Kamariah Ibrahim is working as Director of Research and Development Division, Federal Department of Town and Country Planning, Peninsular Malaysia, Ministry of Urban Wellbeing, Housing and Local Government.
She graduated from the University Technology of Malaysia (UTM) with a Bachelor’s Degree in Town and Regional Planning. She has more than 30 years experiences in urban and regional planning with major involvement in Land use Planning, Development Planning, Planning Laws, Sustainable City, Safe City Programmes and Healthy City Programmes.
Her major contributions and involvement in urban planning and development are:
- As study team for The Planning of New Government Administration of Putrajaya in 1997-2000
- Coordinator for The Amendment of Town and Country Planning Act 1976 (Act 172) in 2005-2007
- Director of State Planning of Negeri Sembilan in 2011-2014
- Coordinator for the Malaysia Sustainable Cities Study (MURNInets) since 2014 – present
- Coordinator for the Malaysia Sustainable Cities Award for World Town Planning Day since 2014 – present
- Coordinator for Planning and Development for 1YMC in Tanjung Malim from 2015 – present