sami zaki

Partner - Strategy& (Formerly Booz & Co)

Middle East


Sami Zaki is a Partner with Strategy& and a member of the Government and Public Sector practice. Sami specializes in public-sector governance. He has led projects in GCC countries to modernize the whole-of-government structure, design and empower centers of government, transform core government functions, and reform the civil service. He also focuses on social development; most recently, he has advised GCC governments on the development of their social agendas, enablement and empowerment of the third sector, and design of social assistance policies and programs. In addition to his client work, Sami has authored two reports, “Moving social services beyond government” and “Putting outcomes first: How to plan performance management in the Middle East public sector.” Sami holds an MBA from the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a bachelor’s degree in computer science from the American University in Cairo. 

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