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Maram Haddad, MA

Position: Middle East and North Africa Program Assistant
Maram Haddad, MA

Maram Haddad provides administrative, logistical, and programmatic support for PHR’s project on building forensic capacity to document, collect, analyze, and preserve evidence of international crimes in northern Iraq. She coordinates the Iraq project’s day-to-day activities, participates in the planning and development of programmatic activities, and cultivates and maintains strong relationships with stakeholders to advance the goals of the project. She manages internal financial reporting, accounting, program expenses, and budget. She also handles logistics for PHR’s trainings on the documentation of forensic evidence of international crimes in northern Iraq.

Prior to joining PHR, Haddad worked as an assistant producer at the Arabic radio and the Arabic website at the United Nations Department of Public Information, where she helped senior producers to prepare materials needed for the daily online broadcast and to collect data using the UN database, and followed up with all meetings and press conferences at the UNHQ in NY and at the UN office at Geneva. Additionally, Haddad worked on editing several subsidiary UN websites and provided support with website data entering.

Originally from Syria, Haddad holds a BA in English Literature from Damascus University and an MA in Comparative English Literature with a special focus on political novels from the City College of New York, CUNY. Haddad is fluent in Arabic.

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