City, University of London's MENA Advisory Board welcomes new members
A key function of the Board is to provide advice and support for the Dubai Centre.
City, University of London’s Dubai Centre is pleased to announce the addition of six new members to serve on its MENA Advisory Board, bringing the total membership to twelve. The new members are distinguished representatives of their specialist fields, which include business and management, finance, and aviation.
Mr Saleh Al-Hashimi: Adviser; City Alumnus
Ms Claire Duce: Partner – UAE Business Controls Risk Leaders, PwC
Mr Paul Griffiths: Chief Executive Officer, Dubai Airports
Mr Paul Katsouris: Associate, Ince & Co Middle East; City Alumnus
Ms Lubna Qassim: Global Lawyer and Strategist
Ms Natasha Zahid: Senior Associate, Baker Botts; City Alumna
Acting in an advisory capacity to the Vice President International, the Board consists of alumni and friends of City, who provide guidance and support on important strategic choices facing the institution in the MENA region. The members also serve as a liaison for the Dubai Centre with local and regional businesses, communities, industries and government agencies.
The Board meets in Dubai, twice in each academic year, typically in November and in May.
Find out more about the Dubai Centre and the MENA Advisory Board here.