H.E. Dr. Nabeel Koshak is the CEO and Board Member at SVC. Nabeel has been an active angel investor since 2018. He is a Board Member of Middle East Venture Capital Association (MEVCA). Nabeel is a member of the Executive and Investment Committee at the Cultural Development Fund, the Investment Committee at KAUST’s Innovation Fund and of the Saudi Venture Capital and Private Equity Association.. He is a startup mentor at Endeavor Saudi Arabia. He is a Board member of TCL (Tomouh Community of Leaders).
Formerly, Nabeel was the Founding Executive Dean of Prince Mohammad Bin Salman College (MBSC) of Business and Entrepreneurship in partnership with Babson College at King Abdullah Economic City. Nabeel was an Executive Advisor at the Ministry of Economy and Planning and an Executive Advisor at Deloitte. Nabeel was the Co-Founder and the Vice Chairman of the Board of Directors of Wadi Makkah Company (Innovation Fund, Startup Accelerator, and Venture Capital Fund). He was a Board Member of Oqal (Angel Investors Group) Jeddah branch and a mentor at Flat6Labs Startup Accelerator. He was a Board Member and the Chairman of the Investment Committee at King Abdulaziz and His Companions Foundation for Giftedness and Innovation (Mawhiba). Nabeel is the former Co-Founder and Director of King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) GIS Technology Innovation Center. Koshak was a Member of the Executive Committee of King Faisal International Prize. As an entrepreneur, Nabeel was the Founder and CEO of five tech startups.
Nabeel received an Executive Education in “International Board Directors Program (IDP)” from INSEAD in 2021, Executive Education in “Venture Capital and Private Equity” from Harvard University in 2019, an Executive Education from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in “Regional Entrepreneurship Acceleration Program” and “Management, Innovation, Technology” in 2017. He holds a PhD in Design Computing from Carnegie Mellon University in 2002, and a Master of Architecture (Computing in Design and Planning) from the University of Colorado in 1997.