Mohsin is an artist, activist, and Founder of #MeWe International Inc. (#MeWeIntl), a global non-profit that builds communications and storytelling interventions for psychological wellbeing, leadership development, and community engagement.
His work has received honors from SOLVE MIT and Open Ideo. Mohsin’s innovative work has reached thousands of people across more than 12 countries, beginning with his Fulbright Scholarship in 2010.
He has been a featured speaker at the World Economic Forum, United Nations, MIT, TEDx, and his work on #MeWeSyria has been published on UNHCR Innovation, VICE, and Al Jazeera.
Jacquelin is a visionary, an artist, and a culture enthusiast. She is an international development professional with a profound ability to empower people through skill-building and improved decision-making to overcome social and economic injustices.
She has extensive international experience in twenty countries, primarily focused in Latin America. She is a leader and team member who believes in, and practices the idea of, ‘each one teach one.’
Jacquelin is the Global Program Manager for #MeWeIntl; facilitating programs, cultivating new and existing partnerships and communities, leading programs in the Americas, and supporting the creative content and equal representation of voices and stories around the world.
Hadi is a 26 year old Syrian living in Turkey. In 2016, Hadi began working with #MeWeInternational Inc. doing outreach to hundreds of Syrian Refugees in Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon leading technical teams and training. He is a leader for a Syrian refugees network who are leading #MeWeSyria program. Over the last six years, Hadi has worked with young people on social development, psychosocial wellbeing, peace building and non-violent communication through different programs.
Hadi is a certified trainer by APCEIU UNESCO and the British Council on Global citizenship education and active citizenship. He is a BSc student in Psychology at the University of Essex online. As a passionate person about psychology and peace building, Hadi is starting his own YouTube program on understanding Stress, Trauma, and anxiety in relationship with Education and peace building.
Hadi has been working as a consultant in MHPSS for different organizations such as GIZ and Beyond conflict.
Amanda began her accounting career while still in high school and going to the local community college as part of the Executive Internship Program during her senior year. After realizing Accounting was her passion she continued on to complete her Bachelor degree in this area. Amanda is currently the principal owner of Books to Bank Accounting Services LLC which she started in 2013 after working eight years for a nonprofit and seven years collaborating with for profit organizations in various capacities and levels. With over twenty plus years of experience in Accounting and Finance Amanda has a unique perspective in which she has developed a diverse client base including religious entities, designers, sports trainers, Catholic schools and numerous small apostolates and companies. Amanda is a certified trainer in QuickBooks and SAP in which she works on several globally aligned accounting systems.
Mike is an applied neuroscience researcher and practitioner focusing onmental health and psychosocial support (MHPSS) for conflict-affected populations. Michael currently serves as the Trauma and Violent Conflict Program Director at Beyond Conflict as well as the Senior Technical Expert for Mental Health and Psychosocial Support at Questscope in Amman, Jordan. He oversees the design and implementation of research and applied projects that address the role of chronic stress and trauma in the genesis and escalation of violent conflict, and the role of trauma healing in conflict resolution efforts.
Michael is the author of several innovative scientific publications on issues of neuroscience, violent extremism, intergrouprelations, and social movements and is the author of the Field Guide for Barefoot Psychology. Michael is a former Fulbright Scholar and is fluent inEnglish, Spanish, and Arabic. He holds degrees from Tufts University (BA,International Relations) and University College London (MSc Social Cognition).
Dillon is an Internal Auditor in the Risk and Financial Advisory practice at Deloitte and Touche, LLP where he serves various Fortune 500 companies, Healthcare Networks, and Institutions of Higher Education on assurance and consulting engagements and as a Subject Matter Expert for grants management, post-award accounting, and grant compliance including 2CFR200.
Prior to joining Deloitte Dillon served in various executive management positions including co-founding and serving as the First Chief Financial Officer of Breakthrough Montessori Public Charter School in Washington, D.C. and serving as the Director of Finance and Operations at Beyond Conflict. Dillon holds a BA from The Catholic University of America, an MSW from Columbia University, and an MBA from the Quantic School of Business.
Alaa is a freelance psychosocial/protection consultant and curriculum developer who helps INGOs and educational platform professionals build their capacity and provide the communities they are working in with good psychosocial services.
Before starting a consulting business, Alaa spent 11 years working with various International organizations in Jordan such as Mercy Corps, Save the Children, IMC, UNICEF and UNRWA.
After a successful career working for international organizations, Alaa now works with #MeWe International Inc. to help with managing their programs in Jordan, Turkey, Lebanon and Berlin.
Alaa received her Master's Degree in Psychology from Yarmouk University. She has published a research paper in the International Journal of Research in Education and Psychology and designed three psychosocial programs. Alaa has launched an online course with educational platform For9a.com, and she will publish three books soon.