Esraa Al Ahmad E

Esraa Al Ahmad

Amman, محافظة عمّان

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About me:

My goal is to become associated with an organization where I can utilize my skills and gain further experience while enhancing the organization’s productivity and reputation.


2019- 2019: Project Management Professional (PMP) 
 2018-2018: International Trainer from London college (CIPT)
 2013 – 2014: Diploma in Management of Non-profit Organizations
 2008 – 2012: B.A in Translation, GPA: 80/100, Jadara University
 2007 – 2008: Tawjihi, GPA: 87 In The Scientific Stream, Oxford High School 


Professional Experience:
Employer: Global Communities 
Period: June 2019 – present 
Position: Learning and Development Specialist 
Reports to: Chief of Party 
Project: USAID Youth Power is a $23 Million, supports positive youth development for at-risk youth using a 
positive youth community development approach.
1. Learning and capacity building: 
 Supervise and mentor six Field Learning Officers, two each in the southern/Ma’an, center/Amman, and 
northern/Irbid regions.
 Supervise and mentor sixty Learning club focal points, two each community in the southern/Ma’an, 
center/Amman, and northern/Irbid regions.
 Participate in and contribute to Train the Facilitators Transformational Learning youth training sessions.
 Evaluate youth facilitators based on the evaluation methodology used by the learning and development 
 Supervise, monitor, the field-testing, and revision of the training manuals, capturing and integrating lessons 
learned and best practices from the program engagement/training with youth participants.
 Supervise and ensure the quality of all youth-led training sessions in communities 
 Ensure quality of youth-led training, and training support provided by YP across all regions/communities.
 Prepare weekly progress reports on all ongoing activities, with a focus on the achieved goals.
 Manage the budget of the activities and provide quarterly projections. 
2. Trainer/ coach: 
 Carry out training needs and learners’ need analysis;
 Define and prepare a training plan based on the skill sets required.
 Design age-appropriate, gender-sensitive and people with disabilities training activities, 
 Incorporate the Positive Youth Development framework when designing the learning program, 
 Provide coaching and mentoring for the new facilitators, in addition to providing coaching skills for youth. 
 Develop tools to engage youth at – risk within the learning process. 
 Apply education in emergency principles. 
3. Networking and communication: 
 Coordinate with the program partners/stakeholders for youth-lead training in the communities.
 Reach out and conduct meetings and presentations with potential partners and services providers to refer 
youth to. 
 Refer youth and network them with relevant service providers in their communities or Amman.
 Present the program in various workshops and meetings. 
 Increase the visibility of the program by utilizing social media and offline meetings. 
 Create youth networks and service providers networks. 

Employer: Princess Alia Foundation
Period: May 2018 – May 2019 
Position: Project Manager 
Reports to: Director 
Project: Coalition of Princess Alia Foundation, Horizons for Green Development and Future Pioneers, funded by 
The Netherland Embassy. 
 Hold and coordinate regular updates meetings with the stakeholders and/or partners
 Present Princess Alia Foundation, Horizon for Green Development, Future Pioneers, and the Netherland 
Embassy in all events and conferences. 
 Follow-up with and oversee fieldwork to ensure appropriate implementation
 Draft progress reports on a weekly, monthly, and/or annual basis based on needs
 Accompany visitors, relevant stakeholders and/or partners on missions
 Implement monitoring and evaluation tools to ensure quality implementation of projects and deliverables 
 Manage the budget of the activities and provide quarterly projections. 
Employer: Un Ponte Per
Period: August 2017 – May 2018 
Position: Protection – Consultant Manager 
 Provide technical guidance to UPP staff (all field staff, project managers, volunteers) ensuring respect 
protection best-practices and the quality implementation and achievements of results;
 Conduct frequent and regular field visits to assess cases and monitor activities (in the Irbid and Amman 
 Implement case management and referrals for vulnerable beneficiaries (children and adults): identification, 
counseling and orientation, referral, follow-up, provision of legal and material assistance;
 Coordinate with UPP M&E officers for data collection after field monitoring;
 Design and delivering protection-related training and workshops according to the staff needs as requests 
from the Project Managers and the Head of Office;
 Support the production of relevant material on protection-related issues as per project needs;
 Producing regular protection-related reports;
 Cooperate constantly with project managers to identify protection gaps in the project implementation and 
the most suitable interventions.
 Represent UPP in the relevant Protection meetings and working groups;
Employer: IREX Jordan 
Period: August 2015 – August 2017 
Position: Events’ Management Coordinator 
Reports to: Deputy Chief of Party 
Project: USAID Takamol Gender Project. 
 Plan delivery of goods and services on behalf of the office following standard practices and keep 
documentation to full audit trail standards.
 Liaise with the administrative assistant in organizing and support office maintenance.
 Support the Team Leader with ‘visitors’ and events management.
 Maintain the assets register according to USAID policy by coordinating with the administrative assistant.
 Establish a car fuel monitoring system that comes in line Al Manager online reports and vehicle logbook.
 Event Planner and Event Support Coordinator to support the USAID Global Development Lab. The overall 
objective of the lab is to harness the power of science, technology, innovation, and partnership (STIP) to source and scale dramatic breakthroughs that accelerate the achievement of foreign policy and development 
goals. The lab operates in support of this objective through a two-part mission: produce breakthrough 
development innovations and accelerate the transformation of the U.S. development enterprise
 January 2014 – July 2015: Case Manager, International Rescue Committee (IRC):
 January 2013 – December 2014: Community Mobilizer International Relief and Development:
 February 2012 – January 2013: Project Coordinator, JHAS (Jordan Health Aid Society

What kind of projects is Esraa Al Ahmad looking for?

INGOs and USAID project

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