Norhariti’s areas of expertise are government policy and delivery systems, with focus on strategy and performance improvement. Her involvement in the public sector has provided her with experience in policy framework and development, execution of business initiatives, including implementation and monitoring of national programs.
She has strong influence in the development of halal industry ecosystem, where her recent involvement in the development of Halal industry master plan, articulated the ecosystem strategies, public/ private initiatives, and industry governance to facilitate businesses in capturing opportunities in the growing Halal market spaces, as well as strengthening the positioning of Halal businesses across markets and regions.
Some of her recent involvement includes a study on the preparation for the Halal Occupational Framework led by HDC in collaboration with the Skills Development Department at the Ministry of Human Resources, Malaysia; a panel on the Development of the Standard for Halal Learning Framework, led by HDC and the Malaysian Qualifications Agency.
At the corporate level, she had conducted business transformation across different industries, and possesses deep experience in company start-ups and the execution of business models, operational strategies, corporate governance and monitoring.
She is based in Malaysia and serves the Asia Pacific and ASEAN regions.
Prior to joining DinarStandard, Norhariti was the Executive Director of Ernst & Young Advisory Services in Kuala Lumpur.
Norhariti is a Chartered Accountant through the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia/New Zealand.