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The Sultan's School alumni to host CEO Roundtable.


The exclusive roundtable will feature professionals from various fields, all of whom graduated from The Sultan's School

The Sultan's School Alumni Association (TSSAA) is gearing up to host its first ever CEO Roundtable featuring some of its most successful and distinguished alumni on November 6

at 7pm. Salaam al Shakhsy, CEO of National Bank of Oman, Mul-ham al Jarf, deputy CEO of Oman Oil Company and Malak al Shaibani, CEO and founder of Creative Links, will provide valuable insights on the success of The Sultan's School alumni in the workplace. Sarah al Moosa, senior legal consultant at DLA Piper Oman and president of TSSAA, said, "This is the first time that we are organising a CEO Roundtable and it is the first in a series of roundtables we will be organising. The purpose of such roundtables is to provide our alumni with a forum to professionally network and provide valuable feedback from the benefit of our professional experience" said Sarah.

"Alumni of The Sultan's School have undoubtedly gained an edge from the education they received here. Historically, and until today, graduates from The Sultan's School have distinguished themselves and set themselves apart in the workplace. We would like to share our perspectives on what has led to this professional success and achievement," she added.

It will be an event exclusive to The Sultan's School alumni and current TSS students in Years 10-13 and their parents. The panellists will talk to current students about what made them successful, and provide guiding principles on what kind of decisions they would need to make in their higher education pursuits that will give them a professional edge. "Today, many young people change jobs and careers often. The panellists of the roundtable will also highlight some of these challenges and offer insights into staying successful and setting yourself apart under these circumstances," added Sarah. At the end of the roundtable there will be a short Q&A session for some of the current students and alumni to ask the distinguished guests their own questions.

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Publication:The Week (Muscat, Oman)
Date:Nov 4, 2012
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