He is currently working with the Council of Ministry in Kuwait and is an advisor to the Kuwait government. During his 15 years experience he has contributed to venture capital and private equity investments in the Middle East healthcare and technology sectors. His expertise focuses on healthcare and technology. A graduate of Columbia Business School, he was the first Arab ever to receive an MBA with a focus on Healthcare Management and Finance. He graduated with Cum Laude Honors from Creighton University with a Bachelors in Biology (Ethology) and TPP (Theology, Philosophy and Political Science). In 2007, he joined the world’s largest and oldest strategic consulting firm Booz Allen Hamilton. In 2015, he was the first Kuwaiti doctor ever to teach an Executive Education course at the prestigious Grande École, Paris Institute of Political Studies. He won various prizes in Kuwait for best eHealth application and wrote various articles related to digital health and made a wide contribution to the publication of related field books.