I have been an academic for the last 12 years. I have held various academic positions at well- reputed universities in the USA (Western Michigan University and Oklahoma State University) and Middle East region (Egypt and Qatar). My academic journey has started at Egyptian universities through building my leadership and communications skills, teaching economics classes and studying graduate courses, attending workshops, seminars, and conducting an academic research. Through my various academic experience I have gained and developed statistical and econometrics techniques that handling different types of computer skills such as STATA, Gauss, SPSS, JMP, R and E-Views. Additionally, being graduate teaching assistant and graduate housing assistant in the USA, I have developed an excellent communication skills to deal with different background students as well as academic staff. Such as, performing daily statistical reports, helping to build a sense of community among all international graduate students, work closely with a wide range of international students and work in a team work among colleagues.

  • July 2012June 2010

    Graduate Teacing Assistant

    Oklahoma State University, USA

  • Present31 August 2014

    Teaching Assistant in Economics

    Qatar University

  • 2010September 2004

    Teaching Assistant in Economics

    Suez Canal University, Egypt

  • June 2004October 1999

    Research Assistant / Instructor

    Suez Canal University, Egypt

  • MSc 2012

    Master in Economics

    Oklahoma State University, USA

  • MA 2009

    Master in Applied Economics

    Western Michigan University, USA

  • lvl 2006

    Partial Fulfillments of Ph.D. degree in Economics

    Faculty of Economics & Political Science, Cairo, Egypt

  • MSc 2004

    Master of Business in Economics

    Faculty of Commerce, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt

  • BSc 1999

    Bachelor of Commerce, Major in Economics

    Faculty of Commerce, Suez Canal University, Ismailia, Egypt

  • 2008
    Egyptian Higher Educartion Scholarship