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Parents Association Members

 

 

 

 

Mona Nasef, PA President

Mona Salah Nasef is a professional psychologist who lived in Canada and the United States for 14 years. She is an ambitious, talented, and hardworking professional who is accustomed to working under pressure. She received her Master’s degree in Psychology with honors from the US, which helped her excel in the field that she loves and allowed her to be a well-driven and hyper-motivated professional in the field of Psychology. She is always very eager to help others overcome their difficulties and challenges. She is a professional who effectively achieves assigned goals and work in a disciplinary and organized manner. Mrs. Nasef worked in the field of mental health in the US. She also coached in the world famous Dale Carnegie organization -  the class of “Effective communication and human relations/skills for success” where CEO’s, VP’s and GM’s are trained in how to speak more effectively with others especially their employees, as well as how to be more productive and effective in both personal and professional levels to reach the goal of happier and more successful lives. In Cairo, Mrs. Nasef has her own private practice in Rehab city and is one of the pioneer members in the online counselling powerhouse, Shezlong.

 

Khaled Attia, PA Vice President

Dr. Attia has over 25 years of experience in the legal field. Dr. Attia joined Al-Tamimi & Co (ATCO) starting January 2018 as a Partner and Head of Dispute Settlement Department. Before joining ATCO, Dr. Attia was a Partner at Sarie-Eldin & Partners Law Firm (SE&P) since February 2010. He was the partner responsible for the Arbitration Department, the Public Private Partnership (PPP) and Competition matters. Dr. Attia is a registered arbitrator in the Cairo Regional Center for International Commercial Arbitration (CRCICA), the Dubai International Arbitration Center (DIAC) and the London Court of International Arbitration (LCIA). He is also a registered mediator at the Investment Dispute Resolution Center at the General Authority for Investment and Free Zones in Egypt (GAFI). Before joining SE&P Dr. Attia was the Executive Director of the Egyptian Competition Authority. He assumed office in January 2006 until January 2010. Dr. Attia was also a Commissioner in the COMESA Competition Commission until December 2010, and he is currently the chairperson of the Egyptian Association for the Protection of Competition. Dr. Attia obtained his PhD in international law in 2005 from Ain Shams University and an LLM in international human rights law in 1999 from University of Essex, UK. He is also a visiting professor in International Business Law at Nile University.

    

Dalia Dawood

Dalia Dawood graduated from Texas A&M University with a M.SC in Agriculture Economics. During her college years as a student she was elected as the president of the International Students Association which gave her a great opportunity to meet with students from many different cultural backgrounds, and to be able to represent the university in unique chances such as international conferences and intuitions. After graduating, Mrs. Dawood worked for the Egyptian Sudanese Integration Fund. Then she worked at the Royal Dutch Airlines (KLM) and Emirates Airlines for roughly 20 years in sales and marketing till reaching the position of Sales Manager. Nonetheless, working in an International atmosphere allowed me to be able to travel around the world and have new experiences, while promoting and raising funds for both multinationals. She is also an active member of the Rotary Egypt and Tree lovers associations as well as an active member of the Maddi Community Group. Her late father was a member of the AUC community - Dr. Dawood Hemly Elsayed (professor of linguistics) in the 60’s. Mrs. Dawood has one daughter who went to Cairo American College (CAC) and is currently a sophomore at AUC.

 

 

Hossam El Meadawy

Hossam ElMeadawy, a telecom professional with 25 years of experience, currently the External Relations Director of Etisalat Misr since 2017, taking care of Regulatory, Public policy, Governmental Relations and Carrier Relations. Mr. ElMeadawy occupied a Similar role in Vodafone Egypt from 2013- 2017. Throughout those 7 years, he has reestablished the External Relations occupation to have the ability to reshape the playing field, generate alternative revenue sources and create significant cost saving. Mr. ElMeadawy graduated from Ain Shams University with a bachelor’s degree in Engineering in 1998. He started his career at Alcatel, where he managed Network implementation in Egypt, Uganda, Algeria and Nigeria. Then he moved to Manage Network design in Africa, Middle East and India. Later in 2005, he moved to Vodafone, taking care of Network Quality. He managed the Technical Regulatory Function in 2011, and then headed the Regulatory Team. In 2013 he occupied the Position of Head of regulatory and Public policy in Vodafone Egypt.

