Asya Alshaikh works closely with clients to embed the principles of CSR and sustainability into our client’s core strategies. Her strong background, in-depth knowledge and passion help clients become more accountable, powerful, and profitable businesses. 
Below is a summarized list of Asya Alshaikh’s achievement highlights:

  • Elected as a vice president to the National Consultants Committee at the Council of Saudi Chambers (2012-present) 
  • Appointed as a part-time consultant at Al Shura Council (2009-Present)
  • Designated as a jury member of the Siemens Student's Award for Innovation (2012 and 2013)
  • Chosen twice among top 20 Saudi Businesswomen by Arab News daily (2009 and 2010).
  • Conferred Innovative Initiative Award at the Saudi Water & Power Forum for the Wafeer Water Conservation Initiative in the industrial sector (2009)
  • Participated in the national dialogue in (2008) where she presented the idea of the index as a solution to encourage private sector investments to meet the challenges of employment through her corporate social responsibility programs
  • Elected as the local partner for the development of Saudi Arabia's responsible competitiveness index (SARCI) (2008)
  • Contributed to the establishment of a partnership between King Khalid Charitable Foundation and SAGIA for King Khalid Award for Responsible Competitiveness (2008)
  • Overseen the study of Tamkeen: "The reality of social responsibility of companies in Saudi Arabia," in collaboration with the University of Lund, International Institute of Industrial and Environmental Economy (IIIEE, Sweden). The study included the 100 largest Saudi companies. Based on the results of this study, Asya stressed on the need of establishing an independent entity to unify efforts between all sectors to support sustainable development in the Kingdom and to spread awareness of the corporate social responsibility concept (2007)
  • Established “Tamkeen International Company”, which is the first company specializing in the field of corporate social responsibility in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (2005)
  • Completed  Accelerated Development Program (ADP 52) from London Business School (2004)
  • Graduated from the University of Massachusetts/Amherst (2004) with a Master’s Degree in Public policy and administration with special focus on development and globalization theories; and a Bachelor degree in English literature from King Saud University, Riyadh (1988).  
  • Appointed as the 1st Saudi female representative in the Arab Labor Organization (ALO) (2002-2004)
  • Awarded as a "Distinguished CSR Speaker" of the Gulf Sol Dialogue (Al Ain)
  • Participated frequently as a speaker in regional CSR conferences and forums
  • Contributed to writing a weekly column in some local newspapers