Nabil Ibrik is currently a 2nd year student at the Harvard Business School, having spent his first summer of school at Lenovo serving in the Corporate Strategy department. His work at Lenovo revolved around addressing both the short-term and long-term strategy of the company, specifically in the internet of things and artificial intelligence space.

Prior to HBS, Nabil Ibrik was a management consultant at McKinsey & Company, serving in both the MENA and North America regions. His work entailed strategy development and process optimization for both public and private sector clients in the mining, real estate, infrastructure and travel & tourism sectors. Nabil completed his undergraduate education at Texas A&M University, where he completed his bachelors in Mechanical Engineering. He was a recipient of the “The Thomas S. Gathright Scholar Academic Excellence” Award and served as a leader on the university’s Chem E-Car team.

For leisure, Nabil enjoys watching and playing sports, curating music playlists and traveling. He is originally from Palestine, having grown up in the United Arab Emirates and currently residing in Boston.