Selma Turki has been working for the past fifteen years for IBM Global Technology Services started out with IBM Canada, where she took several key Business leadership and business development positions at the European, Worldwide, CEEMEA, and MEA level, which has recently become a key growth region for IBM.
She has recently been appointed as the European Commission Institutions Business Development executive for IBM Global Technology Services prior to that she spent two years in North-West Africa as IT Services Executive, focusing on key themes such as Datacenter, Business Continuity, Cloud, Enterprise Services and Security.
Selma’s experience is based upon working on several engagements for IBM key accounts and clients around the world as a Subject Matter Expert on Middleware, Service Management and Cloud. She also helped develop and sustain key alliances and partnerships in Europe and worldwide.
Selma has also a vested interest in Cultural and Gender Diversity, she is the Cultural Diversity Leader for IBM BeLux, she helped sponsor several non profit organizations such as Schola.
Selma detains a Bachelor in Applied Sciences, Software Engineering, from University of Quebec, Montreal and recently finished an Executive Business Management Diploma, at Henley and also undertook several executive educations and curriculums on Innovation, at University of Berkeley California and several other IBM and academic institutions.