Datin Ainsley Lee Sin, a visionary leader and entrepreneur, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Ten Outstanding Young Persons of the World Award‘ for her exceptional contributions to children, world peace, and human rights. This esteemed recognition highlights her transformative work in character education and Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) education for children, impacting over 133,000 lives since 2017.
Lee Sin’s journey in education is marked by a commitment to excellence. Armed with a Master of Commerce from Griffith University, Australia, and a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from the University of Hertfordshire, UK, where she received accolades such as the Malaysia Australia Colombo Plan Commemoration Scholarship and the Star Education Fund Full Scholarship, she embarked on a mission to redefine character education through art.
As the CEO of ARTIVO School of Creativity, Lee Sin pioneered a holistic approach called PEACE-ART Education. Through innovative teaching programs and a self-developed syllabus, she has empowered children with practical life skills, art literacy, and an appreciation for cultural diversity. This approach fosters empathy, compassion, and social responsibility, setting the stage for future leaders with strong character development and creative minds.
Lee Sin’s dedication to character education extends to Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through her publication, “GameOn: How to be a Super Hero and Save the World through SDGs.” As “Captain Ainsley,” she distributed 10,000 copies of the SDG comics to schools, orphanages, and libraries, engaging over 17,450 children in interactive workshops across seven countries: Malaysia, Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Nepal, Myanmar, and Thailand.
Beyond her role in education, Lee Sin serves as an ambassador for women and human rights, showcasing her leadership and collaboration skills in empowering underprivileged groups through humanitarian movements. Her boundless positive energy, enthusiasm, and perseverance, coupled with her role as a mother of two, exemplify her commitment to nurturing future leaders with strong character development and creative minds.
ARTIVO School of Creativity: Nurturing Compassionate and Creative Problem Solvers
Founded by Datin Ainsley Lee Sin, ARTIVO School of Creativity emerged from a passion for character education through art. Lee Sin recognized a gap in mainstream education and made it her mission to incorporate holistic approaches to art education. From a small art studio, ARTIVO has expanded to over 19 branches across the nation, impacting over 3,000 students since 2017.
Championing character development in shaping young minds, ARTIVO aims to nurture a generation of compassionate and creative problem solvers who value peace over competition. Lee Sin’s nurturing and driven nature has set an exemplary standard for students at ARTIVO, fostering a culture of hard work, fair play, and the blossoming of efforts into meaningful accomplishments.
As ARTIVO continues to grow, the internationally-recognized curriculum, shaped by Datin Ainsley Lee Sin, stands as a testament to the commitment to the character development of future leaders. At ARTIVO, creativity is viewed as a cornerstone of leadership, and the focus remains on nurturing the minds and characters of the next generation, contributing to a better world.