H.E. Datuk Wan Suraya Wan Mohd Radzi was appointed as the Auditor General of Malaysia on 13 June 2023.

H.E. Datuk Wan Suraya has vast experience in international trade, industry and government attained from her 29-year career as a government official in various ministries. She served for 24 years with the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (MITI), including a five-year stint in Brussels as Malaysia’s Minister-Counsellor to the European

Community, Belgium, and Luxembourg, and another five years in Singapore as Malaysia’s Minister-Counsellor to Singapore on trade and investment.

Subsequently, she served as Secretary General and was instrumental in setting up the re-established Malaysian Ministry of Entrepreneur Development and Cooperatives in 2018. She spearheaded the formulation and launching of the National Entrepreneurship Policy 2030. In 2020, she was then tasked as Secretary General to establish the Ministry of National Unity. She was responsible for drafting and launching the National Unity Policy and National Unity Blueprint 2021-2030, in addition to the 2021-2030 Tabika Perpaduan Early Childhood Education Plan.

In  2022,  she  was  appointed  as  Chief  Executive  Officer  at  The  Malaysian  Institute  of Integrity (IIM) and played an integral role in pushing and promoting the integrity agenda to the forefront in Malaysia.

H.E. Datuk Wan Suraya has an educational background in law and trade policy. She earned  a  Bachelor  of  Law  (Honours)  from  the  University  of  Sheffield  (1992)  and  a Diploma in Trade Policy from the World Trade Organisation (WTO) in Geneva, Switzerland (2000). Further, she has completed the High Potential Leadership Programme at Harvard Business School (2012), the United Nations Industrial Development Organisation (UNIDO) Global Executive Programme on ‘The Future of Manufacturing, Trends and Policy Options (2014), the Senior Leadership Programme from the Malaysian Razak School of Government (2015), the ASEAN Government Leadership Programme by General Electric (GE) (2017) in the US and the Financial Institutions Directors’ Education (FIDE) programme from the Central Bank of Malaysia (2019).