Rosa Maria Ailabouni
Housing and Urban Development (joined: July 23, 2018)
Senior Advisor to the Chief Financial Officer | $152,760
Bio, via LinkedIn:
Ms. Ailabouni has 15 years of experience assisting commercial and government clients in strategic planning, business process improvement, organizational analysis and design, and change management. She has led organizational transformations and worked on process optimization projects that have led to more efficient and effective processes in the financial services, energy, and government sectors. Ms. Ailabouni has developed and implemented institutional strengthening and capacity building programs, and has worked with senior management clients in the U.S., Africa, Middle East, Eastern Europe and the Former Soviet Union. She has also worked across projects and programs to facilitate communication among project/ program stakeholders. Having worked and traveled throughout the Middle East and North Africa, and sub-Saharan Africa, she has used her language skills in French and Arabic to speak in both professional and casual contexts. She holds several advanced level university degrees including a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from Cornell University, a Master of International Affairs (MIA) from Columbia University in International Energy Management and Policy, a Masters degree (Diplome) from Sciences Po Paris and Graduate Certificates in Homeland Security, Emergency Preparedness and Response and Western European Studies from George Washington University and Columbia University, respectively. She also obtained two university undergraduate degrees in International Affairs and Political Science, and French from The Ohio State University. Ms. Ailabouni is a Certified Business Analysis Professional (CBAP) and is a Prosci-certified Change Practitioner. She is also an Associate Business Continuity Professional (ABCP).
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