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Emirates appoints manager HR in North America

Posted 5 August 2015 · Add Comment

The Emirates Group has appointed a UAE National to a strategic HR position in North America. Wasan Al Husseiny became manager human resources for the US and Canada markets earlier this month, overseeing the group's HR operations in the region.

Al Husseiny started her career with Emirates in 2006 as a trainee in Human Resources, providing business support for Emirates’ engineering department. Since then, she served in a number of operational and non-operational roles within Emirates. 

After working as an HR specialist for 5 years, Al Husseiny was promoted to HR manager, responsible for the Far East and West Asia region. In 2014 she became Manager HR International, managing a global team with an expansive portfolio covering Africa, Middle East, Far East, West Asia and the Indian Ocean. 

“My career with Emirates has been a rewarding journey, providing me with a depth of experience. I look forward to applying the knowledge I’ve gained and I look forward to working with our team in North America to continue to build the group’s reputation across the region” said Al Husseiny.

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