Muhammad Adib bin Mohd Faiz
Adib Faiz graduated with a double major in English and History, with a first class in History from the University of Adelaide. Upon returning to Malaysia, he worked as the head of the History department at an international school, and later worked at Universiti Malaya. He is currently working at Kini Academy, with his focus being the development of the Citizenship Studies curriculum. Amongst other things, his work includes conceptualising, writing and directing the course videos. He also created the course structure, and supervises the creation of course materials.
Adib is a certified official tour guide for Muzium Negara, and a part of Museum Volunteers Malaysia. He is also a member of Peace Meal, an group that organises intellectual and cultural events. Prior to the MCO, Adib organised, promoted and emceed Peace Meal’s monthly Film Club sessions in Taman Tun Dr Ismail. He is also a published author, with his work being featured in the journal Sacred Web, and the online news portal Malaysiakini. Adib is a proud product of Malaysian government schools, which he regards as important national institutions. He believes that citizenship, a knowledge of local history and a multicultural environment are essential for a healthy and happy Malaysia.