Randa Fahmy Hudome

Randa Fahmy Hudome is an internationally recognized expert in energy policy and Middle East/North Africa market access with more than 25 years of legal and public policy experience. In 2003, she launched Fahmy Hudome International (FHI), a government relations and strategic consulting firm specializing in international business transactions and energy policy.

Prior to founding FHI, Ms. Fahmy Hudome served as Associate Deputy Secretary of Energy under President George W. Bush. From 1995 to 2001, she served as Counselor to US Senator Spencer Abraham (R-MI) and was a key policy advisor during the senator’s tenure on the Senate Judiciary Committee. Her counsel has been sought by the US Secretary of State and Secretary of Energy, who appointed her to serve on the US State Department Advisory Committee on International Economic Policy and the US Secretary of Energy Advisory Board, respectively.

Prior to her government service, Ms. Fahmy Hudome was a practicing attorney with the law firm of Willkie, Farr and Gallagher, where she specialized in international trade and corporate litigation. She maintains bar memberships in Maryland, the District of Columbia, and the US Court of International Trade. She received her JD from the Georgetown University Law Center, where she was administrative editor of the Georgetown Journal of International Law. She was one of 20 attorneys selected nationwide for the DirectWomen Board Institute, and she presently serves on the Board of Directors of SWAPSOL and Board of Advisors of TransGen Energy.

Ms. Fahmy Hudome’s opinions on international diplomacy have been published in the Wall Street Journal. She appears frequently as an expert analyst on NBC’s Today Show, MSNBC, Fox News, CNN, and Al Jazeera. For Randa Fahmy Hudome’s full bio, please click here.