Strategic Top Management
In 2011, she was appointed as ITI Chairwoman Assistant of Training leading all ITI’s flagship training initiatives and programs. With a capacity of 400 employees and up to 60 million EGP budget, she was responsible for running multiple-stakeholder initiatives benefiting a base of 10,000 beneficiaries annually.
Also In 2012, she was appointed as ITI Acting Chair followed by a decree from the Minister of ICT in 2015 to appoint her as ITI Chair. During her four year term as Acting Chair and as a relentless believer in the role and importance of developing people and enhancing the outreach and access to professional ICT development; Heba Saleh initiated the management and expansion of the Information Technology Institute into the promising and growing future ICT hub in Ismailia by the Suez Canal region through establishing the fifth Branch of the Institute catering for the Suez Canal region.
The Suez Canal regional branch is based on a futuristic vision that stays ahead of the market capitalizing on the abundant talent pool, the several logistic, technological and strategic vantage points of the region as well as the increasing industry interest in the area. The branch is fueled by innovation and utilizes the potentials and talent of the region youth residents through training them on the latest ICT technologies in a hands-on problem oriented approach.
On the African level, Heba Saleh is considered one of the key initiators and managers of South to South cooperation programs leading a rigorous institutional strategy for South to South Cooperation. Saleh; as a firm believer in African collaboration manages a mega training program with the Republic of Uganda to train 3,000 Ugandans as well as a collaboration venue with the Republic of Djibouti to provide consultancy and capacity development assistance to the government and the ICT sector.
She is also a member in the Committee of Computer Science and Informatics Sector Planning, an affiliate to the Supreme Council of Universities. Her experience also was recognized in her appointment as a board member in the Aviation Information Technology Company (AVIT), the 10th of Ramadan Institute for Engineering and Technology, and the National Telecommunications Institute (NTI).