Muna Easa Al Gurg is a businesswoman and philanthropist from Dubai. She is director of retail at Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group and sits on several boards of directors of companies and non-profit organizations.

In 2001, she joined Easa Saleh Al Gurg Group, her family’s business and a leading conglomerate in the United Arab Emirates, as director of marketing and communications. She followed the example of her father, HE Sir Easa Saleh Al Gurg. Since 2009, she has been director of retail, responsible for strategy and operational development for the group’s international and local retail brands. Al Gurg obtained her BA in Business Administration from the American University in Dubai and her Executive MBA in Business Administration from London Business School in 2009.

Al Gurg is Chairwoman of Young Arab Leaders, promoting education, entrepreneurship and youth development. She received the Emirates Women’s Award and the Arabian Business StartUp Award for Women in Business.

She started her career with Saatchi & Saatchi in Dubai. Her first seat on a board of directors was in the Dubai Community Theatre and Arts Centre, where she served from 2004 to 2009, helping build the cultural center. Al Gurg serves on the board of several non-profit organizations, such as the Emirates Foundation for Youth Development where she works with Chairman Abdullah bin Zayed Al Nahyan. In 2015 she launched the Muna Al Gurg Scholarship at London Business School, supporting female students studying on the school’s MBA and Executive MBA program.

Al Gurg is a frequent opinion columnist for the UAE’s leading daily newspaper – Gulf News.

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15 thoughts on “Profile

  1. Amazing Website. I really like it.
    Keep up the years of perseverance, dedication, and hard work Muna~

  2. You are truly inspiring! Giving children access to education is the best thing you can do for them. This so reminds me of the story of Greg Mortenson who’s been instrumental and directly responsible for building more than 130 schools, mostly for girls in remote regions of Afghanistan and Pakistan. Read more about him at
    Keep doing the good works and continue to be an inspiration for young women around the world

  3. Wow! Must say I am pleasantly surprised. My Dad had updated me on your accomplishments…you must be proud of yourself! I am glad to see that you are achieving your dreams!

  4. Appointed as Chairwoman of Young Arab Leaders in the UAE, you are truly a inspiring individual who is not only contributing to the UAE but other parts of world such as setting up a school in Zanzibar.

    I was recently in London attending the Viking Johnson Distributor Conference 2011 where about 82 people from 42 countries attended the conference. I had the opportunity to distribute PRISM to all of them. Some were quite impressed with the size of ESAG. You may receive some feedback from them directly.

    You deserve to be considered a role model.

  5. Wow Muna, you really doing great saw you on the Entreprenuer and couldn’t believe it, its Aswad by the way, long time and hope all is well.

  6. Outstanding work Ms. Muna, keep it up and we might have business collabration together one fine day. we can discuess more via mail, if you are interested. all the best .

  7. Muna, you are not only an inspiration to the professional woman but also to aspiring young students. I’d like to invite you to speak at University event. Please do get in touch. All the best.

  8. Mashallah, you really deserve to be considered as a role model of Arab Woman. Yes, truly inspiring . By the way, How can i get ur advise regarding a Large scale International project. I think, i need ur advise. pls provide me ur email address/contact address in my mail.

  9. Well done innovative lady .

    Firas Al hamad

    Massmedia and Marketting Dept.
    Hashemite University

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