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Board Of Directors

Telecom Egypt is proud of having an established board of directors that is comprised of high profile, experienced and active members who are committed to direct the company toward its mission and actively guide the management and staff through the process. During economic hardships and fierce market competition, they have excelled to lead the company to its leading position in Egypt and the Middle East

Magued Osman

Nonexecutive Board Member; Chairman of Board

Osman was appointed Chairman of the Board of Directors of Telecom Egypt in March 2016, representing the government.
Osman is the Executive Manager of the Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research “Baseera", and a professor of statistics at the Faculty of Economics and Political Science, Cairo University.

Osman served as the Minister of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT) in the caretaker government which was formed after the 25th January revolution in 2011.
He has also served as Executive Director of Information and Decision Support Centre (IDSC), an affiliate of the Egyptian Cabinet, from 2005 to 2011. Osman was the Executive Manager of the Demographic Center in Cairo in 2004. Currently, he is the editor and lead author of the 2016 Human Development Report for social justice issues.
Osman is a member of the National Council for Women and the Vice President of the Union of Arab Statisticians. He is the Chief founder of the Arab Network of Public Opinion Polling Stations and Coordinator for the Egyptian Initiative for Right to Information. He is a member of the Institut d’Égypte, and member of the Board of Trustees of the faculty of International Affairs and Public Policy at the American University in Cairo. He is Board Chairman of Trustees of the "Call" initiative for the development of Upper Egypt.
Osman supervised the implementation of a large number of opinion polls and surveys, including global survey of values in Egypt and the Corruption Perceptions Survey in Egypt. He made his first public opinion polls to assess the Presidential performance and first-time post voting surveys. His research interests include measuring human development, governance and demographic studies, the role of think-tanks and future studies. He participated in the preparation of Egypt's vision for sustainable development to year 2030 “Egypt Vision 2030” and held the responsibility to develop the demographic strategy.
Osman obtained his Master and Doctoral degrees from Case University in USA.

Ahmed El Beheiry

Executive Board Member; Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

Ahmed El Beheiry was appointed as Managing Director and Chief Executive Office as of March 28, 2017. He has been a member of Telecom Egypt's Board of Directors since March 2016, representing the Egyptian government.
El Beheiry started his career as a design engineer for mobile networks in Alcatel Egypt and contributed in the infrastructure construction for the first mobile network in Egypt during the period from 1995 to 1998. In July 1998, he joined Mobinil (currently Orange Egypt) as a Network Development Manager, assuming various positions till he served as the Networks & Roaming Director, prior to starting his own private business.
In 2007, he founded Telecomax Group for Investment and Development that represents a group of companies operating in the fields of telecommunications and Information Technology services in Egypt, Africa and the Middle East. He also served as the group board Chairman till March 2016.
In 2014, El Beheiry co-established "IDEA"; Investment for Development in Emerging Africa, a Company focusing on infrastructure, power and water projects development in Africa. He served as the company Managing Director till December 2015.
El Beheiry has a number of researches contributing in the field of Mobile Communications Engineering that was published in the Telecom World Conference in California in 1997 and in the International Institute for Communications and Information Technology (IEEE) Magazine in May 2001.
El Beheiry holds a Bachelor Science in Communications Engineering from the University of Alexandria in 1994, with an honors degree, and then he continued his theoretical studies to get a Master's degree in Mobile Communications Engineering in 1997 and a Master of Business Administration from the Arab Academy for Science and Technology in collaboration with the French University of Rennes.

Ashraf Ismail

Nonexecutive Board Member

Army General Ismail, has been appointed to the Board of Telecom Egypt in March 2016, representing the government. He is the chief of staff of the Egyptian Signal Corps in the Egyptian Armed Forces.

Mohamed Shamroukh

Executive Board Member; Senior Vice President for Financial, Administrative Affairs & CFO

Shamroukh was appointed member of Telecom Egypt’s Board of Directors in March 2016, representing the government.
Shamroukh was appointed to Telecom Egypt’s VP for Financial Affairs & Chief Financial Officer (CFO) in March 2016.
Shamroukh first joined Telecom Egypt in 2002 as a Network Engineer, undertaking various responsibilities and roles before being appointed Operations General Manager, in 2007. In 2009, he was appointed to the role of Corporate Strategy Director.
Shamroukh holds an Executive Masters in Business Administration from IESE Business School and a Bachelor of Science in Electronics and Electric Communication from Cairo University.

Hussien Amin

Nonexecutive Board Member

Amin was appointed member of Telecom Egypt’s Board of Directors in March 2016, representing the government.
Amin is a professor and former chair of Journalism and Mass Communication department and director of the Kamal Adham Center for Television and Digital Journalism at the school of Global Affairs and Public Policy, the American University in Cairo.
He serves on many boards including the World Congress of Middle East Studies, the Global Informatics Forum, the Information Technology Institute (ITI), and the H.H. Sheikh Salem Al-Ali Al-Sabah informatics Award
Amin received his Doctoral degree from the Ohio State University in 1986.

Mohamed Attia-Allah

Executive Board Member

Attia-Allah was appointed member of Telecom Egypt’s Board of Directors in June 2014, representing the company’s Employee Union.
He is appointed as the company’s Manpower Planning Manager for Technical Affairs.
Attia-Allah is a board member in the Loyalty and Membership Fund, as well as a board member of Telecom Egypt’s Sports Club.
Attia-Allah holds a Bachelor degree from the High Institute for Studies, in 1990. He also obtained a diploma in Business Administration, in 2006.

Ahmed Abu-Ali

Nonexecutive Board Member

Abou Ali was appointed member of Telecom Egypt’s Board of Directors, as an independent Board Member.
Abou Ali combines Egyptian and US legal education and practice, with experience in banking, commercial and corporate in both markets. In the US, he was involved in several corporate financing, leveraged buy-outs and corporate restructuring as an attorney with the Chicago law firm of Sidley & Austin.
Abou Ali served as attorney of the Supreme Court of Egypt. He is also a partner in Hassouna & Abou Ali for legal consulting. He has special experience in corporate, commercial and financial law.
He acts regularly as a legal advisor to the boards of several local subsidiaries of multinational companies and Egyptian joint stock companies.
Abou Ali holds an International Law degree from Notre Dame Law School (London School of Economics - LSE), in 1979. Also holds a L.L.M (Master of Laws) degree from Harvard University, in 1985.

Mohammed Hany Seif El Nasr

Nonexecutive Board Member

El Nasr has been appointed member of Telecom Egypt’s Board of Directors in March 2016, as an independent Board Member.
El Nasr is the chairman of the Arab Investment Bank since 2011, He has been offering many years of experience in the banking, financial, social and developmental domains.
He took over the presidency of important financial and banking institutions, of which are: Chairman of Misr Arab African Bank, CEO of the Arab Bank Corporation (ABC-Egypt), Managing Director of the Social Fund for development (SFD), as well as former Board of Director's member in Bank Misr, National Bank of Egypt (NBE) and the Commercial International Bank (CIB), and previously served as President of the Arab Union for small enterprises and President of Union of Arab Investors.

Amr Mansour

Nonexecutive Board Member

Mohamed Barakat

Nonexecutive Board Member

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