Chief Secretary to the Government, Mohd Zuki Ali is new chairman of Cyberview
By Digital News Asia August 19, 2020
- Spent 28 years in civil service, served in various ministries and capacities, including Finance
- Cyberview to harness new mandate to spearhead development in Cyberjaya
Cyberjaya is pleased to announce the appointment of Mohd Zuki Ali (pic) as its new non-executive Chairman effective 28 July 2020.
Mohd Zuki, 58, succeeds Ahmad Badri Mohd Zahir, whose tenure ended on 1 May 2020. The Board of Cyberview extends its heartfelt appreciation and gratitude to Ahmad Badri for his unwavering commitment and leadership since October 2018.
Mohd Zuki is also currently the nation’s 15th Chief Secretary to the Government, a position he has held since 1 Jan 2020. With vast experience and a strong track record, he has spent 28 years in the civil service where he served in various ministries and capacities, including the Finance, Education, Home Affairs, Rural and Regional Development, as well as Natural Resources and Environment Ministries.
Prior to his appointment as Chief Secretary to the Government, Mohd Zuki served as Secretary-General of the Defence Ministry. He was also previously attached to Istana Negara, the Prime Minister’s Department and was Sarawak Federal Secretary.
Mohd Zuki holds a Masters degree in Business Management from Nanyang University, Singapore, and a Bachelor of Economics from Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia.
His leadership will be invaluable to Cyberview as the Tech Hub Developer remains committed to continuously build a potent tech ecosystem in Cyberjaya. Cyberview looks forward to working closely with Mohd Zuki as the company harnesses the new mandate of spearheading the development of Cyberjaya, to ultimately become a preferred tech investment location.