Ms. Elham Al Qasim is the board member for Cambridge Medical and Rehabilitation Center. She is also a Non-Executive Board Member at Amanat Holdings PJSC (“Amanat”). Ms. Elham Al Qasim serves as Digital14’s Chief Executive Officer, steering the organisation’s strategic direction, and leading over 1,000 staff in their purpose-driven work to deliver trust in digital so that clients can innovate and fulfil their potential. Prior to joining Digital14, Ms. Elham enjoyed a global career with executive roles in investment and asset management. More recently, Ms. Elham served as CEO of Abu Dhabi Investment Office (ADIO) and Executive Director of the Ghadan 21 programme at the Abu Dhabi Executive Office where she led the strategic planning for the government’s three-year, AED 50 billion investment programme aimed at accelerating Abu Dhabi’s economy. Prior to this, Ms. Elham was a Director of Mubadala Investment Company, focusing on Mubadala’s Technology and Industry portfolio. Her responsibilities included building investment/entry strategy, business development, value creation, and post-acquisition asset management in sectors including Metals & Mining, Semiconductors, and Technology. During this time, Ms. Elham also served on the executive leadership team of Emirates Global Aluminium and delivered a two-year post-merger integration program. Ms. Elham has served on a number of boards and is currently a Board Member of publicly listed International Holding Company and the Khalifa Fund, a government-owned SME Fund. Ms. Elham’s international career includes JPMorgan Investment Bank, where she was part of the Global Diversified Industrials Team based in London handling M&A transactions in chemicals, metals and mining, and infrastructure. Ms. Elham Al Qasim holds an MSc from the School of Social Policy at the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Business from the American University in Dubai. In April 2010, Ms. Elham became the first Arab woman to ski to the North Pole.