Deputy CEO, Senior Research Analyst

Mohammed Abu Dalhoum

Mohammed is NAMA’s deputy CEO, Partner, and a Senior Research Analyst at. He holds a Master of Arts in Middle East Studies – Conflict and Conflict Resolution from George Washington University and a bachelor’s in International Studies from Washington College. For his Master’s degree, Mohammed wrote his dissertation on the deradicalization of returnees from conflict zones – comparing the policies and programs in Jordan and Morocco. Mohammed also conducted research on women and youth inclusion in decision making in Jordan at the George Washington Research Days event in early 2019, which received high recognition from the Office of Engagement and the Global Women’s Institute. In addition to NAMA, Mohammed previously worked as a Senior Program Associate at PartnersGlobal in Washington, DC; a Local Development Consultant – Research Analyst, Civil Society at the Libya-based Taqarib project – funded by USAID and implemented by Development Alternatives Inc (DAI); and a Researcher at UNDP RBAS Regional Hub in Amman. Mohammed is also the founder and president of the youth-led and focused MENAACTION in addition to being a contributing writer for Arab News.