Faten Al-Naqeeb is one of the Gulf’s foremost lawyers having postgraduate degree in International Law from University of Cambridge, UK and graduate degree in Law from Kuwait University.
Ms. Al-Naqeeb was ranked 50th in the list of Top 100 Powerful Women in the Arab World in 2013 & ranked 94th in 2012 and also awarded Business Woman of the year 2013 by the Arabian Business Magazine. In 2014 Forbes magazine ranked Ms. Al-Naqeeb as the 44th most powerful and influential woman in worldwide ranking, 3rd in Kuwait and 11th in the GCC & the Middle East area. The Entrepreneur Middle East awarded Ms. Al-Naqeeb with the Enterprise Agility award in 2014 and the Counselor of the Year award in 2015.
Ms. Al-Naqeeb has over 25 years of experience in all aspects of Kuwaiti & International law. Ms. AlNaqeeb’s firm has offices in every GCC state, as well as Iraq, Libya, Lebanon, Egypt, US and UK. Ms. Al-Naqeeb has counseled several US defense and oil super majors on their operations in Kuwait. Most recently, Ms. Al-Naqeeb authored the book “The Legal Guide to Doing Business in Kuwait”.
Stanley John, a management professional with a postgraduate degree in Business Administration with core areas in International Marketing & Strategy, Leadership & General Management and Business Development & New Technologies from ENPC University, Paris and a graduate degree in Law from Kerala University, India. Mr. John has 15+ years of extensive international experience in Contracts Management, Team Management, Public-Investor Relation and Business Development in both the government and non-government sectors.
Mr. John had worked as a Kuwait Country Director for Move One, a multinational logistics firm and Vice President of MEBS International, a US DoD support provider working in US & Kuwait supporting clients in the SWA region. Mr. John was also in charge of Entrepreneurship Development & Planning Cell for ROOTS-NORKA Govt. of Kerala.
Mr. John has relevant corporate experience in strategic business planning and in accomplishing the management’s goals and objectives to execute business strategies.
Mitch Martin, since 2003 has been providing Support Services management for US Government clients and US Government contractors operating in the Middle East, Afghanistan, and most recently locations in Africa. Mr. Martin has managed both small volume, short term requirements as well as large, multi-national contracts arranging client accommodations, vehicles, procurement, visas & sponsorship, labor, in-country office space and warehouses.
In addition to Support Services expertise, Mr. Martin has more than 30 years of cargo transportation and logistics-management experience related to U.S. Government and U.S. Government-funded cargoes. Mr. Martin is based out of the Washington DC office and today works closely with ANI clients to ensure customer services worldwide are maintained at the highest levels and that ANI pricing is competitive and utilizes the best possible logistics solutions.
Mr. Martin has a Master’s degree in Public Administration, from George Mason University and an undergraduate degree in International Relations from George Mason University.
As Director, Bruce provides the executive leadership for the company, ensuring the successful operation and strategic development in all offices. Prior to joining ANI in 2016, Bruce has held a number of senior management positions in the cargo transportation and logistics industry including 20 years of international experience working in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Asia.