Meet Dr Moudhi Aljamea, STC's first female executive

First female executive at the Saudi telco.
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Saudi Arabian telecommunications company STC has appointed its first female executive.

Dr Moudhi Aljamea is the new GM of the ICT School at STC Academy - becoming the first Saudi woman to occupy an executive position at what is one of Saudi Arabia's largest companies.

Dr Aljamea has a PhD in computer security, and vast experience in cyber and information security. Prior joining STC, she was the president of entrepreneurship unit and business incubator in Imam Abdulrahman Bin Faisal University. She is also an expert in computer security.

In a statement, STC said appointing Dr Aljamea reflects its commitment to recruit and support Saudi talents for leading positions.

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