Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah makes two new additions to Excom team

Ahmed Kamel joins as the director of rooms and Marcelle Nabil as the director of human resources

Ahmed Kamel and Marcelle Nabil.
Ahmed Kamel and Marcelle Nabil.

Waldorf Astoria Dubai Palm Jumeirah has made two new appointments to executive committee team with Ahmed Kamel as the director of rooms and Marcelle Nabil as the director of human resources.

Kamel brings 18 years of extensive experience in the luxury hospitality industry with previous roles at Shangri-La Hotels and Resorts and InterContinental Hotels and Resorts.

Kamel’s new duties includes overseeing operational management, guest services and overseeing the heads of departments to ensure revenue and guest satisfaction.

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Nabil brings 10 years of experience to her new role. Prior to this, Nabil has worked with Hilton Hotels & Resorts and Hyatt International. She holds a degree in Human Resources Management and Services from the American University in Cairo as well as degree from Harvard and Cornell.

Following her appointment, Nabil is now one of 15 women at the hotel appointed in director and management level roles. A key part of her new role will involve working closely with the general manager to help drive forward career leadership development opportunities for women at the hotel which aligns with Hilton’s ongoing commitment to support and promote more women into senior leadership positions across the business.

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