Group inspiring women to accept leadership mantle

Woman power: (From left) Mehwish Ayyub from Lean In Pakistan, Wenny, Rena Suzuki from Lean In Tokyo, Abir, Chen, Virginia Tan from Lean in China and Sadaffe Abid from Kashf Foundation Pakistan posing for a group photograph during the Lean In summit in Kuala Lumpur.

KUALA LUMPUR: With only RM500 each in pocket, Abir Abdul Rahim and Sarah Chen were inspired to start Lean In Malaysia, a group of women that support the pursuit of each other’s ambitions.

That was last year, and now the group has evolved into a platform to inspire women to become leaders.

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