Mashitah Hamidi, Senior Lecturer in Social Services for marginalised groups focusing on labor and gendered migration, stateless people and refugees in the Department of Administration and Social Justice, Universiti Malaya. She obtained her Bachelor Science (Hons) Human Development and Masters Human Resource Development (MHRD) from Universiti Putra Malaysia. She pursued her PhD in Sociology at La Trobe University, Australia. Her areas of research include development studies, social integration and social services system of transnational labor migration, stateless and refugees group. She handles numerous number of researches include Indonesian Women Migrants in Malaysia, Stateless Children in Chow Kit Kuala Lumpur, Rohingya Refugees Community, joined research with Universitas Negeri Malang, Indonesia on gendered migration project. Mashitah involves as Consultant team members at National level projects such as Malaysian Social Workers Knowledge and Practice (2018), Inclusive Campus Framework for Disable Students – MyU-OKU (2019) and Sarawak Well-Being Index (2019-2020).