7 July 2015 – Amman, Jordan: Generations For Peace, the Jordan-based global peace-building organisation, has appointed three new members to its board as it looks to further enhance its efforts to build social cohesion, active tolerance and responsible citizenship in communities facing conflict and violence in Jordan and around the world.
The three new board members bring a wealth of expertise in non-profit, philanthropy, government, media and commercial partnerships to the Generations For Peace board. H.E. Mr Samir Murad, a Businessman and Social Entrepreneur, President of Said Murad & Sons, is dedicated to youth development, education, employability and responsible citizenship. H.E. Mrs Suzanne Afanah is a communications and media professional, currently serving as Managing Partner of Advvise, and formerly Director of Communications, Branding and CSR at Zain Group and Chief Editor at Jordan TV. Ms Deema Bibi, CEO of INJAZ since 2005, is a Founding Member of the Arab Foundations Forum, and Advisor to the Board of the King Abdullah II Fund for Development.
HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, Founder and Chairman of Generations For Peace, said:
“Generations For Peace welcomes three new board members, all of whom bring excellent experience and valuable insights to our board. Their dedication and leadership will be instrumental in advancing Generations For Peace’s role in the field of peace and development.”
The three new members join Generations For Peace’s existing board members: H.E. Mr Akel Biltaji, Mayor of Greater Amman Municipality, Jordan; Mr. Ala’ Khalifeh, Managing Partner, Khalifeh & Partners Law Firm; Mr. Mazen Tantash, Chairman and CEO, Tantash Group; Mrs Jadranka Stikovac Clark, Director of the Generations For Peace Institute; together with HRH Prince Feisal Al Hussein, Founder and Chairman, Generations For Peace.
More information about all current board members can be found on the Generations For Peace website: https://www.generationsforpeace.org/leadership
Generations For Peace is a non-profit organisation founded in 2007 dedicated to sustainable peace building and conflict transformation through sport, arts, advocacy, dialogue and empowerment.