H.R.H Tengku Zatashah H.R.H Sultan Idris is the daughter of Sultan's Selangor. She has international corporate exposure in UK, France, Spain and Malaysia with over 20 years of experience in crisis management, corporate communications strategy, media training, branding and marketing.

She is Chairman & CEO of Light Cibles Malaysia, part of an award-winning international lighting design consultancy firm, opening Malaysia as a new market; and is President of Alliance Francaise Kuala Lumpur, a non-profit organisation, having served four years on the board, two years as Chairman. 

Currently Zatashah also serves as Senior Advisor to Bell Pottinger Malaysia, one of UK's leading global PR and communications firms; and she is also Independent non-executive board director to a Malaysian FMCG company. Zatashah is also Royal Patron to Make-A-Wish Malaysia. 

Zatashah has diverse industry experience in consumer goods, media, hospitality, education and construction, with a solid network of business contacts in Malaysia and France. She was key in driving forward sustainable development policy, and media training crisis management in a Fortune 500 global company. She speaks English, French, Spanish and Bahasa Malaysia fluently.

In 2013 Zatashah graduated from the Malaysian government’s initiative Women Directors’ Programme to serve on boards of public-listed companies, as well as Insead's Finance for Executives programme 2014 in Singapore.

She is now married to Dato' Setia Aubry Rahim Manesson. Being married for seven years and being together for nine, it is clear that the bond they share remained solid and strong. The great synergy between them is what led to the establishment of Light Cibles in Malaysia, a French lighting design company run by the two of them.

So see she's a Princess but she works hard. And she has always start from the bottom without using her Royal Blood. She works for it and make sure that when she got something. It's because she deserve it and she did it on her own instead of using her Royalty. A Princess and yet she's an Independent Woman. So there's no reason for you people out there isn't it? If a Princess can work too, you guys shall be able to work too!

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