Hala Alqudah, born in 1993, Nationality of Jordanians, Lives in Jordan. Geotechnical engineer at Arab Center for Engineering Studies-ACES, Presented two seminars at ACES one about the mosul dam which is located in Iraq country and the other seminar about renewable energy in general and in particular about wind farms projects. Graduated from Hashemite University- Jordan, Specialzing in civil engineering with excellent GPA. Certificated in design using: PROKON, STAAD and Revit program, Skilled in AutoCAD, Microsoft office and Prezi presentation software, Characterized by diligent work. Attended several of workshops in field of human development. Volunteer at Raqi initiative for recycling of papers. Aspiring to a better and prosperous Arab countries in the future. Believing that nothing impossible, Self-Motiviated, Positive attitude, Lovers of reading, Lovers to learn, Encouraging to do what you love until you be creative.
Mubarak Mohammed Noor
HR Officer at ECESAO
Mubarak is a young Sudanese, has more than five years of experience in the administration, executive, and voluntarism positions. Mubarak earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of Khartoum. Now he is an MSc student at Necmettin Erbakan University in Turkey. while he is a volunteer as HR Officer at The European Centre for Economic Studies of the Arab Orient – ECESAO.
Mubarak has a career experience in several sectors such as telecommunications, banking, and hospitality, he worked as a professional employee in many positions like HR, quality and administrative development, supervision, coordination, and product development.
Mubarak has a passion for volunteerism issues and community service, he works as a volunteer in many local and international organizations, and he is a co-founder of some community organizations and voluntary initiatives. Mubarak has a strong passion for empowerment youth.
Mubarak seeks to be part of a highly professional team, to get greater challenges and more responsibilities in a leader company, to apply the knowledge obtained from his previous work experience and widen it.
Mubarak believes that the best and fastest way to gather people and get their support for any issue is by working and showing results, and that’s exactly what he’s trying to do in his life.
Mahmoud Saeed is currently pursuing his undergraduate studies at School of Economics and Political Sciences with a major of Economics at The British University in Egypt. Mahmoud has studied in both Al-Azhar University in Cairo and The American University in Cairo before being admitted to The British University. Mahmoud is one of LSP scholars that have been recognized for their academic excellence and awarded a fully funded scholarship empowered by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and supervised by the International Institute of Education (IIE). Currently, he is a Research and Development intern at Agents for SDGs. Moreover, Mahmoud has been involved in many leadership programs as well as a myriad of community service projects and activities. Beside his work in (ECESAO), he is now a Human Resources member at Egyptian Researchers Initiative, Human Resources team leader at Resala charity, Human Resources head at Meshwar. Mahmoud is rather passionate about economic theories and scientific research; he is about to publish his first paper.