Partner, Mckinsey & Company
Mona Hammami is a Partner at Mckinsey & Company. Prior to that she was a Senior Director at the Office of Strategic Affairs, Abu Dhabi Crown Prince Court where her role included analysis of social and economic developments globally and locally to support policy making. Prior to joining the crown Prince Court she was a manager at Booz and Company as part of the public sector practice team focusing on a wide range of public policy issues including: social and labor policies and macroeconomic policy among other areas. She also worked as an economist with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the UN Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA). She has authored and co-authored several papers including an IMF paper on the determinants of Public Private Partnerships. She has three major books: “Looking Ahead: The 50 Trends that Matter”, “Looking Ahead: The Sustainable Global Agenda” and “The Giving World: How maximizing three financial forces could revolutionize global development”. Mona holds a PhD in Development Studies from the University of Oxford and a Master in Public Administration International Development from Harvard Kennedy School. She is a recipient of both the H.R.H. Princess Banderi Al-Faisal Public Service Fellowship and Sheikh Abdulaziz Al-Tuwaijri International Public Service Fellowship. In 2010, she set-up her own Graduate fellowship fund to Sponsor a student into the MPAID program at Harvard Kennedy School. She is a WEF Young Global Leader and the chair of Uniting to Combat NTDs.