Imad is a professional engineer with 20 years’ experience in Syria, Jordan, Lebanon, West Bank/Gaza, Iraq, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Cambodia, South Korea, Senegal, Mali, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Mozambique, Swaziland, Moldova, Italy and Turkey.
Most of Imad’s past work focused on US Government clients to recently include USAID, Millennium Challenge Corporation (MCC) and the World Bank. Specifically, he has been responsible for strategy development and delivery, business development and preparation of technical and commercial proposals and project management in the areas of Infrastructure (transport, energy, water, wastewater), climate change, and the environment.
A strong communicator fluent in English, French and Arabic, Imad has strong leadership and interpersonal skills as well as an excellent ability to provide innovative solutions to complex development problems.
Imad’s wide experience with the federal government, especially with USAID, is a major step forward with our strategy to build a significant and sustainable business in the US.
‘I was interested in IMC primarily because of three main aspects: their entrepreneurial spirit, their innovation and they are forward-thinking, three aspects that are very dear to me.’