• العربية

Asma A. Siddiki, PH.D.

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Currently a leader at the Prince Mohammed Bin Salman College of Business and Entrepreneurship (MBSC), Dr. Asma Siddiki has an impeccable record in the education sector for achieving results, excellence in execution of strategic initiatives and institution building. She has led across the spectrum of the education sector in the MENA region, collaborating with global top-ranked institutions.

With twenty-five years of experience, she is a globally recognized Saudi female leader and policy advisor at critical National and Global forums focusing on thought leadership in Education, Entrepreneurship, Youth and Women in Saudi Arabia. Her recent notable contributions are to The G20 2020 taskforces during The G20 Presidency of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the World Economic Forum MENA. Since 2002, she has been a frequent participant and representative of the education sector and women leaders, alongside members of the Council of Ministers, Shoura Council members, and Public and Private sector leaders at Saudi delegations to the UK, the United States of America, India, China and Germany.

Dr. Siddiki’s entrepreneurial drive led her to establish Oxbridge Learning Limited, delivering transformative educational programs for global youth hosted at the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge in the UK, and in places such as Silicon Valley, Amsterdam and the UAE, focusing on interdisciplinary learning across STEAM.

She is a strong supporter of entrepreneurial innovation as an angel investor and advisor to global startups.

Given Dr. Siddiki’s multicultural background, trilingual fluency, and education in Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Saudi Arabia, she possesses unique experiences, skills and worldviews that give her a distinct advantage in leadership positions. She is a proponent of the importance of diverse life-long learning, twenty-first century skills, and the role of women in leadership for the development of national human capital.

She is a role model to aspiring young women and men in Saudi Arabia, and a mother dedicated to the development of her children by cultivating a love of learning.