Mr. Mohamed V. Muhsin is a former Vice President and Chief Information Officer (CIO) at the World Bank where he was responsible for aligning information technology with the organization’s business strategy. Mr. Muhsin successfully led the implementation of major reforms in enterprise-wide business & information systems, global telecommunications and video conferencing. The work he accomplished is featured in the Harvard Business School Case Study, Enabling Business Strategy with IT at the World Bank.
Mr. Muhsin has also worked in senior positions in the private sector in Sri Lanka. He served for several years as the Group Financial Director of Zambia’s Industrial and Mining conglomerate (ZIMCO) and as advisor on state enterprise reform in the office of the then President of Zambia, Dr. Kenneth Kaunda.
Mr. Muhsin’s experience includes working as a Strategic Management Consultant and Director on international corporate and Foundation Boards. He is also the Chairman of the Islamic Community Center of Potomac in Maryland, USA. He is a freelance columnist and journalist. Mr. Muhsin is a Fellow of The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Sri Lanka.