Management 2024

Our corporate color is purple and the butterfly logo is a symbol of our efforts. Why the butterfly was chosen as YU’s logo, The butterfly is an insect and the six qualities of insects fit well with YU’s aspiration. The six qualities are:

    1. The butterfly can spread because it can fly. This represents leveraging on all of one’s (YU’) resources to grow as optimally as possible.
    2. It is very adaptable to environmental and climatic conditions. This represent the importance of being able to spot changes in the external environment and adapt accordingly.
    3. Its external skeleton provides protection. This represent YU’s governance system.
    4. Its small size keeps their demands meager and accessible. This signifies sensibility in being lean and sustainable in undertaking YU’s tasks and projects to achieve its stated objectives and provide optimum impact.
    5. It can delay fertilization until conditions are beneficial to ensure species survival. This underscores the importance for YU to be strategic in moving forward in all areas by ensuring risks are identified and managed.
    6. It undergoes multiple changes (metamorphosis) to facilitate and carry on with life. This signifies that in pursuing sustainability, YU needs to constantly adapt to changes and transform.

The colours of butterflies & their meanings;

    1. Purple Butterflysignifies healing, wealth, success, awakening and renewal.
    2. Blue Butterflysignifies devotion, honesty, and trust
    3. Orange Butterflysignifies encouragement, excitement, and passion

Cultural and spiritual meanings of the butterfly which YU identifies with;
| Hope | Love | Passion | Positivity | Renewal | Trust |

YU Staff 2023 – 2025

DR MORNI HAYATI JAAFAR SIDIK

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
(1st August 2023 – 31st July 2025)

DR. NOR RAIHANA MOHAMED ZAM

PROGRAMME DEVELOPMENT & GREEN CONSULTANT
(1 March 2022 – 31 March 2025)

NURHAZIQAH NADHIRAH BINTI ABDUL MALEK

ADMINISTRATION & FINANCE
(1 March 2022 – 6 June 2024)

SHAHAB

CREATIVE & BRANDING
MANAGEMENT UNIT
(1 January 2020 – 31 December 2025)