Abdulla Y. Al Mulla is a graduate from University of Arizona specializing in Business Administration, currently he is the Director for the Qatar Olympic and Sports Museum, World class museum exploring the Olympic heritage. He is also international Protocol & Media Expert who has helped international sports organizations around the world to learn more about protocol requirements. A recognized author of book “Perfect Pitch” launched based on his extensive international expertise in Event Management. On an international front he is currently appointed as Media & Broadcasting Director for Asian Athletic Amateur federation, ANOC Protocol Chief, Protocol Director for Olympic Council of Asia and Board Member of International Table Tennis Federation.
He has also worked with United Nations under the leadership of the secretary of United Nations Dr. Antonio Costa, as peace maker on various collateral diplomatic relationships. He was a panel member in Qatar Chamber of Commerce for discussions with International Labour Organization regarding labour regulation differences.
He has held key leadership positions in various events organized in Qatar, Region and internationally with specialization in International Relations, also an active Protocol advisor to international organizations and countries hosting events representing Qatar. He has significant experience with the Olympic Council Asia, the International Olympic Committee, International Federations, the Asian Federation and National Olympic Committees. Mr. Al Mulla has been a Protocol Advisor for the Asian Games in Jakarta 2018, Asian Games in Korea, Asian Winter games in Astana, Almaty and Kazakhstan, and the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou, Asian Beach Games Bali 2008, the Beach Games in Muscat and the Incheon Asian Games.
Mr. Al Mulla was a Tournament Director and vice president for the Qatar Open Table Tennis Tournaments (1986-2008), and a Director for major sporting events including DAGOC 2006, IAAF World Indoor Championships 2010, Arab Games 2011, 2016 UCI Road cycling championships, IAAF World Championships 2019, AWBG 2019 and AGOC 2011. In addition, he was appointed as spokesperson for the 2005 West Asian Games and the 2011 Arab Games.