MIT Sloan School of Management Students Participate in ABANA Program Fellowship

ABANA is proud to announce the MIT Sloan School of Management MBA students participating in the ABANA Program Fellowship to be held in conjunction with this year’s Celebration of Women in Finance & Investment.

Participating fellows, some of whom will be sponsored by participating institutions, will receive a 1-year complimentary ABANA Student Membership and the opportunity of having their CV included in an ABANA resume book that will be distributed to our members and conference attendees.

The ABANA Program Fellows from MIT Sloan School of Management are:

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Ousama El Ghazzi is a second-year MBA candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management. Ousama worked as a Management Consultant with Booz & Company focusing on media, manufacturing and public sector practices. Throughout his tenure with the firm, Ousama covered projects in Kuwait, Lebanon, Qatar, Saudi Arabia and United Arab of Emirates. Prior that, Ousama worked as a Business Analyst in the Strategic Planning and Business Development Department at twofour54 – Media Zone Authority in Abu Dhabi, United Arab of Emirates. Ousama holds a Bachelor of Economics with a minor in Mathematics from The American University of Beirut.

Sara Mansur is a second-year MBA candidate at MIT Sloan School of Management, pursuing a dual degree Masters in Public Administration with the Harvard Kennedy School of Government. Before Sloan, Sara worked as a consultant for Monitor Group, where she worked primarily with public sector and technology clients. Previously, Sara worked in climate and energy policy for the Breakthrough Institute, a public policy think tank. This summer, Sara was an MBA intern with Uber. Sara received a BA in International Relations and Middle East Studies from Brown University. Sara was raised in the United States and is of Palestinian-Lebanese descent..