Booz Allen Names 5 New Partners for Middle East Market Push; Joseph Logue Comments

BoozAllenLogoBooz Allen Hamilton has appointed five new partners to provide consulting services for the Middle East and North Africa as the firm aims to expand its footprint in both regions.

The firm said Tuesday the new partners for the MENA region are Walid FayadRaymond KhouryNabih MarounMahir Nayfeh and Nadim Batri.

Ramez Shehadi, an executive vice president and managing director at Booz Allen, will head the MENA team as it works with customers in the Gulf Cooperation Council States, Turkey, the Levant and North Africa.

“While government and commercial institutions have significantly modernized in recent years, the rapidly evolving needs of societies require a constant emphasis on adapting infrastructure and technology, services and regulations,” said Booz Allen EVP Joseph Logue.

The firm said the new MENA partners hold experience in energy and utilities, enterprise architecture, financial services, strategic communications, data analytics and cybersecurity.

Booz Allen has also appointed seven new VPs to provide support for the firm’s strategy to address regional demand for public services, infrastructure, technological and cultural advancement, job creation and security and defense programs.

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