11-01B Vida Bukit Ceylon, 1D Jalan Ceylon
50200 Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)

Azlina Hamzah helmed as a human capital professional for twenty five years to entail the capacity of Chief People Officer and  Managing Consultant. She championed a myriad of strategic, operational and advisory work throughout the evolution of human capital; thrived in diverse industries; enhanced best in class organizations at a global organizational consulting firm, Hewitt Associates (today Aon Hewitt), Southern Bank Group (today part of the CIMB Bank; the second largest bank in Malaysia), Standard Chartered Bank, Marriott International, Hyatt  International, Motorola, and large Malaysian organizations such as Sime Darby Property, Sapura  Energy, and Berjaya Corporation

Her achievements and practical experience encompassed talent strategy & talent management, change transformations,  partnering with commercial leaders in creating human capital business value, stakeholder alignment, leadership development,  HR digitalization, policy and programs, performance improvement, and mergers & acquisitions.

She is an excellent communicator and thought partner for achieving business sustainability through people. She succeeded in  high growth environments bringing HR expertise, business acumen, leadership & navigation, consultation, critical evaluation,  ethical practice, and global & cultural awareness to the teams and organizations in her career journey; overseeing operations in  multiple markets including Malaysia, Southeast Asia, Australia, UK, South America, USA, and Africa.

Azlina Hamzah holds a Masters in Human Resources from the George Washington University, Washington DC;    and a  Bachelor of Science in Economics, from the George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia. She is a Certified Master Coach from  the Behavioral Coaching Institute, Los Angeles, California.


As a human capital professional with careers in multinational corporations, Government-Linked Companies, entrepreneur-led and consultancy services; I have strengthened my passion and built my capabilities in shaping organizational cultures of innovation, driving business transformation to create value; higher growth, stability and sustainability through people.

I am constantly evolving and place my focus on the agility to continuously learn and grow. I believe this is a perquisite for future work and especially from the perspective of how technology will demand future people capability and how organizations function to innovate for profitability.

I am an advocate for diversity, inclusion and total well-being at the workplace. My inspiration is that leaders demonstrate physiological literacy to understand the dynamics on organizational health. I believe in my next career chapter with AIMS to “Find & Grow Your Leaders”; promoting gender-diverse leadership, total organizational well-being, and integrating climate resilience competencies in hiring practices will be a sustainable way forward.

Earlier on I took on the challenge for the Longest Horseback Cross Country. I made 274.3km to the tip of Borneo. The participating riders and I who completed the challenge made into the Malaysia Guinness Book of Record. I had no horse-riding experience prior and trained for three months. I am a believer that all is possible when one wills it.

Having lived in Malaysia, Australia the United States my references are deeply embedded with social economic multicultural origins, and I aspire to put my gamut of life and work experiences in enhancing delivery and seamless experiences, providing solutions, nurturing diversity & inclusivity, and being a trusted partner to client organizations.