Learn about Maryam
Strategic Growth Advisor
Global Leader in Innovation and Transformation
Maryam is a creative data-driven leader with extensive international experience in digital transformation, experience design and innovation working with clients across multiple industries and sectors.
She strives in simplifying business, brand and leadership challenges and creating solutions that are human-centric, data-driven, inclusive and sustainable through leveraging a research based, purpose-driven and experience-led approach that blends human-centered design with system thinking and strategy to unleash client’s growth ambitions.
In addition to her consulting role, she teaches Innovation and Design Thinking Master Classes at NYU, facilitates an executive online course in Digital Business Strategy offered by MIT Sloan, Head Program Instructor for the MIT Sloan short course " Managing the Human Side of Digital Disruption", leads international workshops, speaks publicly and advises startups at various accelerators.
Her work is at the intersection of innovation, experience design and impact.
What is she passionate for?
Maryam is passionate about: empowering her clients and solving their innovation challenges via advisory services, consulting, training, workshops, coaching and mentorship.
Forbes Women Nominee 2021
What sets Maryam apart?
Maryam is unique! She is multilingual, multicultural and has had the opportunity to live and work across 4 continents and currently calls New York her home.
Her global experiences have given her a unique perspective and ability to think outside the box & creatively solve innovation challenges. She leads with empathy and uses this approach with her clients to connect deeper, build trust & empower them to achieve their goals.
Maryam's approach helps her clients to save time, shift from working in silos to innovate rapidly with Innovation Bazar design thinking best practices.
As an advocate for SDGs, Maryam:
- Supports education of the future generation both locally and globally. (SDG 4)
- Volunteers at CityWheels to feed elderly New Yorkers. (SDG 2)
- Partners with other businesses and encourages the pursuit of the global goals. ( SDG 17)