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Women & Leadership: Increasing Force of the Feminine Force, Tuesday 2 May

Tan Sri Siti Sa'diah Binti Sheikh Bakir

Internationally renowned Henley Business School alumna Tan Sri Siti Sa'diah Binti Sheikh Bakir (MBA 2007) will present ‘Women & Leadership: Increasing Force of the Feminine Force’ on Tuesday 2 May. 

The presentation will delve into Tan Sri’s extensive leadership experience in the Malaysian healthcare sector, and will explore leadership and business transformation in the country. It will be followed by an audience Q&A.  

The presentation takes place on Tuesday 2 May at 2.00pm – 4.00pm, Henley Business School, room G10. All staff and students are welcome to attend.  

To book your place, please register at

Tan Sri has been the President of the Malaysian Society for Quality in Health (MSQH) since its inception in 1997. She is a Corporate Advisor of KPJ Healthcare Bhd, and served as Managing Director and Medical Director of KPJ Healthcare Bhd (1993 to 2012).

She has also held the positions of Chief Executive of Kumpulan Perubatan Johor Sdn Bhd (1989 to 2002); Johor Corporation (from 1974) and Johor Corporation’s Healthcare Division (from 1978) and Vice President of the Association of Private Hospitals in Malaysia (1994 to1996). 

Her expertise has led her to take part in various councils and committees, including hospitals, governing bodies and universities.  

In 2010, Tan Sri was named the ‘CEO of the Year 2009’ by the New Straits Times Press and the American Express. She launched her biography entitled “Siti Sa’diah: Driven by Vision, Mission and Passion”, penned by Professor Rokiah Talib, Penerbitan Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia in 2013.

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