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Alnahdy is a sought-after Saudi executive, leader, and board member passionate about innovation, the environment, and sustainable business. She is globally renowned for her expertise and viewpoints on the circular economy and holds numerous leadership roles in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and abroad. She plays a key role in helping realize the national ambitions of Saudi Vision 2030, in close alignment with mCloud’s recently announced partnership with Google Cloud and the Company’s ongoing relationship with Aramco to achieve decarbonization goals in the Kingdom.
Currently, Alnahdy is Founding Board Member and CEO of ENTEC Environmental Technology, a national consulting and environmental service company based in Jeddah. Alnahdy serves as a Board Member at the Jeddah Chamber of Commerce and Industry with appointments to the Chamber’s Executive Committee and Industrial Sectorial Council. She is also Chairwoman of the Circular Economy Company, enabling businesses worldwide to adopt innovative practices that “turn excess into assets.”
Her storied career includes a term as Board Member to the International Technical Female College in Jeddah and she has lent her expertise to the G20 by way of roles as the Co-Chair of the Action Council on Sustainability and Global Emergencies for the B20 Summit in Italy and serving on the Energy, Sustainability, and Climate Task Force for the Saudi Secretariat to the G20. She has also served as a LEED Consultant to the US Green Building Council.
She is a graduate of the executive program on Circular Economy and Sustainability Strategies from the University of Cambridge, and executive programs in Negotiation Dynamics and Women’s Leadership from INSEAD along with an honorary doctorate from the United Nations in Environmental Sustainability.
Alnahdy also holds a Guinness World Record for the world’s largest handprint painting – a 10,000 square-meter map of Saudi Arabia made with 1.2 million green handprints, printed on environmentally-friendly canvas, and presented to the late King Abdullah on Saudi National Day in 2013.