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Dr. Walid Fayad is an executive vice president, leading the firm’s activities in the energy, chemicals, and utilities sectors. He also a part of the leadership team of the Middle East and North Africa region. Walid brings more than 15 years of experience in electricity, water, oil and gas, chemicals, information and communications technology, as well as environment and sustainability in the Middle East and around the globe. Walid also led a number of large-scale transformations and restructuring programs in these sectors.
Walid's specializations include policy making, strategy, operations, restructuring, organizational transformation, and private sector participation.
Additionally, Walid currently serves as vice-chairman of the board of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) Enterprise Forum. He first joined our firm in 2002, and re-joined from Booz & Company in 2014. Prior to his work at the firm, Walid served as a management consultant at McKinsey and a research associate in Electronic Materials at MIT.
Walid holds a diplôme d’ingénieur from École Polytechnique, France, a diplôme d’ingénieur des arts et manufactures from École Centrale Paris; an M.S. in civil and environmental engineering from MIT, and a Ph.D. in electronic materials from MIT.
Profile updated May 2015.