Puan Jamilah binti Dato’ Hashim
Puan Jamilah binti Dato' Hashim, Malaysian, aged 58, was appointed to the Board of MAHB as a Non-Independent Non-Executive Director on 1 June 2017. Puan Jamilah graduated with a Bachelor of Science (Chemistry) from the California State University, USA and Masters in Science (Physical Chemistry) from University of Denver, USA. She also attended the Executive Education at Penn State University, USA, MINDA, Razak School of Government, London Business School and IMD (Lausanne, Switzerland).
Puan Jamilah had over 32 years of experience in Operations and Strategic Management. She began her career as a researcher in the Solar Energy Research Institute, USA. She joined Goodyear Malaysia (in1985), one of the world's top tyre manufacturing company and served for 21 years in various capacities including as a Chief Chemist, Manufacturing Director, Regional Director for Asia Pacific. She served as a Board member of Goodyear Malaysia Berhad from 2003 to 2005 along with playing an active role as the President of Women-in-Leadership in Asia Pacific movement.
She possess an excellent track record of successfully implementing best business practices aimed at improving continuous efficiency, reduce operating costs whilst increasing productivity and leveraging expertise in global best practice and innovation. During her tenure at Goodyear Asia Pacific, she successfully led the design and implementation of Lean Six Sigma in the 11 Goodyear companies in addition to training and developing 20 Lean Six Sigma Specialists throughout the region.
Puan Jamilah served as a Board member of Pantai Morib Ventures Sdn Bhd, a subsidiary of Khazanah Nasional Berhad from 2007 to 2009. She currently sits on the Board of Blue Archipelago Berhad.
Puan Jamilah is currently a Director in Khazanah Nasional Berhad heading the Support Operations and Corporate Development Unit. She first joined Khazanah in 2006 from Goodyear Asia Pacific before leaving to serve at Boustead Heavy Industries Corporation Berhad as a Director of the Strategic Management and Transformation Division in 2009. She then rejoined Khazanah in 2011. In Khazanah, she was key in establishing Khazanah Local and Foreign Offices, Business Continuity Infra and Corporate Development Unit to support start-ups and KLCs.