Ms Rania Abdalla, the founder and Managing Director of IRC Egypt & UAE, fills the position formally occupied by Mr Hamilton Teixeira, Managing Partner of IRC Brazil, who completed 6 successful years as a member of the IRC Executive Board.Ranked among the world’s 5 largest retained search firms, IRC Global Executive Search Partners is an alliance that embodies the best of both worlds – Globally Connected and Locally Committed.
October 16th 2015
Ms Rania Abdalla, the founder and Managing Director of IRC Egypt & UAE, fills the position formally occupied by Mr Hamilton Teixeira, Managing Partner of IRC Brazil, who completed 6 successful years as a member of the IRC Executive Board.
Hamilton Teixeira commented: "It has been my honor and privilege ￼to work with such a great group of professionals and friends. I am proud to belong to one of the top 5 global networks and contribute to the ability to offer our clients, across all continents, world-class search competency together with the personal touch of a boutique approach. I am sure Rania will do a great job as a new IRC Board member.”
Rania Abdalla, a graduate of the American University in Cairo, has 20 years of experience in Human Resources of which 11 years were in PepsiCo where she held international managerial positions in London, Dubai and eventually in Cairo as the HR Director for PepsiCo Egypt. Rania has won a number of global and regional awards in recent years, including the overall winner of the Emirates Business woman Award (www.ewa.ae) and the PepsiCo Chairman's Award.
Rania is excited about her new role: “It is a great pleasure to be elected as IRC board member. I am very excited and ready to make a difference. I would like to acknowledge the great achievements of Hamilton Teixeira and to thank Patrick Westerburger and the Board members. I feel it is a great challenge for which I shall devote all my energy and enthusiasm.”
Mr Patrick Westerburger, President of the executive board concludes: “Rania Abdalla brings HR experience from one of the most significant US FMCG companies in Europe and the Middle East. Her cross-cultural leadership expertise has been awarded numerous times. She understands what it takes to be part of the IRC board and leadership team. Our ambitions are limitless and Rania will contribute greatly provide to our organization and clients, not only today but also in the future.”
IRC Global Executive Search Partners is a global professional alliance of executive search firms, united in their commitment to provide the highest possible standards in management recruitment services. With a growing roster of leading executive search firms across Europe, Middle East, the Americas, Africa, Asia and Australia, IRC Global
￼￼Executive Search Partners has more than 300 accomplished executive search professionals in 80 offices across 6 continents.
Our clients range from large multinationals to middle market companies, and we have a track record of more than 30,000 completed assignments for 2,000+ clients in almost every conceivable industry segment and function. Ranked among the world’s 5 largest retained search firms, IRC Global Executive Search Partners is an alliance that embodies the best of both worlds – Globally Connected and Locally Committed.
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