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Her vast experience in NGO work includes serving as the National Women’s Coalition president and All Women Action Society (Awam) president.She further served as executive director of the Women’s Development Collective.She is also a founder member of the National Council of Women’s Organisations (NCWO), and was its first secretary general.Currently, she is chairperson of the National Council of Women’s Organisations’ Law and Human Rights Commission, finance chairperson of YWCA-KL and sits on the Methodist Education Foundation board.
She has focused on professional social and community work to promote women’s empowerment in relation to the family, community and national development.
In the 1960s, she fought for equal pay for work of equal value, for giving women Permanency and Pensionable status which entitled them to equal pay, medical, housing and other benefits.
She served NCWO secretary-general for 21 years and was at the forefront of its many programmes, including the formulation of the National Policy on Women and Action Plan.
In recent years, she lent her voice to highlighting gender issues relating to Islam as senior programme manager for Sisters in Islam.
She is executive director of Persatuan Kesedaran Komuniti Selangor (Empower), a non-governmental organisation working with marginalised groups in the community.