Deema W. Bibi is the CEO of INJAZ, a member organization of Junior Achievement Worldwide. Ms. Bibi elevated the work scope of INJAZ to new horizons by reaching out to all governorates of the Kingdom of Jordan. Her strategic plans and directives enabled INJAZ to develop high-impact programs, and to expand those programs to reach out to more than 120,000 students annually, and to build a strong network of supporters, including 2,500 qualified volunteers, 250 companies and institutions and a c-level, dynamic board of 50 business leaders.
Prior to INJAZ, Ms. Bibi was the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Program Manager at the United Nations Development Fund for Women regional office (UNIFEM), responsible for the creation and management of ICT and education-related initiatives in the Arab region.
Prior to joining the UN, Ms. Bibi worked at the private sector, where she developed and managed several ICT projects (focusing on voice processing, phone banking and eCommerce technologies) in Jordan and the Middle East.
Ms. Bibi sits on the boards of the Greater Amman municipality, National Council for Family Affairs, Development and Employment Fund, US-Arab Business Women Leaders, and is the Vice-Chair of the Arab Foundations Forum.
Ms. Bibi was awarded the Eisenhower Fellowship and the ASPEN Institute Fellowship. She is also the receiver of the Mosaic Social Leadership award and the NYIT Distinction award. Ms. Bibi received a Bachelor of Science in Digital Electronics and an MBA in International Business.
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