|Mohammad Obaidat, ; Executive Director||
Mohammad Obaidat is an entrepreneurship and innovation passionate, who has been in this sector for the past 12 years. He started his entrepreneurship career while working for a USAID funded project, with the objective of spreading awareness about entrepreneurship among senior university students aiming to reducing the gap between industry and academia.
Today, Mr. Obaidat is serving as a full-time director for Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship and the incubation manager at iPARK/Shamal Start, where he is responsible for the day to day operations of the incubator, and large part of his job is concentrated on providing daily consultancy and advice for the incubated businesses and young entrepreneurs.
Mohammad has a bachelor’s degree in business and financial economics from the Yarmouk University in Jordan, and master’s degree in Innovation and Technology Management from the University of Bath in the United Kingdom.
|Nada Al-Jafaari; Administrative Assistant||
Nada Al- Jaafari is a hard worker in Support planning and coordination of programs and its activities in both technology and social entrepreneurship, including fundraising, budgeting, and community outreach. Develops and implements programs that align with the organization's mission and support the organization's goals.
Al-Jaafari received her BSc in English Language and Literature from the University of Jordan. She has joined many courses to enhance her experience and skills in Creative, strategic and analytical thinker with the ability to manage multiple projects.
|Saba Al Satari, Entrepreneurship Programs Coordinator||