Oliver Wyman appoints Suha Haddad as partner in Dubai

08 February 2024 Consultancy-me.com 2 min. read

Oliver Wyman, a global management consulting firm, has appointed Suha Haddad as a partner in its Government and Public Institutions practice.

Suha Haddad brings around two decades of experience across the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) in management consulting and big tech to Oliver Wyman.

She specialises in advising senior government leadership on topics including crafting national visions and sectorial strategies, setting up entities and authorities, and managing large-scale programs and transformational projects.

Oliver Wyman appoints Suha Haddad as partner in Dubai

Suha Haddad is a partner in the Government and Public Institutions practice

“I am confident that Suha’s deep knowledge and experience of the public sector will bring immense value to clients across the region,” said Pedro Oliveira, Managing Partner of Oliver Wyman in India, the Middle East, and Africa.

Operating out of Oliver Wyman’s Dubai office, Haddad most recently was a member of Meta’s leadership in MENA, focusing on expanding the footprint of the company’s well-known brands such as Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp.

Earlier, she spent around 15 years in the consulting industry, working for Strategy& and Booz Allen Hamilton. During this time, she gained a diverse range of expertise spanning the public sector, as well as the media, entertainment, and technology industries. She has advised senior clients in more than 10 countries across the MENA region.

At Oliver Wyman, Haddad will focus on multiple areas including helping government clients with building national brand programs, fostering impactful ecosystem partnerships to drive socioeconomic advancements, developing creative industries, stakeholder engagement plans, and mega events in service of national agendas. She is also an expert in the design and execution of government strategic communications.

“Governments and public institutions are driving visionary programs to diversify and develop the economy and society, and we are witnessing a reimagining of what can be achieved through technology in the public realm. Suha will bolster our services in this realm,” Oliveira said.

Commenting on her new challenge, Haddad said: “The region is rapidly establishing itself as a global hub for creativity and innovation. I am excited about the possibilities within the creative economy in the region and the pivotal role that the public sector is undertaking to foster creative industries.”

Suha Haddad holds an MBA from INSEAD, a Master of Science in Information Networking from Carnegie Mellon University, and a Bachelor of Engineering from the American University of Beirut.