Dr. Marwan Ibrahim is currently the Director of Corporate Resilience for Dubai Airports. A resilience expert, Marwan’s career has taken him through more than 15 years of development, innovation and administration thru a number of managerial positions held in Dubai Airports and the General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) He holds 3 advanced degrees including a Masters and Doctorate for Security Management and Business Administration gained from reputed institutions; Edith Cowan University in Australia and Atlanta University in Georgia, USA. In his current role as Director of Corporate Resilience, Marwan’s primary focus is to provide support and direction in delivering a resilient business model which will allow Dubai Airports to operate effectively despite major internal and external challenges. This is a natural progression and a continuation of the objectives from his previous role as Dubai Airports Head of Business Continuity, where he successfully developed and promulgated the airport’s business continuity guideline and policy; a first in the 77 year history of Dubai Airports – this embedded the concepts of crisis management, business continuity and running a resilient business in the organization’s culture and has paved the way in building a strong business continuity management system for the airport. With a track record for innovation, he authored the first security program for Dubai Airports, implemented and approved by GCAA. Awarded with a Masters Achievement in Business Resilience, and a certified resilience manager and auditor, by reputed resilience organizations in the United States, Dr. Marwan is also a six sigma manager and a certified risk assessor.