Sheikh Hamad Abdulla Jassim Al-Thani

Chief Executive Officer (CEO)

Sheikh Hamad Abdulla Jassim Al-Thani
Sheikh Hamad serves as Vodafone Qatar’s Chief Executive Officer where he is responsible for the overall creation, implementation, and integration of the long-range strategic, financial, commercial and operational direction of the Company.

Previously, he served as Vodafone Qatar’s Chief Operations Officer where he was responsible for the Company’s Customer Operations, Human Resources, Legal & Regulatory and External Affairs functions.

During his tenure in this role, Sheikh Hamad focused on ensuring the company provided its customers with the best services through successful execution of a number of projects and programmes. These included Customer Experience and Operational Excellence and employee related programmes that achieved best practices, in addition to playing a key role in helping to shape the regulatory environment in the State of Qatar.

Prior to joining Vodafone Qatar, Sheikh Hamad served in the Oil & Gas sector in various areas such as industrial network engineering and control system engineering.

BA, Computer Science – University of Ottawa (Canada)

Khames Mohammed Al Naimi

Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO)

arabic man with glass named Khames Mohammed Al Naimi
Khames Al Naimi joined Vodafone Qatar in May 2018, bringing years of experience delivering human resources management programmes and services in leading Qatari organisations. Previously, he worked as the HR Director for the Supreme Committee for  Delivery  and  Legacy. He has extensive experience working with the Qatar Foundation and Dolphin Energy Ltd.

MA, Strategic Business Management – HEC Paris
BSc, Business Administration – Applied Science University

Diego Camberos

Chief Operating Officer (COO)

Since joining Vodafone Qatar in March 2017, Diego Camberos has led a company-wide commercial, operational, brand and digital transformation.  Under his leadership, Vodafone has delivered 12 consecutive quarters of YoY revenue growth; the strongest performance to date. This has helped elevate brand equity, with Vodafone now ranked as a Top 5 Brand in Qatar. Previously, as CEO of Tigo-Millicom Senegal, Diego turned around the company from a negative trend of -10% yearly to 20% growth in less than 2 years. In Rwanda, he led the company to acquire 35 percent market share in his first two years of operations. He has held numerous other management positions across Latin America, including with McDonalds, Comcel and Viva.

MA, Business Administration – University of Los Andes (Columbia)
BA, Economics and International Studies – University of South Carolina (United States)

Brett Goschen

Chief Financial Officer (CFO)

Brett Goschen was appointed CFO in August 2017, bringing 30 years of regional experience and financial acumen to Vodafone Qatar as a certified chartered accountant. Previously as CFO and Executive Director for MTN Group Limited, Brett oversaw finance in 22 operating countries across the Middle East and Africa. His management experience is as broad as his geographic reach with CEO roles for organisations including MTN Nigeria Communications Limited, MTN Ghana, Autopage Cellular and Digicel.

Chartered Accountant (South Africa)
Certificate, Advanced Management – INSEAD (France) B.Comm Honours, Accounting Science – University of South Africa (South Africa)
B.Comm, Accounting – University of Natal (South Africa)


Ramy Boctor

Chief Technology Officer (CTO)

Since joining Vodafone Qatar in February 2014, Ramy Boctor has led the launch of our 4G, 4G+ & 5G network. Under his leadership, the performance of Vodafone Qatar’s network has improved year and year as reflected in the independent results of industry audit conducted by the Communications Regulatory Authority (“CRA”). In 2020 Vodafone doubled fibre deployment and home connections in Fixed Network. Previously, Ramy was CTO at Mobilink where he was renowned for improving tech performance with underperforming teams and rolling- out innovative solutions.

MA, Business Administration – Warwick Business School (United Kingdom)
BSc, Telecommunication Engineering – Cairo University (Egypt)