17/11/2014

Knowledge Oman appoints BabySam as its New Vice President

Knowledge Oman announced the appointment of BabySam Samuel as its new vice president as part of the strategic growth and expansion of the community following the transition that began last month in October where the the Founder Tariq Al-Barwani stepped down voluntairly to support leadership growth of the members and appointed Rym Aoudia as its new President to head the leading community knowledge-sharing platform in the Sultanate.

In his role as a VP at Knowledge Oman, Sam will be responsible for extending the reach of the community activities by building partnerships and engaging with the local enterprises for further building the platform for the society. He will also support in overseeing the operations of the platform by extending his rich experience in the area of management and leadership.

Sam has over 15 years of in senior management roles across various sectors, particular IT. He is involved in diverse entrepreneurial activities, including being the General Manager of Intertech and Chief strategist, Tactician & Mentor for the design house Adventz, and Business advisor for few other start-up initiatives in Oman including 2 mid-sized entities. BabySam Samuel has Masters in Business Administration, Post Grad Diploma in HR Management and is currently pursuing a PhD.

“BabySam Samuel brings years of expertise that will strategically contribute to our current progress in Knowledge Oman and support our new administration to manage the development taking place. I have much confidence in him and that we can move forward to take Knowledge Oman even to the next level,” said Rym Aoudia, President of Knowledge Oman.

Driven by a diverse team of volunteers from various professions, Knowledge Oman is the country’s leading community platform focused on His Majesty’s vision of a knowledge society. Knowledge Oman is committed to the mission of serving the nation through knowledge-based initiatives and contributing to the betterment of the people and country.