Managing Director & Senior Partner
Leila Hoteit is a specialist in human capital topics and is the global lead of Boston Consulting Groups' education, employment, and welfare sector. She has written multiple publications on the topic and is often a requested expert by the media on topics of education and women’s economic empowerment. She is a member of the Public Sector practice with over 20 years of strategy and operations experience acquired through projects in the Middle East and Europe. She is also on the leadership team of BCG’s global Social Impact practice.
Leila also has extensive experience in social development and culture, and works with policymakers, regulatory authorities, and key public sector entities on policy development, strategic planning, organizational development, and governance.
Universities should pursue a variety of initiatives to ensure that students have the skills required for lifelong success in the modern labor market.
Leaders must learn what works in their city—and expeditiously address what doesn’t. Residents’ satisfaction is key to whether they move or stay.
BCG is collaborating with Forward MENA to conduct a study aimed at fostering the growth of remote work ecosystems in six developing countries in Middle East and North Africa.
An economic value proposition can help governments attract talent and investment. To get started, focus on a few critical priorities—and build on your strengths.
The metaverse is the next generation of the internet, heralding a new interconnected reality. This paper looks at how to unlock the metaverse in the MENAT region.
An analysis of 13 developed countries’ experiences with three education models for students with disabilities offers practical guidance for policymakers and educators.
Catalytic specialization areas (CSAs) can jump-start and diversify an economy by tapping into current trends—enabling rapid commercial growth with relatively low investment.
What 11,000 workers around the world tell us about their ideal post-pandemic workplace.
The risks children face online are growing, and the current responses aren’t nearly enough. Fixing the problem will require a comprehensive global strategy.
There’s a huge opportunity to expand the numbers and capabilities of the cybersecurity workforce by attracting women to the field.
While COVID-19 has had adverse effects on K-12 education, it also gives educators the opportunity to create new models of teaching that ensure student success and system resilience.