Wan Nadiah Wan Mohd Abdullah Yaakob
An early fascination for science and biology saw a young Wan Nadiah sketching skeletons in her bedroom, not realising she would one day be a reckoning force in the health industry. The power woman doesn’t candy-coat the truth about our nation’s stigma towards mental health issues, and often calls for a need to improve resources. Each day throws different challenges in Wan Nadiah’s line of work, but her work impacts lives.
The Gen.T 2018 List
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