MAJOR GEN. DR. AHMED NASSER AL RAISI
Chairman of the Board of Trustees
Major General Dr. Ahmed Naser Al Raisi is currently serving as the President of Interpol, leading UAE law enforcement officer and the General Inspector of the Ministry of Interior, UAE. He was appointed to this position in April 2015 after leaving an indelible mark upon the Abu Dhabi Police, General Directorate of Central Operations.
MR. MIRZA AL SAYEGH
Deputy Chairman of the Board of Trustees, Director – Office of H.H Sheikh Hamden Bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Mirza Al Sayegh was born in Dubai, UAE, attended private tuition at his father’s school in the early days and in 1957 he attended the first UAE Government School in Dubai for his primary education years. After completing his secondary education at Dubai Secondary School, in 1967 Mirza was enrolled in the University of Jordan, and graduated with a BA in Business Administration in 1971.
PROF. MUTHANNA G. ABDUL RAZZAQ
President and CEO of the AUE
An eminent professional, educationist, Professor Muthanna Abdul Razzaq, completed his Bachelor Degree in Business Administration and Accounting from Al Mustansirya University. He got his Postgraduate Diploma in Cost Accounting from Baghdad University and moved to the UK to finish his Ph.D in Management Accounting, form the University of Manchester (UMIST).
DR. AMIN HUSSAIN AL AMIRI
Asst. Undersecretary for Medical Practice and License Sector in UAE Ministry of Health, and the Chairman of the UAE Supreme National Blood Transfusion Committee.
Dr. Amin Hussain Al Amiri is the Asst. Undersecretary for Medical Practice and License Sector in UAE Ministry of Health, and the Chairman of the UAE Supreme National Blood Transfusion Committee. Dr. Al Amiri obtained his Ph.D and M.Sc in Medical Science in 2003 from Faculty of Medicine, Aberdeen University in Scotland, UK.
MATTHEW D. SHANK, PH.D.
Board Member, President Emeritus and Professor of Marketing, Marymount University Interim President, World Affairs Council, Washington DC
Matthew D. Shank became Marymount University’s sixth president in July 2011 and recently resigned as President Emeritus in June, 2018 after seven years of service. After a successful tenure at Marymount, President Shank is currently serving as the interim President of the World Affairs Council – DC. In January, 2019, Dr. Shank will become the 8th President of the Virginia Foundation of Independent Colleges, a consortium of 15 private universities in the Commonwealth.
PROF. SUZANNE TRAGER ORTEGA
Board Member, President of the Council of Graduate Schools
Suzanne Ortega became the sixth President of the Council of Graduate Schools on July 1, 2014. Prior to assuming her current position, she served as the University of North Carolina (UNC) Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs (2011-14). Previous appointments include the Executive Vice President and Provost at the University of New Mexico, Vice Provost and Graduate Dean at the University of Washington, and the University of Missouri.
DR. M. JEAN KELLER, CTRS, FALS
Board Member, University of North Texas, USA
Dr. M. Jean Keller is a professor in the University of North Texas (UNT) Department of Kinesiology and Public Health. She has served UNT as Vice President for Equity and Diversity and Community Engagement for the past five years. She previously served as Provost and Deputy Vice Chancellor for Transition of UNT Dallas for five years.
MR. ABDULLATIF ABDULLA AHMED AL MULLA
Board Member, Group Chief Executive Office of RMB
Mr. Abdullatif Abdulla Ahmed Al Mulla currently serves as Group Chief Executive Office of RMB, a conglomerate in the real Estate development and contracting. Prior to this Abdullatif Al Mulla took the helm of Dubai Properties Group (DPG) as Group CEO, bringing with him over two decades of experience in strategic leadership.
FRANK F. ISLAM
Board Member, Chairman/ CEO of FI Investment Group (FIIG), USA
Frank F. Islam is an entrepreneur, philanthropist, civic leader and thought leader. Frank has a special commitment to civic, educational and artistic causes. In all of his endeavors, he strives to create opportunities that are sustainable and uplifting for humanity – guided by the virtues of hard work, focus, quality, innovation and kindness.
MAJOR GENERAL ABDULLA AL HASHMI
Board Member, Assistant Undersecretary for Support Services, UAE Ministry of Defence
Major General Abdulla joined the UAE Air Force in 1980 and completed his Officer training course at Madina Base Texas, USA in 1981. He attended Under Pilot Training at Columbus Air Force Base in 1982 and the Mirage Conversion course in 1983. He became a Mirage OPS Pilot in 1985 and was later appointed as Mirage OPS Flight Commander in 1988.
KHALID NASSER ALSHAMSI
Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Dubai Group
Khalid Nasser AlShamsi is the Managing Director and Chief Investment Officer of Dubai Group, a multi-billion dollar diversified and multi-strategy investment firm. In this capacity, he oversees and manages investments across multiple asset classes from public and private equity to real estate and alternative investments.
MR. KHALID SALEM AL-HALYAN
Group Chief Audit Executive at Dubai Aviation City Corporation (DACC)
Mr. Khalid Salem Al-Halyan has more than 37 years senior level experience in several industries and is currently the group Chief Audit Executive at Dubai Aviation City Corporation (DACC). He started his career at the UAE Central Bank and moved to the Department of Economic Development (DED) in Dubai before joining the aviation industry in 1996.
Abdullah Ahmed Mohammed Al Saleh
Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy
Abdullah Ahmad Al Saleh has held the position of Undersecretary of the Ministry of Economy since September 2020. He has 32 years of experience in the federal government, where he worked as a diplomate with Ministry of Foreign Affairs for 13 years. He worked at the UAE Embassy in Washington DC (1993- 1998), and the UAE Embassy in Paris (2000-2003) and in other departments at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. He was assigned to work in the Office of the Deputy Prime Minister for the period between 1998-2000.