Ooredoo has appointed Fatima Sultan al-Kuwari as new chief consumer officer (CCO) of Ooredoo Qatar.
Fatima al-Kuwari has extensive experience with Ooredoo, having worked with the company since 2006.
Her most recent role prior to her appointment as CCO, Ooredoo Qatar was that of executive director (Marketing) for Ooredoo Group, leading the group’s cross-functional team responsible for digital transformation, sales, marketing, customer experience, B2B and brand and communications across all Ooredoo operations.
In addition to her operational experience, Fatima al-Kuwari currently serves on the Board of Ooredoo Kuwait.
She holds a bachelor’s degree in Computer Science from Qatar University and an MBA in Marketing from the University of Liverpool, UK.
Fatima al-Kuwari is an entrepreneur who co-founded several technology-based start-ups in Qatar.
She enjoys reading and prides herself on being an active mentor for the youth community in Qatar, and an inspiring coach and public speaker.
Waleed Mohamed al-Sayed, CEO, Ooredoo Qatar, said of the appointment, “We are delighted to see more and more Qatari citizens taking up leadership roles in the company. We know we have an incredible talent pool amongst our Qatari employees, and we offer amazing opportunities for them to gain valuable experience with Ooredoo Qatar that they can then leverage as their careers advance.
“We are incredibly proud of Fatima; we expect big things from her, and we look forward to seeing many more Qataris taking the helm within the Ooredoo Group in the near future.”
Fatima al-Kuwari’s appointment is the latest in a line of Qatari citizens taking up leadership positions across Ooredoo operations, underscoring the contribution of Qatari business leaders to both company success and to economies in the countries in which Ooredoo operates.
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