North Fulton Business Radio, Episode 198: Soumaya Khalifa, Khalifa Consulting, Inc.
On this edition of “North Fulton Business Radio,” Soumaya Khalifa, President and Founder of Khalifa Consulting, Inc. discusses her firm’s work in cultural and diversity training for businesses and executives, why diversity matters, her work as a leader in the Atlanta Muslim community, and much more. “North Fulton Business Radio” is hosted by John Ray and is broadcast from the North Fulton Business RadioX® studio inside Renasant Bank in Alpharetta.
Soumaya Khalifa, Khalifa Consulting, Inc.
Soumaya Khalifa founded Khalifa Consulting, a strategic intercultural and leadership consulting firm, in 2007. Her career spans more than 25 years in human resources, management, business management and ownership, non-profit and entrepreneurship. Khalifa Consulting specializes in helping executives and organizations succeed when doing business across cultures by providing them the most relevant, practical and up to date cross cultural coaching and training. In addition, Khalifa Consulting offers training and coaching on global virtual teams. Soumaya and team apply this work to a broad range of clients, from large established national and global organizations to startups.
Prior to founding Khalifa Consulting, Soumaya served in several leadership roles in U.S.-based Fortune 100 companies in human resources, leadership development and diversity and inclusion. An alumnus of the University of Houston and Georgia State University, Soumaya is a board member of the Society of Intercultural Education, Training and Research (SIETAR) and the Atlanta Interfaith Broadcasters (AIB). She is also an adjunct professor at Emory University Center for Continuing Education and at the Federal Executive Institute. Soumaya is the author of Diversophy Egypt and has contributed to several publications.
For more information visit the Khalfia Consulting website, or call 678-523-5080.
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