The Africa Policy Journal interviewed Lamia Merzouki during her visit to Harvard this February to speak at the Africa Business Conference. Lamia is director of strategy and development at Casablanca Finance City Authority. She previously worked in Paris for Arthur Andersen before joining in 2000 AKWA Group, the largest private group in Morocco where she held the position of Director of Strategy and organization for 7 years. She also worked on the Green Morocco Plan within the Ministry of Agriculture and on the development of the Souss-Massa-Draa region.
Lamia graduated from ESSEC Business School in Paris and followed an executive program at Harvard Business School. Listen below: