Executive Director of the British Egyptian Business Association (BEBA)
Nadia Lamloum has been working as the Executive Director of the British Egyptian Business Association (BEBA) since 2008. Lamloum has tremendous experience in management, leadership, along with organizing national, regional and international conferences. She has a vast network of contacts with government, private sector and civil society representatives in Egypt, the US and worldwide.
Lamloum is immensely knowledgeable about economic issues relevant to Egypt at the national, regional, and international levels. She has liaised with government and civil society representatives in Egypt and the US to tackle issues of common interest and conflict.
Moreover, Lamloum organized and participated in more than 20 annual missions to the United States and other trips to Africa on behalf of the private sector aimed to promote the COMESA conferences in Egypt, the Middle East, and Europe.
She has also held a number of discussion sessions in coordination with development organizations concerned with the economic development file in Egypt.
For 25 years, Lamloum has gained a lot of experience in the management of associations and projects, and has served as Operation Director at the American Chamber of Commerce in Egypt for ten years. She has also worked as Executive Director of the International Economic Forum of Egypt, part of the World Economic Forum, for 10 years.
Furthermore, Lamloum served as Executive Director of a Canadian International Development Agency-led project.
Lamloum holds a Bachelor of Communications degree from the American University in Cairo and a Diploma of Management from the University of Delaware, USA. She also obtained several specialized certificates from the American Society of Association Managers.