wood Science and Technology and a Diploma in Forestry , Universiti Putra Malaysia (UPM). Tze Chin has sound knowledge of climate change issues, principally mitigation measures, Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) and carbon mapping, able to demonstrate knowledge in carbon related sectors, renewable energy, energy efficiency and forestry. She has over five years of experience in developing emission reduction projects. Tze Chin joined TI-M in August 2013 as the Senior Project Officer of the Forest Governance Integrity (FGI) Project, promoting good governance and effective management of the nation’s forest resources. Currently, Tze Chin is the Manager of TI-M since January 2016.

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Senior Executive 

R.J. Bavani

Upon the completion of her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology, Bavani Jayadevan. R worked with the Investigation Services Unit at Citigroup Transaction Services Malaysia. She continued with a Masters Degree in Economic Crime Management in HELP University. Bavani has an interest in the field of white-collar crime, particularly in the area of public sector corruption. She joined TI-M in 2015. The focal point of Bavani’s job scope is to further develop and coordinate anti-corruption programmes, projects and activities.


Accounts cum Admin Executive

Maria Christina Stephenson

Christina graduated with a Master in Science in Seed Technology from Massey University, New Zealand. Upon her graduation she has worked in many prestigious organizations like ASEAN Plant Quarantine and Research Centre, International Plant Genetic Resources Institute (IPGRI-APO), Universiti Putra Malaysia, SIRIM Bhd and International Tropical Fruits Network as project officer. She has mainly worked on projects that would reduce and eradicate poverty and enhance household income through many simple ways. Later on, she helped to develop strategic plan for her organization in line with the UN SDG Goals which was then adopted. In 2014 she worked at TI-Malaysia in the Forest Governance Project funded by Norway. That was the period she had developed an interest to work on anti-corruption programmes. On 19th September 2017, she has re-joined TI-Malaysia as Accounts cum Admin Executive.