CEO at Strata Manufacturing PJSC (Strata)
Badr Al-Olama is Chief Executive Officer at Strata Manufacturing PJSC (Strata) and an Associate Director at Mubadala Aerospace & Defense Services. Badr also serves as a member of the Global Agenda Council for the Future of Manufacturing of the World Economic Forum, and was nominated by the Forum to be a Young Global Leader for the Middle East and North Africa region.
Badr has been instrumental in Strata’s recent growth in the aerospace industry. In just five years, Strata has forged partnerships with industry leading Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEM’s) growing the company up to become a global tier 1 supplier.
During his tenure with Mubadala, Badr played a key role in the development of Nibras – the Al Ain Aerospace Park, a joint initiative between Mubadala and Abu Dhabi Airports Company (ADAC), which will establish a sustainable global aerospace ecosystem in Abu Dhabi. Committed to contributing to socio-economic development, Badr is also leading the efforts behind setting up the world’s first Global Manufacturing & Industrialisation Summit which will be held in Abu Dhabi in 2017.
In addition to his role at Strata and Mubadala, Badr serves as President of the Harvard Club of the UAE and is the Chairman of Bidayaat – the region’s leading childcare company.
Prior to his tenure with Mubadala, Badr was an advocate and legal consultant at Habib Al-Mulla & Company – now operating as Baker & McKenzie Habib Al-Mulla – a leading law firm in the UAE.
Badr holds a Bachelor’s degree in Sharia’h and Law from the UAE University (2002) and an LLM degree from Harvard Law School (2005).
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