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Captain Mohamed Juma Al Shamisi brings a wealth of expertise and guidance to AD Ports Group as a respected member of its Board of directors.
Captain Al Shamisi also holds the distinguished role of AD Ports Group’s Managing Director and Group CEO, where he oversees the development of the Group’s portfolio of assets and activities.
Furthermore, Captain Al Shamisi holds the titles of Chairman of Aramex, the Abu Dhabi National Exhibition Company, KEZAD Group, and the Arab Sea Port Federation. His responsibilities also include the role of Vice Chairman of the UAE Sailing & Rowing Federation and board member of the MAKE A WISH Foundation UAE, as well as having previously served as a board member of Etihad Airways.
As an experienced maritime executive, Captain Al Shamisi brings 20 years of industry expertise to the Board. He holds an MBA, an advanced Diploma of Applied Science (shipmaster) and a Graduate Certificate of Management from the University of Tasmania, Australia.
His Excellency Falah Mohammad Al Ahbabi holds the prestigious role of Chairman of AD Ports Group’s Board of Directors. His visionary leadership has seen AD Ports Group transform into an integrated portfolio of world-class ports, economic zones, maritime, logistics and digital businesses driving the growth of international trade.
H.E. Al Ahbabi brings two decades of expertise from several systemic entities in the Emirate of Abu Dhabi to the Chairmanship, including the Department of Municipalities and Transport, Tadweer, Abu Dhabi’s waste management centre, the Abu Dhabi Housing Authority, Emirates Heritage Club, and the Committee responsible for Al Reem Island’s critical infrastructure.
H.E. Al Ahbabi’s commitments also extend to the Abu Dhabi Executive Council, where he is a Member, in addition to chairing the Council’s Infrastructure Committee. He is also a Board member of the Emergencies, Crises and Disasters Management Centre, Etihad Rail, the Environment Agency – Abu Dhabi, Modon Properties, and the Mussafah Future Vision Committee.
H.E. Al Ahbabi holds a Degree in Management from California State University, USA.
Jasim Husain Thabit sits on the Board of Directors of AD Ports Group bringing decades of experience in the energy space to the role.
Mr. Thabit’s expansive professional background comprises of several leadership positions in key Abu Dhabi entities, including serving as Board member of the Abu Dhabi Chamber of Commerce and Industry and Etihad Aviation Group.
Mr. Thabit is currently the Group CEO and Managing Director of Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA), and also sits on the Board of directors. Mr. Thabit has held numerous prominent positions throughout his career, including CEO and Managing Director of Abu Dhabi Power Corporation and CEO of the National Central Cooling Company PJSC (Tabreed).
Mr. Thabit holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from Saint Martin’s University, USA.
Khalifa Sultan Al Suwaidi serves as Vice-Chairman of AD Ports Group’s Board of Directors playing an instrumental role in the company’s success thus far.
Mr. Al Suwaidi brings years of leadership experience across various entities to the role, including his Chairmanship of Agthia Group, as well as his position as Board member of Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA).
Mr. Al Suwaidi is currently the CEO of the Abu Dhabi Growth Fund, and previously held several senior managerial positions in key Abu Dhabi government institutions, including ADQ, Mubadala Investment Company, and Abu Dhabi National Chemical Company.
Mr. Al Suwaidi holds a bachelor’s degree in Business, majoring in Marketing, from California State University, as well as an EMBA with Distinction from Zayed University.
Mansour Mohamed Abdulqader AlMulla is a seasoned professional bringing over two decades of experience in the energy, finance and defence fields to AD Ports Group’s Board of Directors.
Mr. AlMulla is currently the Managing Director and CEO of EDGE Group, where he oversees the strategic, commercial, and operational management of the Group. He also previously held a number of senior financial roles at ADQ and Mubadala Investment Company.
In addition, Mr. AlMulla sits on the Board of Directors of several systemic Abu Dhabi entities, including Abu Dhabi National Energy Company (TAQA), Abu Dhabi Global Market, and Etihad Aviation Group.
Mr. AlMulla holds a bachelor’s degree from Portland State University, USA.
His Excellency Mohamed Ibrahim Al Hammadi brings extensive experience in the energy industry to his role as Board member of AD Ports Group.
H.E. Al Hammadi is currently the Managing Director and CEO of the Emirates Nuclear Energy Corporation (ENEC), having led landmark initiatives within the organisation, including the deployment of the region’s first nuclear power plant, the Barakah Nuclear Energy Plant. He leads the delivery of the wider UAE Peaceful Nuclear Energy Program, to ensure the full value of civil nuclear energy is realized, including domestic and overseas investment, advanced technology, clean fuels and support in advancing related sectors.
H.E. Al Hammadi also brings a wealth of experience to the Boards of Directors of ENEC, Terrapower, the National Marine Dredging Company, AD Ports Group and the World Nuclear Association (WNA). He is the President of the World Association of Nuclear Operators (WANO) and a member of WANO Atlanta Centre’s (AC) Governing Board, and a member of the American Nuclear Society, and the Project Management Institute (USA). This is in addition to his role as senior member of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (USA), the International Council on Large Electric Systems, and the Engineers Association of the UAE.
H.E. Al Hammadi holds a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering and a Master of Science in Engineering Management from the Florida Institute of Technology, USA. He also holds an honorary Doctorate from Ajou University of the Republic of Korea.
Najeeba Aljabri brings over two decades of experience in the chemical engineering industry to her role as member of AD Ports Group’s Board of Directors.
Ms. Aljabri is currently the Vice President – Technical, Midstream of Emirates Global Aluminium.
Ms. Aljabri has an impressive professional background and is an advocate of gender equality in the workplace, and was the first woman to work in Dubai Aluminium’s (DUBAL) operations, as well as being the Middle East’s first female potline operation manager. Additionally she led the start-up of the world’s longest potline utilising the most advanced technology under Emirates Global Aluminium.
Ms. Aljabri holds a bachelor’s degree in Chemical Engineering from United Arab Emirates University in Al Ain, UAE, a Master’s in Process Control from Auckland University, and an MBA from Hult International Business School. She was awarded a Certificate on Aluminium Smelting from the University of New South Wales.
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