Amer AlkhaldiSenior Officeramer.alkhaldi@dohainstitute.edu.qa <p>From 2001 to 2009 Amer Ali Al Khaldi worked as educational chief inspector of French language at the Qatari Ministry of Education, senior advising counselor at the Supreme Education Council in Qatar, and secondary school teach of French language. He earned in 1993 a License of Language Sciences from the University of Franche-Comte in France. Amer Ali Al Khaldi enjoys reading, traveling, and tourism.​</p>Senior Officer
Nadia Ahmed ElTelaityRegistration and Student Affairs Managernadia.eltelaity@dohainstitute.edu.qa<p>Nadia Ahmed ElTelaity is a Registration and Student Affairs Manager at the Doha Institute for Graduate Studies.</p><p>Her vision for the department from a student affairs aspect is to provide services and programs to promote the quality of student life, meet student needs, and enhance the student learning process and their success.</p><p>She worked for 4 years as a social worker in the Vocational Rehabilitation Association. Following that, she spent 2 years as a computer teacher in Smouha Language School – AlAzhar AlSharif amd a further 3 years asa  Student Affairs Audit in Pharos University in Alexandria. Her most recent 5 and a half years were spent as the Admissions and Registrations Manager in the Japan University of Science and Technology in Alexandria, Egypt.</p><p>She graduated from the Higher Institute of Social Work in 2000, and received her Management Information System Higher Diploma in 2003 from Sadat Academy for Management Science, as well as her Masters in Human Resources Management in 2014 from Eton University.</p><p>In 2012, she attended an intensive course about University Administration in Ritsumeikan University in Kyoto in addition to several courses about Business Management, Project Management, and others.</p><p>She enjoys reading about quality management, human development and also enjoys novels in general as well as shorter books. She also likes attending cultural events. ​​</p>Registration and Student Affairs Manager