Liana Khalaf

Strategic Communications Consultant

United States

Hi, I’m Liana! With an affinity for strategic storytelling, I've helped a number of multinational organizations in the B2B space for over a decade to create real change, driven by data and results. I've worked in-house and as part of an agency, supporting organizations with internal and external communications across a number of industries; including professional services, technology, aviation, oil and gas, healthcare and mega-events.

I’m committed to bringing breakthrough ideas to life; communicating differently to reach the right people at the right time. I’ve seen first-hand how digital advancements, a war for talent and increased scrutiny have left some at a loss when it comes to navigating uncertainty. A problem solver at my core, I am here to support you and your business navigate change, communicating ethically and authentically; to connect, engage and influence the people who matter most.

From holistic communications strategy and building messaging frameworks to crafting tailored content, I'm here to leverage my expertise across B2B industries to drive awareness, create lasting change and deliver on your brand promise. Let's connect!

Arab News
Good progress in Middle East workplace gender diversity, but still work to do: Experts at WEF

LONDON: Governments and companies in the Middle East and North Africa region are making progress in workplace gender diversity, but there is still more work to be done experts at the World Economic Forum on the MENA region said on Saturday.During a panel discussion at the forum, titled the "Rise of Arab Women" and a press briefing asking the question: "What more can be done to drive gender diversity?"

Levelling the playing field, bold actions for gender diversity

As we strive to take more bold actions around Diversity and Inclusion in our region, something that has consistently been raised around this has been about levelling the playing field. Being purpose-led and values-driven means that we go beyond business as usual, as we have a moral and strategic obl