Abdulla Abduljabbar Mohammad Al-Majid Almheiri held many leadership positions in the government and the private sector. Currently, he is the undersecretary assistant for Support Services in Ministry of Justice. He supervises several strategic projects, such as the e-Justice project. He also worked as the chief Innovation officer at Ministry. He also worked at Microsoft Corporation as a program manager for the MENA region and supervised the federal egovernment program during his work at Ministry of Development, and honored to serve his country while joining the General Command of the Armed Forces. During his work that exceeded 30 years in both government and private sector, he has been proving his competence efficiency and dedication to work.
In addition to his significant contribution in supporting work policies, strive to achieve the strategic goals and plans together with the leadership teams in the institutions he worked at. Al-Majid graduated from the Nottingham Trent University and High Colleges of Technology, as he majored in business information technology. He also joined many academic programs at Microsoft Academy, Oxford University, John F. Kennedy school of Harvard University, INSEAD, Duke, and Cambridge University. He also graduated from several programs organized by the Prime Minister’s Office, such as the Emirates Government Leadership Program, the Governmental Innovation Experts Program, and the Future foresight Experts Program. Al-Majid participated in many local, regional, and international committees. He also participated as a speaker in many conferences worldwide and has published many papers and reports in innovation justice, future foresight laws and artificial intelligence fields.