Huda Al-Ghoson, Executive Director of HR – Saudi Aramco

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Time: May 13, 2018

Ms. Huda M. Al-Ghoson serves as an Executive Director of Human Resources at Saudi Arabian Oil Company. Ms. Al-Ghoson is responsible for all HRM and HRD programs in the company, including workforce planning, staffing, training and development, retention, employee and retirees services, and legal and labor relations matters to more than 66,000 employees from 80 different nationalities. Ms. Al-Ghoson served as Executive Director of Employee Relations and Training at Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining (YASREF) Company Ltd. since May 2012. Ms. Al-Ghoson served as the General Manager of Training & Development at YASREF, where she was responsible for the design and delivery of corporate education, together with training and development programs for all segments of the workforce covering industrial, administrative, professional and leadership positions. Since joining YASREF in 1981, she has held a variety of positions within Human Resources and support organizations including Health Care Services, Facilities Planning, Finance, Community Services, Industrial Relations and Human Resources Policy & Planning. She serves as a Director of Vela International Marine Limited, Aramco Far East (Beijing) Business Services Company Limited (ABS), Yanbu Aramco Sinopec Refining Company (YASREF) and Saudi Aramco Development Company (SADCO); all are subsidiaries of Saudi Aramco. She serves as a member of the Board of Trustees of the Arabian Society of Human Resources Management (ASHRM). She has completed a number of leadership and management programs including Sloan’s Health Executives Development Program at Cornell University, New York in 1988; Saudi Aramco Management Development Seminar, Washington D.C., in 2004; The Economics of Oil Program, London in 2006; Oxford Advanced Management Program in 2007; Executive Influence Program, London in 2008; the Advanced Human Resource Executive Program at Ross School of Business, University of Michigan in 2010 and Oxford Energy Seminar in 2012. She is also a Certified Compensation Professional. She holds an MBA from the American University of Washington, D.C., USA in 1986 and a BA in English Literature from King Saud University in Riyadh in 1980.

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