Dating paduka siti sa diah sheikh bakir
Tan Sri sits on various corporate Boards, namely as the Chairman of CCM Duopharma Biotech Berhad and Nationwide Express Holdings and is an independent director of OSK Holdings Berhad .
She was an Independent Non-Executive Director of Bursa Malaysia from 2004 to 2012 and was a Board member of MATRADE from 1999 to 2010.
Commencing her career with Johor Corporation (JCorp) in 1974, she was the Chief Executive of Kumpulan Perubatan (Johor) Sdn Bhd from 1989 until the listing of KPJ Healthcare in 1994.
Aligning strategic, visionary and transformational leadership in KPJ, the Group has been able to break much new ground and achieve unprecedented success on many fronts in owning and managing private hospitals since 1981.
Beliau telah dianugerahkan Ph D dalam undang-undang dari University of Aberdeen, United Kingdom.
Profesor di UIAM Institut Perbankan dan Kewangan Islam (IIi BF), Universiti Islam Antarabangsa Malaysia (UIAM).
She was awarded with the Honorary Doctors of Letters from University of Reading, United Kingdom in July 2018.
As part of the proceedings, an honorary degree was awarded to influential businesswomen Tan Sri Datin Paduka Siti Sa'diah Sheikh Bakir, who in 2009, was named Malaysia’s first female CEO of The Year by the New Straits Times Press and American Express.
Tan Sri still actively shares her experience on numerous platforms each year, in order to inspire and encourage other leaders to soar to their greatest potential.
Tan Sri holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Economics from University of Malaya and a Master of Business Administration, Henley Business School, University of Reading, United Kingdom.
In a humorous address to graduating students, Professor Lam used his own personal journey as a means of explaining the many new (and often unexpected) opportunities higher education can lead to: “Even with the best plans, we don’t really know what life has in store for us. I’m sure that getting a good education was the starting point for everything else.
Had I not gone to university, I’m sure my life would have turned out quite different. It provides opportunities that you might not otherwise have access to.” The ceremony came to a close with final remarks from vice-Chancellor, Sir David Bell, who thanked graduating students, their families and University colleagues for their hard work and support over the years.