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Senior Vice President Fady Kassatly leads the firm’s digital government practice in MENA. He has more than 22 years of strategy and business experience from various consulting engagements in North America, Europe, and the Middle East.
Fady advises top government leaders and senior business executives, leading major engagements in strategy and business planning, including e-Government, smart government, innovation, information and communications technologies and large scale business transformations. He drives projects across various sectors with a special focus on the public sector.
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“Fady advises top government leaders and senior business executives, leading major engagements in strategy and business planning, including e-Government, smart government, innovation, information and communication technologies and large scale business transformations.”
Prior to joining the firm in 2014, Fady was a principal at Booz & Company. Previously, he served as a senior project manager at Deloitte Consulting and as a project manager at Proximi-T Consulting, both in Montréal. He was also a lead consultant for the World Bank.
Fady holds a master of science in management science from HEC Montréal and a bachelor of commerce in management from McGill University.
Profile updated April 2017