Ms Saw was formerly the Managing Director for Dutch Lady Milk Malaysia and Singapore from 2015 to 2017. She was redesignated as Non-independent Non-Executive Director with effect from January 2018.
Ms. Saw started her marketing career by joining the Unilever management training programme and since then, she has held various senior managerial positions within the fast-moving consumer goods industry. She first joined Dutch Lady Milk Industries Bhd (a.k.a FrieslandCampina) in March 2003 as its Commercial Director. From March 2008 to 2010, she was appointed as the General Manager for FrieslandCampina Hong Kong. She was then promoted to become the Managing Director for FrieslandCampina Mainland China from 2011 to 2014.
She also serves as an Adjunct Professor at the Graduate Business School, University Kebangsaan Malaysia from 2019.
Ir Dr Mohd Shahreen Zainooreen B. Madros
Adjunct Professor, UKM Graduate Business School
Ir. Dr Mohd Shahreen Madros graduated with First Class Honours in Engineering from the University of London in 1986, and Doctorate from the University of Cambridge in 1989. Dr Shahreen has over 30 years of working experience in various capacities. His work experience includes as a lecturer in Engineering Faculty in UKM, over 20 years in the oil and gas industry, and almost 10 years in the government agencies. In the oil and gas sector, he has worked with numerous global multinationals such as Esso Production Malaysia Inc, Exxon Research in Houston, and engineering consultants such as INTEC Engineering, INTECSEA-Worley Parsons and SCOMI-Cameron Process systems. While in the oil and gas industry, he has worked in Houston/USA, Holland, Perth/Australia and served international clients on many global industry development projects. In these international corporations, he has served as technical director as well as managing organizations strategy and business direction. Dr Shahreen was also involved as an exco member of the Malaysian Oil & Gas Services Council (MOGSC), the largest oil and gas industry association in Malaysia. In 2010, Dr Shahreen participated in the government initiative led by PEMANDU, a unit in the prime minister’s office, on national economic transformation program. He later joined PEMANDU and was key in developing a new agency Malaysia Petroleum Resources Corporation (MPRC) overseeing the development of the oil and gas services and equipment industry in Malaysia. His work in MPRC has led to many achievements such as making Kuala Lumpur as part of the World Energy City Partner (WECP); setting technology clusters in UTP, UTM, and UM; and having the largest biennial upstream oil and gas exhibition and conference Offshore Technology Conference Asia in Kuala Lumpur among others. Since taking leadership in MATRADE, Dr Shahreen is now overseeing many industries beyond oil and gas and formulating strategic directions in growing and promoting trade. He aims to forge strategic partnerships with all relevant stakeholders in both private and public sectors at various levels within ministries, agencies, trade associations, chambers of commerce and business councils, to ensure Malaysia remains competitive globally.