Dubai Airports appoints UAE nationals to senior positions

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Dubai Airports, operator of Dubai International and Dubai World Central (DWC) airports in the UAE, has announced the appointment of four Emiratis to executive positions in the company.

Mohammad Al Hamli, the former director of HRD planning and design, has been appointed vice president of HRD planning and design, while Mona Al Abdoli, who was director of the legal department, has been appointed vice president of legal.

Samya Ketait, who was working with the company as vice president of learning and development has been appointed vice president of government excellence and national identity, while Najla Al Ghammai has been appointed director of category management in corporate services. Najla has served at different positions in procurement and logistics in the Emirates Group, where she was the regional manager for procurement and logistics airlines (operations) before joining Dubai Airports.

Paul Griffiths, CEO of Dubai Airports, said, “These appointments strengthen our senior management team and augment our ability to deliver our long-term strategic plan to support future growth and world-leading customer service.

“Mohammad, Mona, Samya and Najla bring considerable experience in their respective fields and their leadership will be vital in dealing with the challenges of managing the growth projected at Dubai International and DWC. These appointments are part of Dubai Airports’ commitment to continuously identify and develop UAE national candidates for senior positions within the organization and we wish them well in their new roles.”

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