Nadia Al-Said, Programs Manager and Special Assistant to the Vice President
Nadia Al-Said joined IPI as a Program Coordinator in 2016. Her responsibilities involves working with the Vice President, program directors, and other staff to develop and track projects throughout...
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Nadia Al-Said joined IPI as a Program Coordinator in 2016. Her responsibilities involves working with the Vice President, program directors, and other staff to develop and track projects throughout the project cycle: from conception, to execution, to reporting and follow-up, including impact tracking and monitoring and evaluation. Moreover, Nadia assists the Vice President and Resource Development Staff to prepare concept notes for donors, assisting in annual donor narrative reporting as well as support to the organization of events.
Prior to joining IPI, Nadia worked at UNESCO headquarters in Paris, where she worked in the office of the Director General, Irina Bokova as a Coordinator for Crisis and Transition Responses. As part of that work she worked in the UNESCO field office in Juba, South Sudan in 2014. Later, she held the position of Advisor at the Permanent Delegation of the Sultanate of Oman at UNESCO to develop and strengthen links between the delegation of Oman and The Secretariat in addition to developing project proposals to advance one of UNESCO’s priority fields ‘gender equality.’
Nadia holds a Masters of Philosophy (MPhil) in politics from the School of Law and Politics in Cardiff University, Wales, United Kingdom. Her thesis focused on the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): cooperation and development in a new world order. She also holds a Masters of Arts (MA) with honors in International Relations and Diplomacy, from the American Graduate School of International Relations and Diplomacy (AGSIRD) in Paris, France, and her thesis focused on Oman’s economic development between exhaustible and renewable resources.
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