Rehana Ameer is the first Indian born woman elected as a Common Councillor in the City of London Corporation’s 950 years of history in March 2017.
She is a serial entrepreneur with ventures in Consulting (IT, Engineering and Management) Education and Healthcare. She possesses over 25 years of experience in IT and Management Consulting where she has led, managed and successfully delivered large multimillion-pounds IT and business transformation projects for multinational companies worldwide.
Rehana is the co-founder of Global Diplomats and Economic forum, which focusses on policy and trade delegations for businesses of the 4.0 era. She is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is an honorary member of CEO Clubs Network UAE. She is also a Trustee of Trust for London. Rehana is on the Significant Business Committee of the East London NHS Foundation Trust where she provides strategic advice and guidance on the Trust’s investments and other commercial activities. She is an advisor to a few Chambers of Commerce in the UK and abroad where she mentors and provides strategic advice to entrepreneurs and professionals.
Rehana is also a Trustee at Asian Women’s Resource Centre a 40-year-old charity that supports over 3000 women and children every year who are affected by domestic violence and abuse in the UK. Her key interest areas are entrepreneurship, technology, women empowerment, education, housing, health, and international trade. Her interest also includes promoting the City of London in overseas markets with a focus in India and she actively engages in promoting trade between the UK and India.
Rehana holds an MBA in International Business from the UK and several IT and Management certifications to her credit such as PRINCE2, SAP, MSP, ITIlLV3, Cloud Computing, Change Management, TOGAF and many more.
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