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Emirates Group appoints Hana Al Awadhi as vice president HR

Posted 7 May 2019 · Add Comment

The Emirates Group has appointed Hana Al Awadhi as vice president HR earlier this month, overseeing dnata’s HR Business partnership at dnata Airport Operations in Dubai and across the world.

 

Al Awadhi started her career with Emirates in 2006 as a Human Resources Specialist in HR Business Support department, supporting Emirates Airport Services. Since then, she has progressed and served in a number of operational roles within Emirates including flight operations, Emirates engineering, service delivery, network control and Emirates security.

After gaining 13 years of HR experience, Al Awadhi was promoted to be the first UAE National to lead dnata’s HR in the role of vice president – Human Resources Business Partnership. In her new role, Al Awadhi will partner with dnata Airport Operations’ senior leadership team across the globe.

“My career with the Emirates Group has been such a rewarding journey. From day one, I’ve been presented with development opportunities which enabled me to build a strong foundation and gain valuable experience. I look forward to continue contributing to the success of the organization through driving dnata’s people strategy and creating a happy environment for dnata colleagues,” said Hana Al Awadhi

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