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At Summit, we are pioneering new ways of teaching and learning, by connecting speakers who love to teach, and people who want to build a better life.

The mission of Summit is to bring education to life—knowledge that will best serve people in the rapidly evolving world. We are creating an equal world where anyone, anywhere, can learn practical skills, get inspired, and transform their lives in meaningful ways.

John Chong, Founder

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Terence Yao, Co-founder & CEO

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Simon Leung, Co-founder & Partner

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Ching Yu Tan, CMO

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Geroge Nagatsuka, COO

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Geroge Nagatsuka, COO

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Dylan Siauw, CBDO

John is the reason we call ourselves Summit. The Sarawakian founder’s rise to entrepreneurship, by no means, was anything but uninspiring. Unimpressed by college education, he dropped out of high school, twice at fifteen years old to earn his own money but professed that he wasn’t a good student who often find himself on the wrong side of the law. As a result, John eventually went into juvie lockup but that proved to be the turning point. Even though John did not take the academic route, he remained steadfast on improving himself through personal development courses but was left disappointed by the lacklustre information and practicality. Subsequently, he set out to build a better learning culture, and Summit was born in 2013. It soon took off and began expanding out of Malaysia. In 2015, John became the youngest recipient to receive the ASEAN Outstanding Business Award for being instrumental in pushing the boundaries of education.

Karen Allen

Director, USA

Robert Bowman

Director, USA

Tyra Hoytt

Director, USA

Sandy Brown

Director, USA

Annie Wong

Director, Canada & Hong Kong

Michael Kaczerginski

Director, France

TakTak Corvera

Director, Philippines

Lynie Tampos

Director, Philippines

Michelle Gabriel

Director, Australia

Sam Wen Yaw

Director, Malaysia

Ming Ru

Director, Malaysia

Seh Aun Leong

Director, Malaysia

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