MAS communications head calls it quits
Malaysia - Raja Zamilia Raja Dato' Seri Mansur (pictured), executive vice president of communications of Malaysia Airlines has exited after a year with the airline.
According to MAS, she has left to pursue other interests and in the interim, before the company announces a replacement, vice president, communications Eda Ahmad will oversee the division.
Malaysia Airlines group chief executive officer, Ahmad Jauhari Yahya said: "Given her experience and vast knowledge in Government-linked companies, multinational companies and the hospitality industry, Raja Zamila has led the team in a challenging business environment. I wish to take this opportunity to thank Raja Zamilia for her undivided commitment and contribution to the Company."
She has close to two decades of experience in the communications field and prior to MAS she was with Kuwait Finance House in Malaysia. In her career she has also worked with The Ritz-Carlton KL and Hilton Kuala Lumpur as well as Pangkor Laut Resort and Tanjong Jara Resort.
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