Our Management Team | Crown Prince Foundation

Our Management Team

Dr. Tamam Mango - CEO
Tamam Mango

Dr. Tamam Mango is the CEO of the Crown Prince Foundation which was founded with the vision to partner with Jordan’s youth to help them attain their future aspirations. The Foundation seeks to support active youth engagement through participation, leadership, and competitiveness.

Tamam holds a Ph.D. in Politics from the University of Exeter, a master’s degree in International Development and Regional Planning, and bachelor’s degrees in Urban Planning and Management Science from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Tamam was a member of the Jordan National Competitiveness Team at the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation and the Jordan Agency for Enterprise and Investment Development. Prior to her work with the Crown Prince Foundation, she was a partner at Leading Point Management Advisory Services focusing on work in development consulting.

Nujoud Serhan - Director of Program Management and Performance Excellence

Director of Program Management and Performance Excellence

Nujoud Serhan is the Director of Program Management and Performance Excellence at the Crown Prince Foundation.

She has a MSc. degree in Poverty Reduction: Policy and Practice from the University of London and over 20 years of diversified experience in both development and the private sectors.

In development, Nujoud’s experience spans from establishing Project Management Departments, design and implementation of projects for development of local communities, youth capacity building, local economic and enterprise development. In addition to that, Nujoud has also designed projects that target Syrian refugees in Jordan in the areas of capacity building though vocational training and education in addition to transfer of knowledge and skills to members of their host communities.

More recently, Nujoud took the lead in establishing two Fab labs in Jordan. She also has hands on experience in the delivery of technical and vocational education in the private sector.

Through her different capacities, Nujoud served on several strategy development committees in the areas of microfinance, youth development and donor coordination with the Government of Jordan.

Mais Al Daoud - Director of Strategy & Partnerships

Over the past 16 years, Mais has obtained deep experience in strategies’ and clusters’ development, including organizational/enterprise sciences. She worked with local and international experts, which gave her high exposure and knowhow to contribute and add value to national economic reformations and competitiveness endeavors. She led several functions and roles within various organizations and national platforms, from programs/PMOs and strategy management, enterprise and ecosystems growth, to advocacy and policy development. She was able to develop key adaptive and solid skills including strategic analysis, ideation and conceptualization, and is always appreciative of new challenges. She enjoys working in entrepreneurial environments.

Mais has obtained her BSc. degree in Computer Science from the Princess Sumaya University for Technology and is now the Director of Strategy and Partnerships at the Crown Prince Foundation since July 2017, contributing to leading Jordan’s socioeconomic advancement through youth engagement, empowerment and enablement. She was the ICT & Creative Clusters Development Director at USAID- Jordan Competitiveness Program, before that, she worked as the ICT Sector Strategy & Programs Manager at the ICT Business Association of Jordan; Int@j. Before, Mais was part of the "National e-Government" team streamlining PMO and strategy practices within the various e-government programs and functions, at the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology.

Rawan Khoury - Director of Communications

Rawan Khoury is a passionate humanitarian who has dedicated her career to helping others through her work in different nonprofit organizations. With over 20 years of experience in marketing and communications, Rawan has extensive knowledge of the intricacies of dealing with the media and keeps up to date with the often-changing media and social media scenes.

Rawan joined the Crown Prince Foundation (CPF) in October 2017 as Director of Communications and immediately began to support and promote the Foundation’s vision of empowering Jordan’s youth and putting them in the driver’s seat.

Within her position at CPF, Rawan leads the Communications Department by driving innovative and creative concepts as well as effective communications. Using her understanding of what it takes to invest in and grow a unique organization not only at the strategic level, but also on the tactical side, Rawan directs the Communications team to create ambitious, innovative and integrated media and social media strategies for CPF and its different programs and initiatives. She also ensures impeccable execution of all events, designs, content, videos and production material as per set guidelines and parameters.

Prior to working with CPF, Rawan worked at the King Hussein Cancer Foundation (KHCF) for 11 years in a variety of roles, including communications, events, fundraising, patient support, corporate relations, media and public relations. Throughout her time at KHCF, Rawan undertook a leadership role in establishing the Media and Social Network Department and launched KHCF’s social media platforms reaching -at the time- more than one million friends and followers via different pages run by KHCF. She also oversaw all media efforts that focused on developing and maintaining media partners both locally and regionally to enhance public awareness and knowledge of the life-saving work of KHCF while ensuring that all major fundraising and awareness campaigns and activities receive proper media coverage and exposure to meet KHCF’s targets.

Rawan is a Qualified Director certified by the Jordan Institute of Directors – (JIoD) in cooperation with the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as well as currently serving as Secretary General on the Board of Directors of Al-Malath Foundation for Humanistic Care which offers palliative care to terminally ill patients.

Rawan has a BA in English Translation with a minor in English Literature from the Applied Science University, Jordan.

Faris Khatib - Director of Finance & Support Services

Faris Khatib is the Director of Finance & Support Services at the Crown Prince Foundation. He is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants (CPA) and was granted his license as a CPA in New Hampshire. Mr. Khatib received a Bachelor of Arts in Accounting from the University of Jordan. His past experience in senior financial management positions has provided him with opportunities to oversee all financial accounting functions in accordance with company's procedural methods and financial agreements.

Ahmad El-Zubi - Director of Community Outreach

Ahmad is the Director of Community Outreach (2022) at the Crown Prince Foundation, as well as the Founding CEO of Naua (2016), a not for profit social impact platform that aims to promote a culture of giving and philanthropy by connecting civil society actors within a common framework for measuring impact. Naua has established a national standard for giving, facilitated over USD 5m in donations to over 150 projects, and has directly impacted over 650,000 individuals. Naua was officially launched in 2018 as an initiative of the Crown Prince Foundation. In 2019, and in partnership with UNICEF, the National Platform for Youth Engagement and Volunteering, Nahno was launched, which hosts today over 70,000 registered users and has conducted over 600,000 volunteer hours.
Previously, Ahmad served as the Director of Research and Policy at the Jordan Investment Commission (2010 – 2016) and was a part-time lecturer at the Business School of the University of Jordan in Business (2009). Before that he worked in asset management at Hydro One Networks, Ontario’s electricity transmission company (2007). Ahmad is also a founding member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers Community in Amman (2011 – 2016)