Ramzi Jazmati Akili, is a non-resident fellow at the Mohammed Bin Rashed School of Government, Researcher in the Institute of culture and society and PhD candidate in Emirati women leadership in the department of Business and Humanism of the University of Navarra, Spain
He holds master degree in Bioethics and master in High management institutions from the ESADE business school Spain, diploma in High Management from IESE business school Spain and program specialization in governance and cultural diplomacy from the Academy of Cultural diplomacy of Berlin Germany
Ramzi also is deputy director in Choiseul Institute Spain Madrid, a think tank center with special emphasis on the geo-economics and the impact of international relations in the Spanish economy and member of the observatory of equity of women at the social promotion foundation Madrid Spain.
He has held the position of Projects Director of the agency for business competitiveness of the Regional Government of Catalonia in the Gulf Region. There, he was responsible for expanding the presence of Catalan companies in the Gulf region, attract capital and setting up institutional relation between the regional government of Catalonia-Barcelona and institutional identities in the gulf region.
A speaker in international forums about the leadership of the Arab women, a visiting professor in different universities in Spain, in addition he has published different papers in the center of the strategic studies in Madrid and he is a regular columnist writing about the relation between Spain and the Arab world,
He is fluent in three languages and his expertise areas are Women Leadership, Cultural Diplomacy, and Geo-economics.