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Based in Beirut, Lebanon, Dr. Raymond Khoury leads Booz Allen’s Digital Solutions business in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. He and his team focus primarily on taking clients’ digital agendas from mere concepts to operating realities.
His areas of expertise in the digital domain include:
Raymond specializes in large-scale transformation programs in the public and private sectors. His project areas include next generation smart government strategies, intelligent infrastructure designs, sector-specific mobile app prototyping, location-aware services applications, big data analytics, and strategic program management constructs.
Prior to re-joining Booz Allen in 2014, he served as a partner at Booz & Company in the Middle East. He previously served as a senior associate and principal at Booz Allen and as government technical cooperation director at UNDP in Lebanon. Prior to that, he was a senior information communications technology advisor to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and an international business development manager at Multinational Multimedia Computing, a U.S.-based firm.
Raymond is a member of the Chi Epsilon and Sigma XI Scientific Research engineering honor societies, and was awarded the Golden Merit Medal for Good Governance by the Tatweej Academy for Excellence.
He holds a Ph.D., Engineer’s Degree, and M.S. in engineering from MIT and a B.S. in engineering from Northeastern University.