Reem Abdulrasool Jasim, MBB

Reem Jasim, is the head of Quality Assurance in the Labour Fund of the kingdom of Bahrain. She is a Certified Master Black belt from Anexas Denmark and Certified Black Belt from Juran Institute USA. In 2015 she presented a paper in the ASQ Lean Six Sigma world conference in Houston Taxes. She has previously worked as a Manager of Business Planning in the Labour Fund responsible of developing an overall strategy for the Labour Fund, and identifying economic areas development as well as analyzing the needs of the labour market in terms of sector identifications. Reem has also worked as a Six Sigma Black Belt in a leading national telecom company in Bahrain (Batelco-Bahrain Telecommunication Company), also worked as an Instructor in the Business School both at Bahrain Training Institute (BTI) and University of Bahrain. She has earned her Master Degree of Science in Marketing from Glasgow Caledonian University (Scotland) and published few articles about e-markeing and consumer attitudes towards e-shopping. She is also a full bright “Hubert H. Humphrey” scholar she did a postgraduate study in the field of “Telecommunications Policy, Regulation & Marketing Management” at Rutgers, The Sate University of New Jersey.


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Laura Martin-Samala

Continuous Process Improvement is not just something a Lean Six Sigma (LSS) practitioner helps organizations achieve, but is also a fundamental core competency of their personal make up. That is why  innovative companies are looking for people that use the LSS way of thinking at every level. In this age of “Big Data”, “IOT” and “AI”, ... read more