Amany is the Regional Director of the humanitarian NGO Syria Relief & Development (SRD). She is currently obtaining her Doctor of Public Health at Johns Hopkins University and serves as an Associate Faculty member at the school's Department of International Health.
She holds a Bachelor of Arts (BA) degree in Human Biology and Psychology and a Master's degree in Health Services Administration (MHSA). She has served on the Board of Directors of the American Red Cross for her local chapter, and currently serves on the Advisory Committee of DisasterReady.
I am a member of the GA since 2020.
As someone working in the humanitarian sector, accountability is one of the most important elements of work—first and foremost to affected populations. Particularly during crises and disasters, the delivery of quality programming is an ethical obligation and moral imperative. HQAI works to uphold quality assurance and aligns itself with the Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability (CHS).
HQAI is special in that it brings together a diverse group of stakeholders from both within and beyond the humanitarian and development sector. This diversity allows for stronger expertise, creativity, and contribution in furthering HQAI's mission.