 

 

 

 

Injy Abuel Naga

Injy Abuel Naga Graduated from The American University In Cairo in January 1997 with a Bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication and Advertising, and a minor in Business Administration. She is a mother of one boy and two girls. Yussuf is a senior and Khadija a sophomore, both at AUC. While Sarah is a grade 10 student at the American International School (AIS). Mrs. Abuel Naga worked in the field of advertising from 1998 until 2005. She had worked at Americana Advertising Agency ( Tarek Nour Communication), and DDB Needham Advertising Agency. She is currently working in the field of Education (Curriculum Consultancy).

 

 

 

 

Khaled Khairat

Khairat is the chairman and CEO of Misr Elsalam company for Development and Advanced Technology. He graduated from Ain Shams University with a Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering, then he obtained his Master degree in International Business Administration from Eslsca University in Paris. He later on completed his PhD in Project Management from the American University in London - with a focus on the Effect of cost and time control in the implementation of the success of project management. He had also taken a construction course at EVG Company in Graz, Austria, specializing in the new technology of construction depending on 3D panels. In addition to a consultant certificate from the Engineering Association. 

 

 

Sally Abdelkader

Mrs. Abdelkader became an avid member of the Parent Teacher Association. She served as the Vice President, then President of Fundraising for the Hudson County Council of the PTA in New Jersey. Furtherance in her involvement in the PTA brought her to be the Corresponding Secretary of the New Jersey State PTA. In 2008, Mrs. Abdelkader became a certified mediator of the Superior Courts of New Jersey. She worked to mediate civil and special civil court cases, handling cases ranging from landlord-tenant disputes to domestic violence. Later that year, she became a committee member of the Hudson County Juvenile Conference Committee (JCC), working with the criminal division. In 2015, Mrs. Abdelkader relocated to New Cairo, where she owns and operates Metropolis Mall. Mrs. Abdelkader has three daughters and a son. Yasmeen, Nesrien, and Nadeen attend the American University in Cairo, and her son Saif is currently a senior in high school.

 

Nevine Aboueldahab

Nevine currently has two students at AUC, a graduating senior and a freshman. Mrs. Abouldahab currently works as a part time English teacher, copy editor and translator. She is a Mass Communications graduate from AUC. She has avid experience in voluntary work in charity organizations.

 

Yasser Tousson

Yasser Tousson is an early retiree from Apache Egypt Company as the Managing Director - Finance. He had been working for Apache from Feb 1990 to October 2020. Mr. Tousson also worked for Arthur Andersen from 1984 to 1990 in different auditing and consulting positions. He graduated from Cairo University in 1984, with a major in Accounting. Mr. Tousson has a Master’s degree in Public Administration from the American University in Cairo. He is a Certified Public Accountant - CPA from the State of California, and a member of California State Society of Certified Public Accountants. Mr. Tousson is also a member in different professional institutions like the Egyptian Society of Accountants and Auditors, Egyptian Society of Taxation, The Institute of Internal Auditors (CIA) and an ex-member of the Arab Society of Certified Accountants (ASCA). He has been involved in planning, designing and conducting courses and seminars related to accounting, auditing and finance. In addition to that, he has participated as a speaker in several conferences during the last few years in Europe and North Africa.

 

Ghada Adel

Ghada Adel is a primary headmistress in Nefertari British International School, She has been in the field of education since 2001. Entering the field as a teacher then moving up to management to benefit others with her expertise. Ghada graduated from Ain Shams university - Faculty of Commerce. She started her first job as a Math teacher in 2001, she then decided to pursue a Masters degree in Education. Ghada completed her Master of Education in English as a Second Language with distinction from Acacia University in 2017. She has also been mentoring teacher learners taking their PGCE (Postgraduate Certificate of Education) from University of Sunderland, and she is a member of the committee of Student Wellbeing and Safeguarding there.

 

Sahar Badawi

Sahar has been an English teacher for more than 30 years in schools & universities, and specializes in teaching at senior high school and teaching Linguistics in Assuit university - Sohag branch. She is the mother of three successful children. The second child is a student at the AUC studying architecture. An important project Sahar is working on is spreading awareness among students about the dangers of Global Warming through the environmentalists’ club she helped forming in her school science lab. Sahar held many positions in the educational field leading the work of maintenance and renewing school buildings. In addition, revising the ministry curriculum of all stages. She have been awarded a scholarship to the United Kingdom in 1998 to learn about the methodologies of teaching English, in addition to another scholarship to Germany in 2015 about managing schools. These two scholarships marked two different stages her career starting as an English teacher and continuing as a school manager. In 2018 she has been chosen by the RELO US Embassy in Cairo for the mentoring program in upper Egypt. Sahar have been mentoring teachers and supervisors since then.