• Co-Founder LTT Global Communications
• Co-Founder MyMobileUniversity
• Co-Founder of Asia Pacific Mobile Learning & Advisory Panel
• Co-Founder of Mobile Industry Group

Rani Wemel a law lecturer resigned in 2000 to spend more time with her children. She formed LTT Global Communications from her dining table with a vision to make learning accessible and affordable for all. Together with her husband and business partner Wemel Cumavoo they are global pioneers in mobile learning and have been instrumental in the development and implementation of numerous projects to promote mobile learning. She is the co-founder of 2 NGOs' the Mobile Industry Group and the Asia Pacific Mobile Learning & Edutainment Advisory Panel. She launched MyMobileUniversity a global initiative to impact lives through education in 2013 and it has got good traction both locally and globally as a holistic learning platform for FREE quality education. She also did an impact project for the Ministry of Finance under their Blue Ocean Strategy similar to MyMobileUniversity called ILMU (instilling learning for Malaysian Unity). LTT Global is a key learning partner for projects in India, Nepal, Liberia, Uganda and Malaysia. She works closely with among others, with the World Assembly of Youth, Google Educator Group, UNICEF, NGOs’ globally and the Association for People with Special Needs. Our recent project was a blended Hospitality English program in Sulawesi. She has been participating, understanding, tracking, creating awareness through various initiatives, since 2004, to encourage and support the growth of the mobile eco system.

She is a proud finalist in the “teleworking mums” contest organized by e-homemakers.net in 2004 in collaboration with the Ministry of Women and Family Development Malaysia and a nominee for the Prime Minister’s Woman Entrepreneur 2011 Award and Woman Social Activist 2011 Award. She also serves as a mentor, speaker, panelists and sits on committees driving the mobile sector. She is a MWBP Graduate of Cherie Blair Foundation for her MyMobileUniversity global initiative to impact lives through education. She also received the Women Excellence Award “ Women Entrepreneur in Education (Mobile Learning) Award in Sri Lanka at the International Women’s Day celebration 2016. She serves as a speaker, panelists, Honorary Advisor for global companies and sits on committees driving the mobile sector this includes:

• Co-Founder and Advisor on the Asia Pacific Mobile Learning & Edutainment Advisory Panel (APACMLEAP)
• Co-Founder and Advisor for the Mobile Industry Group (MOBIG)
• Co-Founder of Mobile Monday Malaysia
• Mentor for the Global Mentoring Walk since 2014
• Mentor for the Mobile Catalyst for the Global Entrepreneur Week 2008
• Mentor for the Mobile Content Challenge organized by Maxis, SKMM, and KPKK
• Member of the United Nations Global Alliance for ICT and Development (UN-GAID)
• Member of the elearningEuropa an eLearning initiative of the European Commission seeking to mobilize the educational and cultural communities
• Member of the Internet Soceity

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