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Pengiran Diraja Mohammed Zaini Manaf, Malaysian management consulting company executive. Achievements include being the first Malaysian to receive the award of Fellowships and Memberships of 98 professional institutions and learned societies in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.

Background

Manaf, Pengiran Diraja Mohammed Zaini was born on February 24, 1941 in Muar, Johore, Malaysia. Son of Abdul Manaf Long and Azizah Thambi.

Education

Attended, Maur High School & English College, Johore Bahru, 1952—1959. Attended, United Kingdom, 1960—1967. Attended, Cornwall Technology College, Redruth.

Attended, Chiswick Polytechnic (now London Brunel University). Attended, Islewoth Polytechnic (now Middlesex University). Attended, City London College (now London Met University).

Attended, London School of Economics and Political Science University London. Doctor of Philosophy, Kesington University, California, 1979. Doctor of Business Administration, Pacific Western University, 1982.

Doctor of Laws, Pacific Western University, 1983. Doctor in Engineering Sciences, Pacific Western University, 1987. Doctor of Science in Aeronautical Engineering (honorary), Pepperdine University, 1983.

Doctor of Science, Bedford University, 1983. Doctor of Letters, Clayton University, 1984. Doctor of Letters, Colegio de Sto Nino de Jassan, 1999.

Doctor in Engineering Sciences, Pacific Western University, 1987. Doctor in Technology, American Coastline University, 1988. Doctor of Letters., Summit University Louisiana, 1993.

Doctor, Faculty Commonwealth Open University, British Virgin Islands, 1999.

Career

Professional manager Canada Technology, administrative assistant Borneo Company Ltd., London, Inchape Export Ltd., London, 1963—1967. Officer Chase Manhattan Bank, Kuala Lumpur, 1967—1968. Sales manager Wearne's Group of Companies, 1968—1975.

General manager Pernas Jardine Aviation Company, 1975—1977, Seri Mechan Consultant Sdn. Bhd., Kuala Lumpur, 1983—1984. Chairman Manaf & Company, since 1977.

Associate professor Pacific Western University, Los Angeles, 1984—1987, professor and fellow, 1987—1999. Professor engineering Clayton University, St. Louis, 1986, professor, 1986—1987. Member board advisors faculty engineering National University Malaysia, 1986—1989.

Visiting lecturer Mara Institute of Technology, Shah Alam Selangor, Malaysia, 1970—1973, Shah Alam Selangor, Malaysia, 1970—1973. Honorary visiting fellow The University East London, since 1983, visiting professor, since 1986. Associate Pepperdine University, since 1984.

Honorary consultant Imperial College of Science and Technology University London, 1986—1996. Professor, fellow Faculties Engineering and Business Management American Coastline University, New Orleans, since 1988. Founder vice president Malaysian Institute Directors.

Past chairman Malaysian chapter British Institute Road Transport Engineers and Institute Marketing Malaysia. Honorary representative Malaysia Engineers United States of America, American Institute Industrial Engineers, Institute Transport Administration. Active member United Nations Association Great Britain.

Founder vice president Malaysian Institute Directors. Past chairman Malaysian chapter British Institute Road Transport Engineers, Institute Marketing Malaysia. Honorary representative Malaysia Society Manufacturing Engineers, American Institute Industrial Engineers Institute Transport Administrn.

Achievements

  • Achievements include being the first Malaysian to receive the award of Fellowships and Memberships of 98 professional institutions and learned societies in the United Kingdom, United States, and Canada.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Professional Organizations of Malaysia, 1979, The Malaysian Universities, 1981. Chairman board directors Manaf Sutter Incorporated Los Angeles, 1983-1989. Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Committee member United Malay National Organization Youth, Kuala Lumpur, 1971—1977, Red Cross, 1975, UMNO Syed Putra Branch, Kuala Lumpur, 1988. Fellow: AAIA, Institute Engineers United Kingdom (Frank Haskell Silver medal 1982), Association Business Executives United Kingdom, Royal Geography Society London, World Literature Academy, Society Antiquaries Scotland, Canada Society Civil Engineers, Chartered Institute Arbitrators United Kingdom, Institute Chartered Shipbrokers United Kingdom, Association International Accountants United Kingdom (honorary), British Institute Management, Chartered Institute Trasport United Kingdom, Engineering Institute Canada, Royal Society Arts London. Member: American Association of University Professors, Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (founder, deputy president Malaysia chapter), American Society of Mechanical Engineers, 17 American Academies Science, New York Academy of Sciences, National Society Professor Engineers, Institute Management Consultant Malaysia (founder, president), Royal Commonwealth.

Society Club, Royal Overseas League Club (London), London School Economics Society (life. Founder council member Malayasian Alumni), Oxford University Society Club (life. Honorary representative), Royal Lake Club (Kuala Lumpur), Jaguar Club, Phi Delta Kappa.

Connections

Married Noor Aini Maryland Zin, July 26, 1969. Children: Sharifuddin, Aida Mastura, Shareen Adlina.

father:
Abdul Manaf Long

mother:
Azizah Thambi

spouse:
Noor Aini Maryland Zin

child:
Sharifuddin Manaf

child:
Aida Mastura Manaf

child:
Shareen Adlina Manaf