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February 18th, 2014
Hadeel Ibrahim

Hadeel Ibrahim

Hadeel Ibrahim, Mo Ibrahim Foundation Founding Executive Director

Hadeel Ibrahim is the Founding Executive Director of the Mo Ibrahim Foundation, which was established in 2006 to support great African Leadership.

Ibrahim has been recognized on Forbes magazine’s list of The 20 African Young Women Leaders of 2013.

Ibrahim is the Co-Chair of theNew Africa Center, New York and serves on the Boards of the Mary Robinson Foundation for Climate Justice, Femmes Africa Solidarité, and the African Governance Institute (AGI).

Ibrahim is a member the Boards of the Mary Robinson Foundation – Climate Justice (MRFCJ), which is a center for thought leadership, education and advocacy on the struggle to ensure global justice for those people vulnerable to the impacts of climate change who are usually forgotten.

Ibrahim is also on the Board of the Carter Center UK, Refugees International and the Institute of African Leadership for Sustainable Development (UONGOZI Institute) in Tanzania.

Ibrahim is a Patron of Restless Development, a youth led development agency.

Ibrahim is also on the board of UNESCO’s LEAP Programme, which fosters local effort and preservation of cultural heritage.

Ibrahim previously spent time with the Africa Section of Actis Private Equity Investors, an emerging markets private equity company and with EMP Africa.

In 2010, Ibrahim was a keynote speaker at the Conference organized by Legatum Center for Development and Entrepreneurship in and hosted by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

The Conference hosted other prominent thought leaders including Linda Rottenberg, CEO and Co-Founder of Endeavor, and Njuguna Ndung’u, the Governor of the Central Bank of Kenya.

Through other conferences such as the TEDxEuston Conference in London, Ibrahim continues to share valuable insights about how we can re-define and re-imagine Africa.

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