Tamara Abdel-Jaber

Partner - Amam Ventures

Tamara Abdel-Jaber is a co-founder and the chief executive officer at Palma Consulting. She is responsible for strategy, project oversight, performance management and business development. She currently serves as the elected Chair of the Global Institute of Certified Management Consultants. Tamara is also a founding member of Girls in Tech – Jordan Chapter and served as its chair. Additionally, Tamara serves on the board of the Business and Professional Women Association in Jordan. She also serves as an observer for the World Bank’s Women Entrepreneurs Finance Initiative (We-Fi) Governing Committee.
In her belief in the importance of women networking and support groups, Tamara recently co-founded the Women in Business Arabia network which grew organically to 33K members of business owners and professional women. She mentors and advises several startups and women-led businesses. She is also a part of the VV100, a select group of 100 of the most engaged and visionary members of the Vital Voices Global Leadership Network.
Tamara was selected to take part in the 2009 Fortune/ U.S. State Department Global Women Leaders Mentoring Partnership where she was mentored by c-level executives at Accenture in New York and Chicago. Tamara was also selected to participate in the Presidential Entrepreneurship Summit in Washington D.C., USA.
In recognition to Tamara’s contribution to spark business innovation and entrepreneurship in the MENA region, she has been ranked at number 39 of 100 Most Powerful Arab Women for 2011. For three years in a row (2011-2013), Arabian Business recognized Tamara on its list of Power 500 (Most Influential Arabs). Tamara was also recognized by Forbes Middle East as one of the 200 Most Powerful Arab Women for 2014.
Tamara participated in many national and international conferences, as a lecturer and key-note speaker on the topics of strategy, business and digital transformation, as well as entrepreneurship and women leadership and empowerment.

14.45 - 15.45

Day 1 30 Mai

Panel #2

Le financement de l'entrepreneuriat social, défis et opportunités