Hazwany Jamaluddin is a multidisciplinary researcher, salesperson, digital creator, and statistician based in Southeast Asia. For more than two years, she has invested her time working on various applied research and data strategies with private companies, non-profits, and public institutions. Particularly focusing on data and internet governance, and capacity building through workshops. Currently, she is a sales executive with Thomson Reuters. She also co-founded a media literacy community initiative called Malaysia Information Literacy Education, she was part of the team in developing the online game known as Choices I Make. She was a volunteer writer for Open and Shut for Small Media and a member of Open Heroines. Prior to Thomson Reuters, she was a project assistant with a regional non-profit called Southeast Asian Press Alliance and she was also a research associate of a training company called Dataviz My. She was a project consultant for Sinar Project, a facilitator for Youth For Rights Asia, and a fellow of Asia Pacific Internet Governance Academy 2017. While working with Sinar Project, she has served her time as the Global Open Data Index Regional Community Coordinator with Open Knowledge International in 2015 and 2016. Currently, she holds a Bachelor in Science (HONS) Mathematics with Statistics from the University of Selangor.
Her work portfolio can be seen here: https://nanyjharon.net/.