Promoting equality and diversity in the Malaysian rail industry for a better tomorrow
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Photo by: Iqxbal Shafiq Bin Dzulkifeli, YTL Construction

Women in Rail Malaysia Conference 2023

Aspiring The Women
Of Tomorrow

Women in Rail Malaysia is an independent not-for-profit organisation, established to promote equality and diversity in the Malaysian rail industry.

Via its various initiatives, Women in Rail Malaysia provides networking opportunities to its members and it also promotes existing or creates new opportunities for women to gain access to rail industry’s relevant education and employment.
photo: MRT Corp Malaysia

Women in Rail Malaysia has Three Strategic Objectives

Ensuring a quality talent pool to come through and strengthen the rail industry
career progression
​Supporting the career progression of women in the rail industry
​​Advocating increased representation of women in leadership positions
Women in Rail Malaysia promotes positive attitudes, customs and practice towards gender balance and inclusion in the employment and participation of women in the rail industry in Malaysia and is committed to encouraging stakeholders to adopt diversity as a business strategy.

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Membership is open to:

  • Anyone working in the rail industry or is professionally connected / affiliated with the rail industry.
  • Any individual who is considering a career change and pursuing a future career in the rail space.
  • Any students (at college or university) considering a future career in the rail industry.

Who we are?

We are an online platform for everyone in rail, all over the world, to come together and network, to learn from one another and to better understand international best practices from rail experts and industry professionals in an online, interconnected way taht has never been done before.


  • Freelifetime mambership.
  • Exclusive invitation to join and participate in all Women in events organised globally.


Click here to download the Women in Rail’s newsletter for the year 2019.
Please scroll to page 30 for Malaysia’s update.

Our Committee Members