Saeed Al Nazari

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Saeed Al Nazari

Saeed Al Nazari
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Born (1991-07-23) July 23, 1991 (age 30)
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Alma mater Higher Colleges of Techonlogy & New York University
Occupation Government Employee & Businessman

Saeed Al Nazari (Arabic: سعيد النظري) was born in Dubai in 1991, a young Emirati from the Emirate of Dubai. He works for Dubai government and involved in designing and managing local projects and initiatives.[1]


Al Nazari was the student council president in Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum High School in Dubai. He subsequently went on to attain a Bachelors degree in Business Administration - Human Resources from Higher Colleges of Technology. He also received Higher Diploma degree in Business Administration - General Management from Higher Colleges of Technology and studied United States foreign policy, United States elections leadership, critical thinking and public speaking in New York University.[2][3]


Al Nazari currently works for Dubai government. in 2013 he was appointed as the Director General for ThinkHR, an Emirati management consultancy company. Earlier in 2013 he served Dubai Silicon Oasis as the youngest employee in the organization, working as Assistant Manager in human resources department where he worked on different projects related to employees' happiness, development, relations and engagement. He served in 3 other local companies working majorly in human resources and project management fields. In 2012 he was employed by Noor Bank as the youngest Assistant Manager - HR in the company. He even had experience working for Dubai Airport Free Zone and Emirates Islamic. He also works as consultant to some small enterprises.[4]


Al Nazari is a Membership Director in Social Media Club - UAE's Board of Directors,[5] Board member in Higher Colleges of Technology-Dubai's Alumni Committee,[6] Member in World Organizing Students Committee (WOSC),[7] Member in Toastmasters International Public Speaking Club and Organizer holding TEDx Organizers license.[8]


Al Nazari was selected as Scholar in The Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed Scholars Program in New York University. a unique international leadership program, that offers an unparalleled educational, cross-cultural, and leadership-development experience to outstanding college students in the UAE.[9] He was also selected as a member in the students’ Promising Leaders Program by Knowledge and Human Development Authority (KHDA) in Republic of Mauritius. Al Nazari built an online community for Emirati Leaders called Qada[10](Arabic: قادة). Qada is a National development online community which provides leadership training courses, coaching, guide and HR services with aim of developing Emiratis' leadership skills.[11]


Al Nazari was the founder of the first Emirati board game "DubaiPoly" and the founder of the first Emirati card game "Wergah". He also was the first to provide NFC smart posters in the UAE. He was awarded the 5th rank in Young Entrepreneurship Competition (YEC) from Mohammed bin Rashid Establishment for SME Development. He was also awarded the 1st rank in Entrepreneurs Competition from Department of Economic Development in Ras Al Khaimah.[12][13]

Participation in National Events

In 2013 Al Nazari organized "Win Victory Love National Youth Forum" (Arabic: فوز نصر حب) which highlights United Arab Emirates' youth achievements in topics related to winning, challenges and passion. The national youth forum was inspired by the words of His Highness Sheikh Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum – Vice President of the UAE, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai in the first Government Summit held in 2013, and his announcement of a symbol that expresses “winning”, “victory”, and “love”. The national youth forum was sponsored by more than 15 public and private companies and was attended by many important VIPs and figures of Dubai.[14][15]

Participation in Media

In 2013, Al Nazari established an online Emirati magazine Trend[16] (Arabic: ترند) which focuses on trending topics related to the Emirati community. Trend online magazine aims to give opportunity to young Emirati writers to share opinions and write articles. Al Nazari has his personal blogs where he shares columns related to youth and the Emirati culture. He also was an honor guest to many programs on different local TV channels discussing his projects and initiatives.[17]

Participation in Forums

Al Nazari has spoken in a number of local forums, representing the United Arab Emirates youth. He was the youngest speaker in TEDxSharjah, independent TEDx event operated under license from TED where he gave "Maximize" speech highlighting his achievements as student, employee, entrepreneur, designer and writer.

He was also the youngest and only Emirati speaker in in the Region’s Biggest Training and Development Conference where he gave speech about "How to build a Learning Organization".[18][19]

Awards & Recognition

Al Nazari won a number of awards until this day like Du Social Media Award from Emirates Integrated Telecommunications Company “du” in 2013, Annual Director Leadership Award & Annual Business Program Award from Higher Colleges of Technology in 2013, "On Spot" Best Employee Achievement Award from Dubai Airport Free Zone in 2011, "Best Speech" Award – Toastmaster Meeting in 2011, 1st Rank Award – Web Designing Competition from Dubai's General Directorate of Residency and Foreigners Affairs in 2008. Also he won the title of “Distinguished Leader” from the “Promising Leaders” Program in the Republic of Mauritius in 2009.[20]

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