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Muhannad Jarrah

Muhannad Jarrah is the Executive Director of INJAZ Education, he is internationally recognized leader in the field of institutions. Mr. Jarrah has been actively involved with INJAZ since 2000, INJAZ is a leading organization in education and youth empowerment in Jordan. He has managed the organization’s operations for almost 19 years, supporting INJAZ to become a leader in financial education nationally and internationally. In his current capacity as Executive Director for INJAZ Education, he attracts and retains corporate partners, while supervising the business development and the overall sustainability of INJAZ Education. He is responsible for maintaining fruitful relationships with more than 57 CEOs of key corporations.

Jarrah earned his Bachelor Degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Florida in 1991. His 10-year experience in the private sector allowed him to build his managerial skills, making him a visionary and motivating leader. Jarrah uses of his in-depth understanding of the corporate sector to promote corporate social responsibility and to increase collaboration between the not-for-profit and private sectors.

Throughout the years, Jarrah has made his leadership and managerial skills available in regional and international trainings, consultation, facilitation and design thinking; He held training sessions in Serbia, Uganda, Morocco, Tunisia, Pakistan, Turkey and England focusing on NGO development and organizational issues such as fundraising, board-building, sustainability, operations and strategic planning. Jarrah was elected to represent the Arab Countries on Aflatoun’s international Board.

As a professional facilitator Jarrah established the first Chapter in the Arab countries on facilitation which affiliated with the IAF (International Association of Facilitation). Jarrah was elected as the chair person for the IAF chapter in Jordan. IAF is an international association that sets internationally accepted industry standards, provides accreditation, support a community of practice, advocates and educates on the power of facilitation and embraces the diversity of facilitators in addition, Jarrah was chosen with 12 international facilitators from all over the world to participate in the Global Challenges Foundation to work in enhancing the innovative project to reach to the final stage of the Global Challenge Foundation.

Jarrah is dedicated to social development he volunteered at the Jordan Olympic Committee during the year 2018: following his postgraduation experience, he put his efforts into scaling up volunteerism in Jordan and advocating for the development of a volunteer culture, which – in his opinion – is an integral part of civic education.