Amman Office in Amman, Jordan
Resident Director in Sydney, Australia
Mohammad is Jordanian-Palestinian who was born in Kuwait. He joined the ISA Jordan team in October 2010. He is a PhD candidate in Teaching & Teacher Education from the University of Arizona. His research focuses on ways of improving the educational system at the Palestinian refugee camps in Jordan. A former Fulbright fellow who received his masters in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Jordan, Mohammad taught Arabic at the Critical Language Scholarship Program in Amman and at the University of Arizona. He has extensive experience working with American students both stateside and overseas in curricular and extracurricular settings. Mohammad also has years of experience in student services. As Coordinator and Director in Residential Education at the University of Arizona, he led programs in community building, social justice, and diversity awareness. In addition to training Peace Corps volunteers in Jordan, Mohammad has himself volunteered at Palestinian refugee camps, International Rescue Committee, Habitat for Humanity, and many other organizations.