Maya El Hachem leads BCG’s offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi

19 July 2022 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read

In the Middle East, global strategy and management consulting firm Boston Consulting Group has four offices. Two of those offices – Dubai and Abu Dhabi – are now being led by Maya El Hachem.

Soon entering her eighth year at Boston Consulting Group, Maya El Hachem is up for the largest challenge at the consultancy to date. In her new role, she leads a team consisting of over 750 consultants and staff.

She joins Boston Consulting Group’s two other office leaders in the region, fellow partners Juan Vázquez (Doha) and Philippe Cornette de Saint Cyr (Riyadh).

Maya El Hachem, BCG

Having spent her childhood and high school years in Lebanon, Maya moved to France to study at HEC Paris, one of France’s ‘grande écoles’. After graduating, she joined Booz & Company, where she worked for over seven years, growing the ranks to Engagement Manager level (during her tenure, Booz & Company was acquired and rebranded as Strategy&).

In 2015, Maya joined Boston Consulting Group, where she became a managing director and partner at the start of 2020. A member of the Public Sector, Education, Social Impact, and Consumer Goods practices, Maya is a leader in the firm’s work in human capital development and social impact strategies and transformations, with a focus on the GCC region.

She also is active in Boston Consulting Group’s work in tourism and entertainment in the GCC, supporting megaprojects and transformations. Her clients include governments and government authorities, private sector players, investors, and non-profit organisations.

Reflecting on Maya’s appointment, Boston Consulting Group stated on LinkedIn, “We congratulate Maya on her new role. We are certain that under her leadership we will continue to deliver value for our clients and employees across our offices in Dubai and Abu Dhabi, and help the region unlock its potential.”

In the region, Boston Consulting Group is led by the Spanish-German duo; Middle East Lead Pablo Martinez and Middle East Chair Joerg Hildebrandt.