Siti Aminah is a Clinical Audiologist based at the Hospital Queen Elizabeth, focusing on paediatric diagnostics and amplification. Siti started working in Hospital Tengku Ampuan Rahimah in 2002 before being promoted to Hospital Sultan Ismail in 2009 and later to Hospital Queen Elizabeth in 2016. Siti graduated from the National University of Malaysia in 2002 and later pursued her MSc in Audiology in Queen Margaret University in 2013. She takes an interest in promoting uniformity of practice among Audiologists working in the MOH, and has been contributing to the development of Standard of Practice and Audiology guidelines.


Siti held several positions in the Malaysian Association of Speech-Language and Hearing from 2001 to 2007, and actively contributed to the Audiology Technical Committee of Audiology (JKTA) from 2002 until now. She is also the Head of Promotion and Publicity Bureau in JKTA since 2018.

Role of Portfolio

    • Disseminate information and updates to the public and members, through various platforms such as email, website and social media.

    • Gather information such as events, trends, hot topics, new findings, policy change from various sources to be shared with the public and members.

    • Act as the webmaster and coordinate the development of content for association website.

    • Provide executive committees with e-mail, webpage and social media upload support.

    • Publicise the association to the public, members, non-members, professionals and key stakeholders.

    • Coordinate with regional representatives in organising association activities.

    • Prepare press releases, keynote speeches and promotional materials.

    • Perform such other duties as may be assigned by the association.

Personal Views

  • The MANSA Public Relations portfolio focuses on efforts to expand relationships among its members and reach out to other related societies and agencies. Siti believes that Audiology services in Malaysia can be further developed in a better direction, and she believes that efforts in an integrated and united form within the association will facilitate this effort.