Neveen El Tahri was appointed as the board member of Orange Egypt in March 2013.
33 years of financial and business experience. Graduating in 1980 from Cairo University Faculty of Economics & Political Science and today an alumni of both the Harvard Business School and London Business School.
In 2007 sold majority stakes in most of her founded companies and established “Delta Shield” focusing on advising Family Businesses, whilst newly established "Delta Inspire" the specialized incubation/acceleration arm, managing "138 Pyramids" the funding arm.
The first woman elected to sit on the board of the Egyptian Stock Exchange for 2 consecutive terms 1997-2003. Neveen also sat on many public and private sector boards; she was also the Country Representative of Royal Bank of Scotland "RBS" (Previously ABN AMRO Bank NV) and sat on the Bank's Middle East Advisory Board. Currently sits on the boards of: Egyptian Financial Supervisory Authority “EFSA”; Egyptian Company for Mobile Services “Orange Egypt”; Arab Moltaqa Investments; Regina for Pasta & Food Products and the Board of Trustees of Technology Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center “TIEC” as well as non-profit organizations e.g. INJAZ Egypt and foreign entities e.g. OECD MENA Women’s Business Forum (Co-Chair), YPO-WPO, CEO.
Won various local & International awards, e.g.; named by FT as one of the “Leading Businesswomen in the Arab World” and locally one of the 10 awards presented by the Egyptian Ministry of Investment in March 2007 on the Global Women Day for having positively contributed to the investment enviroment of Egypt. Awarded in December 2013 by the American Chamber of Commerce title of top “Corporate Women in Egypt” and also same award over the 9 Chambers of the Region. In 2014 nominated by Forbes Middle East as one of the "200 Most Powerful Arab Women".