Regional Head of Partnerships & Development INJAZ Al-Arab, Jordan
Mr. Tamer Zumot currently works as Regional Head of Partnerships and Development at JA MENA. prior to that Mr. Zumot was appointed as the Acting Chief Executive Officer of INJAZ UAE, a member of Junior Achievement Worldwide. Mr. Zumot used to lead the Regional Grants & Projects Unit at JA MENA since he joined the organization around 5 years ago. Prior to joining JA MENA, he was heading the Training department at Jordan Education for Employment (JEFE) in addition to being the Head of Libya and Tunisia Post Revolution Program at Foundation for the Future since February 2012.
Mr. Zumot’s experience is focused in the field of Community Development, Grants Management and Business Development with diverse expertise in youth training and empowerment, NGO capacity building, and stream lining the use of digital media in the dissemination of activities’ related news and achievements and in specific civil society’ social media movement in post-revolutionary areas.
Prior to that, Mr. Zumot added to his managerial skills through his USAID funded projects’ involvement; working in Operations in two projects; The International Youth Foundation, and The International Relief and Development. Mr. Zumot enjoys a vast experience in formulating, moderating and facilitating roundtable discussions in fields related to community development, political participation, women and youth empowerment, rule of law and governance. His most recent experience revolves directly on Youth Entrepreneurship & work readiness, and post revolution countries with special focus on the Libyan context, and its democratic transitional process.
Mr. Zumot is a scholar MBA student at South Wales University, UK, and has a Bachelor Degree in International Business Administration from Hashemite University, Faculty of Economics- Jordan and holds several training degrees in HR, Life Skills, Communications & Branding, Youth Entrepreneurship, Leadership and Change Management, and Business Etiquette and Protocol.