Ooredoo Oman welcomes Noor Al Sulaiti as New CEO

Muscat: Ooredoo oman welcomes Noor Al Sulaiti as New CEO

The Omani Qatari Telecommunications Company “Ooredoo” announced the appointment of Nour Al-Sulaiti as the new CEO of the company, effective May 20, to succeed Ian Danish, who recently resigned from his position.

Noor  Al Sulaiti joined the Ooredoo Group in Qatar in 2004 and before her appointment as CEO in the Sultanate, she was the CEO of Starlink, a subsidiary of the Ooredoo Group, and has experiences she gained during the 17 years she spent occupying various jobs in the telecommunications sector, and she holds a bachelor’s degree in computer science. From Qatar University and an MBA from Plymouth University in London, she holds a PRINCE2 degree, which is a project management qualification that is widely used in Europe.

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