Esra' has a diverse background of experiences including project management support, sustainability consulting, and work with NGOs. Her skills and practical knowledge assist her in her work as the Monitoring & Evaluation specialist for DOT Jordan. Esra' holds a bachelor's degree in Industrial Engineering from the University of Jordan
Iman has a Bachelors degree in Neurobiology and Physiology from Purdue University and experience working in both the education and social work sectors. She has worked with ThinkUnlimited in Jordan, developing social innovation curriculum, and with Cambridge Health Alliance in Boston, Massachusetts as a Youth Specialists for a prevention intervention program. Iman's role at DOT is to support youth with entrepreneurial ideas after they have taken DOT training courses and then connect them to opportunities.
Hamzeh works to support #DOTYouth as they build and develop their social innovation ideas, with a focus on their digital and technology skills development. Hamzeh also facilitates training, materials and scheduling in the DOT Jordan Digital Creativity Lab. Previously, Hamzeh worked as the Project Officer for the King Abdullah II Fund for Development (KAFD) Jordan Gaming Lab. There, he worked to promote the gaming industry in Jordan, and to foster youth innovation by supporting them to acquire the needed design and programming skills. Hamzeh has a Bachelor’s degree in Computer Information System.
Rasha manages to bridge the gap between visually creating and designing all brand related elements; that communicate the DOT promise, vision and values, governed by a creative process, specific, to each content channel used. Rasha currently leads the Communication and Fundraising role at DOT Jordan, where she supports youth on their journey as community change-makers, empowering both youth and women in the local community to explore beyond their own cultural borders.
Muhammad brings experience working with NGOs in education, learning and youth issues. He has worked with the Madrasati Initiative, the Princess Basma Youth Resource Center, and the International Youth Foundation on designing and executing training programs for both students and teachers in schools. He has worked with community members in easily accessible and remote locations in Jordan, developing community members’ skills.
Noor has previously held several positions in key organizations in Jordan, working in economic and social development. She worked on community outreach programs at the Office of Her Majesty Queen Rania Al Abdullah, and focussed on youth and community development projects as the Director of Programs and Initiatives for the King Abdullah II Fund for Development.
Essaf comes to DOT Jordan with a background spanning more than ten years in accounting, finance, and management. In her role with DOT Jordan, Essaf oversees finances, accounting, and human resources. Before joining DOT, Essaf had lead successful teams in international companies, and has worked as a financial manager in many sectors (services, trading, and manufacturing). She was recently a supervisor with Ernst and Young-Jordan for their finance service line. Essaf holds a Master’s degree in Accounting from the University of Jordan.
Hamza previously worked on several youth projects building the capacity of youth and supporting them through an ecosystem of youth innovators as part of the King Abdullah II Fund for Development and the Madrasati initiative. He brings experience in developing social enterprises and supporting the creation and expansion of youth-led initiatives. Hamza also holds a MSc in International Management and Leadership Innovation.
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