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Zahira Bouaouda becomes first woman to manage an aerospace company in Morocco

Posted 8 August 2019 · Add Comment

Zahira Bouaouda has been appointed President of MATIS Aerospace, a 50/50 joint venture between Safran Electrical & Power and Boeing, specialising in electrical wiring interconnection systems.

 

She is the first woman to manage an aerospace company in Morocco.

Bouaouda began her career in 1997 as an auditor with Dorlian and Associés and then MCA and Associés. She joined KPMG Morocco in 2001 as a senior manager and joined MATIS Aerospace in 2006 as finance director, before becoming operations director in 2017.

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