Press Release: Malliga Subramaniam – Education – Stanford Who’s Who Certified
Malliga Subramaniam Is Welcomed To The Stanford Who’s Who Network SELANGOR, MALAYSIA, December 28, 2012 /Stanford Who’s Who / — A seasoned human resources executive in the accounting industry with almost a decade of diverse professional experience in the field, Malliga Subramaniam  has routinely demonstrated the passion, vision, dedication and diligence necessary to be successful in the business world. As a result of her phenomenal body of work as well as the tremendous amount of success she has experienced throughout her career in the human resources field, Malliga has earned inclusion in the prestigious network of premier professionals with Stanford Who’s Who. Employing her extensive expertise in the field, Malliga currently serves as a Regional Human Resources Business Partner with the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants (CIMA), which is the largest and most successful professional body of management accountants in the world. With over 195,000 members and students in 176 countries, the CIMA has established solid relationships with employers across the globe while constantly conducting research aimed at raising the level of accounting excellence. In her position with the CIMA, Malliga is responsible for providing support to the organization’s regional directors in Malaysia. Although she has gathered a substantial amount of her expertise through her professional experience, she is also a highly educated individual who earned a Master of Business Administration degree from the University of Ballarat. In addition, Malliga is a Certified Performance Coach through the International Coaching Federation and a Master Practitioner of NLP. To visit the Chartered Institute of Management Accountants website click here  To view more information on Malliga Subramaniam click here  Browse the Stanford Who’s Who Business Social Network 
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