Executive VP at Ingram Micro and President, North America, Ingram Micro Mobility
A 30-year veteran of the telecommunication and mobility industry, Bashar Nejdawi is executive vice president of Ingram Micro, as well as the company’s president for North America Mobility. He currently sits on the 2014 CTIA board of directors and the 2014 CTIA Executive Committee.
Bashar joined Ingram Micro Mobility (formerly BrightPoint) in 2008 as president of the Mobile Enhancement business, where he was responsible for building a global accessories portfolio. He later became the global executive and head of European Sales and Procurement. Prior to his time at BrightPoint, Bashar held a number of executive level positions at Motorola over the course of 17 years. During his career, he has worked in Europe, Middle East, Africa, India, South East Asia, Latin America and the United States.
Bashar received a bachelor’s degree in electrical and electronics engineering from Greenwich University, an MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management, a master’s degree in engineering telecommunications from Southern Methodist University and a doctorate of management from Case Western Reserve University.