Zoomin’ Out: Mohamed el Roubi ’99

Building on the success of its Zoomin' In series, the Office of Alumni/ae Relations and Development is proud to announce the launch of Zoomin' Out, a fall series of one-on-one conversations with a selection of outstanding international alumni/ae. Graduates will join Mielle Marquis, director of external affairs, to talk about their unique career paths and experiences living and practicing abroad.

Friday, September 24, 2021 | 12:00 PM ET
Zoomin’ Out: Alumni/ae Global Series
Independent Board Consultant
Canberra, Australia

Mohamed el Roubi is an experienced executive and general counsel and a specialist in business resilience, corporate restructuring, M&A and issues management. He has broad legal, governance, risk and compliance experience across a range of industries operating in a multi-jurisdictional context.

As a successful member of senior executive management teams at Orascom Telecom, General Electric, Amec Foster Wheeler and GardaWorld, Mohamed has contributed to business strategy and management beyond functional responsibilities, and has provided impactful legal support for countless initiatives over twenty two years. Mohamed has worked extensively throughout five continents and has a particular focus on complex and ambiguous legal and operating environments including the Middle East and Africa.

Mohamed has led large (40+) multi-disciplined legal and compliance functions in complex matrices and across various cultures and geographies. He has a proven track record of identifying, managing, and developing talented lawyers and compliance professionals.

A bi-lingual (English/Arabic) Northeastern University School of Law graduate, Mohamed has both corporate and private practice experience, is admitted to practice as an attorney and counsellor at law in Massachusetts and the District of Columbia,1 and is a thought leader and a regular conference speaker on corporate governance and business ethics. Mohamed is also an experienced independent non-executive director, a Fellow of the Governance Institute of Australia and a Member of the Australian Institute of Company Directors. Mohamed is married with two children and lives in Canberra, Australia. 1 Mohamed is not admitted to practice law in Australia.

He is currently working on satisfying the requirements for admission as a lawyer in New South Wales.

September 24, 2021

12:00 pm to 1:00 pm

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