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DORIS ALBERT MARTIN

Position: CEO

Nationality: Bahraini

Organisation: DM Consultancy

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Doris Martin is a Bahraini entrepreneur. She is the CEO of DM Consultancy, specializing in Education, Innovation & Entrepreneurship, Training & Development, and Business Management Consultancy. In addition, she is a Co-Editor for Bahrain Entrepreneur Magazine. She is a graduate of International Business & Economics from Northwestern College, the USA, and a Post Graduate in College Counseling from UCLA, USA, and a Masters Degree holder of education, from The Oxford Brookes University, UK. She carries various global experiences working for Ernst & Young (EY) in the MENA region, specializing in business solutions consultancy, business development, entrepreneurship program, research analyst, and talent management. Furthermore, Doris worked in the private education sector in higher education institutions in the Kingdom of Bahrain. She brings more than 25 years of significant professional experience in various capacities.

 

She is an expert in competency-based education, employability strategy in curriculum design, soft skills training, business development, start-up, and entrepreneurship programs. She is a mentorship program for accelerators Flat6labs, CH9, RAWAD, Global Entrepreneurship Network, and The Supreme Council for Women, Bahrain. She would support business partnerships, share bilingual soft skills training for SMEs, entrepreneurs, and start-ups, and foster relationships between academics, corporate institutions, and local & international business communities, specifically for women and youth. She is a co-founder of the Bahrain Entrepreneurship Organization, a  vice head of technology & training in Bahrain Businesswomen Society, an advisory consultant for the Bahrain Society for Training & Development, a former member in the Education Committee in the Bahrain Chamber of Commerce, an ambassador for Women In Tech Bahrain Chapter and a member in the Global Professional Women Network UK. Her contributions would align with Women International Network's (WIN) operational strategy to strengthen women empowerment and promote inclusive leadership.