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
I have worked at QS for a long time and now I know that QS has become part of my character and part of the way I think and react.
I’m proud to belong to QS team that is my second family, Living with the stories of marginalized people taught me to feel blessed and always encouraged me to give more.
Danny is the Executive Administrator to the International Director. Danny pursued his Bachelor of Arts in political science at Loyola University Chicago, where he was part of the Interdisciplinary Honors program. While there he developed his love for helping those in need.
Since graduating in 2016, Danny has been employed by three different nonprofits. He has thoroughly enjoyed working in the nonprofit sector and is excited to help carry out Questscope’s mission of putting the last, first.
Outside of work, Danny is an avid runner having completed seven marathons. He also likes to travel, go to concerts, and relax by watching TV or reading a good book.
What do you find the most challenging at Questscope?
The most challenging part of my job at QS is trying to get the best from every individual in my team.
What do you like or enjoy most about Questscope? The Humanitarian touch that inside most of my Co-workers.
What is your proudest moment at Questscope?
My proudest accomplishment would have to be when I helped develop a new technique. And realized that there was a much more efficient way to get the job done.
With the help of my supervisor and my team, It was such a rush to come to work and see people getting trained to do something that I helped develop.
What is the most important thing you have learned during your work here? stress management and the positive side it made me a great problem solver and it is easy to think outside the box.
Tell us a little about yourself? I was born and raised in Jordan – I finished my high school Education specializing in information technology from Jawharet al orobeh , I got my bachelor's degree from University of Jordan Majoring in Languages-my hoppy are swimming and traveling in strange places -Hiking .
What is the best book you have ever read? القران الكريم -weathering heights-harry potter- الفيل الازرق -
My biggest challenge at work is being tide to all kinds of variables that are out of our control, but I love the human relations between staff that would last beyond work hours that would give you a feeling you’re at home.
Most thing Im proud of is the change that we target for our youth got me first through my work, Im a different Rasha than 3 years ago Rasha.
The most important thing I learned was that we are all human and everyone deserves to be treated accordingly Im a quiet person, I love sunlight and I hate fall and how the trees look without their leaves, I constantly like to challenge myself by practicing my fears.
Best book I read was 40 rules of love.
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