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Dyala Sabbagh: Master of Ceremonies and Moderator


24/11/2011
By:Gulf Intelligence

Dyala Sabbagh – Master of Ceremonies and Moderator

Dyala is a founding partner of Gulf Intelligence. Formerly Mideast Bureau Chief for Dow Jones Newswires and an international broadcast journalist who has presented the BBC and CNBC signature Middle East business programs, Dyala is a much sought after Moderator and Master of Ceremonies for government, corporate and charity events across the region, that have included special guests U.S. President Bill Clinton, Queen Rania of Jordan and Sir Bob Geldof. During her print and broadcast career, Dyala has interviewed a cross-section of business and political leaders. Dyala started her career in banking with CSFB, and moved onto media. She has a BSc. in Economics and History from the University of London and an MA in Arab Studies from the School of Foreign Service, Georgetown University, Washington D.C.


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