Mokhtar Benhadria, International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), The Global University of Islamic Finance
Mokhtar is currently the Director of the Quality Management Department at the International Centre for Education in Islamic Finance (INCEIF), Malaysia. Educated in the UK and having worked internationally for over fifteen years, Mokhtar’s expertise and professional experience span areas such as organizational excellence, strategic planning, business process improvement, quality assurance and institutional accreditation. In his professional career, Mokhtar has provided leadership in a large number of situations requiring managerial interventions for improving organizational performance. In recent years, he has focused particularly on developing quality-related policies and frameworks for improving the effectiveness of educational institutions. He has the experience of developing evaluation tools and manuals needed for quality assurance and accreditation. Mokhtar has designed and conducted large number of training programs and consultancy projects for a cross section of institutions of higher education in Malaysia, UAE, Oman, Lebanon and Saudi Arabia. In his role as the Director of the Quality Management Department, Mokhtar has been one the main contributors to INCEIF’s achievement of the AACSB international accreditation November 2018. Mokhtar is a qualified Excellence Assessor with a Diploma awarded by the European Foundation for Quality Management (EFQM). He is also a Certified Process Professional (CPP) Master awarded by BPGroup.
Justin Xavier, Monash University Malaysia, School of Business
Dr. Justin Xavier is the Senior School Manager in the School of Business at Monash University Malaysia. His primary area of responsibility is to oversee the administrative activities and professional staff in the School. He has been widely involved in accreditation activities within the School and leads professional staff in several portfolios in maintaining the accreditation. Dr. Xavier has over 18 years of experience in the Malaysian education landscape, and has worked in various capacities with universities in Malaysia, Australia, Europe and the US. He has worked with several working committees in the Malaysian Qualifications Agency (MQA) and served as the Deputy General Secretary in the National Association of Private Educational Institutions. He received his doctorate degree from University of Newcastle, Australia and currently he is a member of the Association for Tertiary Education Management (ATEM), Australia and Malaysian Institute of Management.