Our team is made up of dedicated people from the Middle East and US who share a common goal of helping to put the last, first.
BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Mr. Gunnar Klarr (emeritus)
Dr. Mowafak Al Yafi
Dr. Imad Libbus
Dr. Curt Rhodes
Dr. Thomas Resler (emeritus)
Dr. David Scales
Mr. Thane Seager (emeritus)
Dr. Sheila Leatherman
Mr. John Gappa
Dr. Heather Cordell
Mr. Hisham Kassim
Ms. Janet Cowell
Dr. Teeb Al-Samarrai
Mr. Paul Martin (emeritus)
Ms. Sarah Maduri
Mr. David Conner
Mr. Don McCarty
Dr. Tim McKeown
Mr. Steve Schewe
Ms. Samia Tarraf
Jim has worked as Questscope’s financial controller for almost 24 years. His co-workers and the work of Jean Vanier, especially the book Becoming Human, inspire him.
His favorite hobby happens to be mixing and pouring concrete!
My biggest challenge is lake of money to implement projects to help more people Best thing I like about work is meeting my coworkers for morning coffee Best thing.
Im proud about is being able to reflect my experience by working with youth Best thing I learned is how to deal with all kinds of people.
Im married and I have one sun who is about to graduate college My favorite book is (Becoming Human ) Jean Vanier.
Joe leads Questscope's development program. He is proud to share the Questscope story of positive impact through visionary commitment to "Putting the last, first."
His training and professional experience reflect an abiding social justice commitment. Joe has a PhD in civil rights history and an MPH in global health. He was lucky in the example offered by his parents, two very decent Canadian farm kids who worked in health and education.
What I find challenging about my work is the vast geographical area that we cover and we have to travel to reach all the centers I enjoy the great spirit of collaboration in our team and the noble goals that we aim to achieve.
My proudest moment is when I feel that Im one the people who are building the way for the youth to be back on the right track.
My biggest challenge is g able to adapt and deal with different personalities and different environments within the communities we work in.
Best thing in my work is constant search for positivity and being a witness on the good change that happens to our youth and that gives us a big positive boost of energy and gives you a great sense of pride, and belonging to a team that is like a big family .
I learned that no work would be achieved without team work, and we always need to keep on learning Best book I read was Alamut by Vladimir Bartol.
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