Biography

Ghada Mostafa Labib is the Deputy Minister for Institutional Development at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT). She possesses over 20 years of client management and business development leadership experience, in both the private and public sector, with distinguished and diversified hands-on experience in major projects management.

Prior to her appointment, Labib held several executive positions. She served as the Deputy Minister of Planning for Administrative Reform, the Prime Minister’s Advisor for Follow-up and ICT, and the Chief of Staff at the Council of Ministers.

She also served as the Minister's Assistant for Institutional Development at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT), the Minister's Associate for Institutional Development and Program Manager, at the Ministry of State for Administrative Development (MSAD), and the Head of Technical Office at MSAD.

In addition, Labib held a number of positions at Giza Systems company, including a Project Manager, Team Leader, Senior Programmer and Programmer. Prior experience included hands-on technical design, implementation, management of high-profile software development projects using Informix 4GL and Oracle, and using different operating systems, such as Unix, Linux and Windows, in different industries.

Labib earned a BSc in Electronics and Communication Engineering from Cairo University, in 1992. She received her MBA from the Ecole Supérieure Libre des Sciences Commerciales Appliquées (ESLSCA). This is in addition to a number of certificates in fields including Business Continuity Management, Design of Public Policies and their Evaluation, and Public Governance and Administration. She is currently studying law at Cairo university.

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