Ashraf Zaghloul founded NTG International in 1992. He holds a B.Sc. in Electrical Engineering, Electronics, and Communications from the University of Cairo and a M.Sc. in Electrical Engineering from the University of Manitoba. He has been involved with information technology and communications since 1981. Ashraf has held senior management positions at, and consulted to, many major private and public sector corporations in the areas of data and voice networks, and Internet/Intranet.
|Kristine Lewis has extensive experience in the management and operation in the IT and telecom industry. She has been involved in the management of NTG since its foundation in 1992.|
Adel Zaghloul is former CEO of Electro Cable and has extensive senior management experience. In 1988, he joined General Electric where he was Sales Manager and later Executive of the Middle East & Africa Region. In 1997, he pursued a challenging position as CEO of Ghabbour, the largest truck, bus and car manufacturer in Egypt. Adel joined Olympia Group in 1999 where he was CEO. Mr. Zaghloul has a degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Cairo.
Dr. Zafar Farooqui
Dr. Farooqui has over 30 years of experience as a senior engineering analyst for major North American organizations. He has been involved in modeling, safety and the development of new concepts.
Nick Hamilton-Piercy brings over 45 years of extensive experience in the telecom space. He graduated as a Chartered Engineer from the Medway College of Technology in Chatham, England, in 1961 where he specialized in electrical engineering. He worked with Rogers for over 30 years in various senior technology management positions including Chief Technology Officer (CTO). Before joining Rogers in 1974, he was with the Canadian Marconi Company for 12 years, and Marconi-Elliot UK for 6 years as an engineer in training and then as a member of the engineering consulting team. He is a Professional Engineer Ontario, Fellow of the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (FIEEE), and a Senior Member of the Society of Cable Television Engineers (SCTE).