5 celebrated Business School alumni who did an MBA 

Posted by Cass online on 01-Oct-2020 09:00:00

With a 50-year history teaching some of the most brilliant business minds from across the world, we’re always proud to see our alumni go from success to success. 

While an MBA is certainly no easy commitment, the knowledge and opportunities it can unlock are invaluable. Our students embody the same values we promote as an institution – they are driven, practical, and internationally-minded. Through the support our academics provide, these qualities are amplified to create individuals who can thrive in a variety of organisations and sectors. 

To recognise their dedication to professional growth and lifelong learning, we’re shining a light on the incredible work of just a few of our MBA alumni. 

Shelley Doorey-Williams 
Partner, Sionic 

A member of the Board of Governors of The London Institute of Banking and Finance, and an active advocate for gender diversity in financial services, Shelley has nearly 30 years’ experience in business management and corporate governance. These exceptionacredentials saw her join Sionic as a partner earlier this year – a global consulting firm with a workforce of over 300 professionals and bases across North America, Europe, and Asia. 

 View Shelley's LinkedIn profile.

Dr Muhtar Kent 
Former Chairman and CEO, The Coca-Cola Company 

Muhtar became CEO of The Coca-Cola Company in 2008, and chairman in 2009 – positions he held for close to a decade. One of the few corporations that needs no introduction, The Coca-Cola Company has become a household name since its beginnings in 1892, and is the largest beverage manufacturer and distributor in the worldIn addition to its iconic soft drinks, the company has also diversified to include juices, teas, coffees, and more. 

 View Muhtar's LinkedIn profile.

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Ibrahim Al Mallouhi 
Founder, The Espresso Lab 

The Espresso Lab is the UAE’s first specialty coffee house. It offers customers a uniquely personal experience in coffee consumption, with the aim to pass on an understanding and appreciation of the multitude of ways beans can be grown and served. Ibrahim’s company has been met with acclaim from customers and critics alike; The Espresso Lab was awarded ‘Best Special Drink’ by Brand Dubai, and has a string of wins in the Brewers Cup Championships, including taking Silver in 2019. 

 View Ibrahim's LinkedIn profile.

Tae-Shin Kwon 
Vice Chairman and CEO, Federation of Korean Industries 

Boasting over 40 years of experience in the finance world, Tae-Shin has held the position of Vice Chairman and CEO of the Federation of Korean Industries (FKI) since 2017. An NGO made up of Korea’s leading business groups and associations, the FKI has been supporting the development of the Korean economy since its establishment in 1961. The organisation is now developing Korean economic growth strategy and regulation reform measures with Tae-Shin’s considerable expertise.  

 View Tae-Shin's LinkedIn profile.

Eyad Abu-Hweij 
Co-Founder & Managing Partner, Noble Partners  

Eyad co-founded Noble Partners in 2016An independent private equity and venture capital house, Noble Partners utilises market intelligence and regional expertise to maximise returns on small and medium-sized investment opportunities in Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) societies. With his extensive knowledge in provincial investment and strategy development, Eyad’s been able to establish the company as an excellent player in the industry. 

 View Eyad's LinkedIn profile.

If you’re ready to forge an exciting new path in your own career, our Global MBA is an excellent way to realise these ambitions. Part-time and entirely online, you can complete your course while honouring any career commitments, and still receive the world-class teaching for which the Business School (formerly Cass) is known:

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