Dr. Ahmed Shalaby.

Dr. Ahmed Mohamed Shalaby

, Ph.D. is the CEO & Managing
Director of Tatweer Misr and a Founding Member of its Board of
Directors, a position he has held since Mid. 2014. Drawing on his
extensive planning and business management experience, Dr.
Shalaby supervises the day to day management of the company,
including the business development and the strategic planning for
Tatweer Misr’s major projects. In addition to his work with
Tatweer Misr, Dr. Shalaby is also a Professor of Architecture and
Urban Development at the Department of Architectural
Engineering at Cairo University, Egypt, a Visiting Assistant
Professor at the Department of City and Regional Planning at Cornell University, USA and a
Board Member at the International Council for Small Businesses (ICSB).
Prior to joining Tatweer Misr, Dr. Shalaby spent a year working at El Mostakbal for Urban
Development, where he held the position of Advisor to the Chairman. During his time with El
Mostakbal, Dr. Shalaby played an integral role in the development of Mostakbal City; the
largest planned mixed-use development in the New Cairo area.
An established engineer in the field of architecture, urban development and a real estate expert
in his own right, Dr. Shalaby’s professional career began in 1993, starting out as a faculty
member at Cairo University and a prominent architectural engineer at his consultancy firm.
Dr. Shalaby has over 20 years of experience as an architecture consultant and also in developing
and managing major real estate portfolios in Egypt, working with Al Fawares Holding where he
was responsible for the real estate investments in addition to his work for the Egyptian Ministry
of Housing, Infrastructure, and Urban Communities as a Technical Advisor to the Minister.
Dr. Shalaby holds a Degree in Architectural Engineering, which he received in 1993. Afterwards,
he pursed his studies receiving his Master’s degree in 1998 which was followed by his Ph.D. in
Urban Planning, which he received in 2003 through a joint program between Cairo University,
Egypt and Cornell University, USA.