Duriya Farooqui

Duriya Farooqui, Director, Intercontinental Exchange
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Duriya Farooqui has been a director of Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (NYSE: ICE) since March 2017. She also serves on the boards of certain NYSE U.S. regulated exchanges and ICE NGX, all of which are subsidiaries of ICE.


Ms. Farooqui brings close to two decades of experience in international policy, economic development, and complex efficiency implementation. She is President of Point A, a center for supply chain innovation hub where leading companies come together to solve logistics challenges through rapid experimentation. Backed by Georgia-Pacific, Point A members apply Industry 4.0 innovations such as robotics, virtual reality, and machine learning to build the supply chain of the future. In addition, Ms. Farooqui is an advisor for Engage, an Atlanta venture fund and accelerator created to strengthen collaboration between corporations and entrepreneurs.


Most recently, she served as Executive Director of Atlanta Committee for Progress (ACP), a coalition of leading CEOs focused on critical issues for Atlanta. This unique public-private partnership focuses on priorities for the City in collaboration with the Mayor of Atlanta. Before joining ACP in May 2016, Ms. Farooqui was a principal at Bain & Company. Her executive consulting experience spanned across customer analytics, pricing, divestitures, transformations and strategy. Previously, Ms. Farooqui served as Chief Operating Officer for the City of Atlanta and managed all operating departments, including public safety agencies and Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International airport. At the start of her career, she worked with the Center for International Development at Harvard University, The World Bank, and the Center for Global Development.


Ms. Farooqui earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Economics and Mathematics from Hampshire College and a Master of Public Administration in International Development from the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. She is a Trustee of the Woodruff Arts Center and Agnes Scott College.


Member of the Audit Committee