Mr. Mohamed Omran: The Executive Director
Mohamed Omran is an Egyptian civil society and human rights activist and leader, he worked for several prestigious Egyptian, and international organizations like Egyptian Association for community participation enhancement (EACPE), Association for freedom of thought and expression (AFTE) and Friedrich Naumann Foundation for Liberty (FNF). Since 2000 he worked in the fields of election monitoring, human rights, promoting democracy and good governance, and internet governance. Mr.Omran became Regional Program Coordinator for Frederich Nauman Foundation for liberty (FNF), and he assumed different positions in the organizations and he worked basically on MENA region, he even worked in Libya during the revolution and before the liberation of Tripoli. Mohamed was a trainer for different programs throughout the years in different programs and in different countries and he also have different significant publications in different fields like “The quest for an open Internet in the Middle East and Northern Africa”, for HIVOS , “Civil Society Organizations and Democratic Transition in Egypt: Contributions and Challenges”, for Friedrich Naumann Foundation, “The New Media and its Role in Supporting the Popular and Political Participation”, for El Haq Center for Democracy and Human Rights, “Civil society legislation in Libya: A history of harassment, a confounded present, and an unknown future” for The Legal Agenda. Currently, Mohamed Omran is the executive director of Democratic Transition and Human Rights Support Center “DAAM”.
Mr. Atef El Faleh : Chief Financial and Administrative Officer
Currently Atef El Faleh is the chief financial and administrative officer for Democratic Transition and and Human Rights Support Center (DAAM). He is in charge of accounting, preparing financial reports, and administrative affairs. Atef has a considerable experience in accounting and management and he worked for different corporations and associations. Besides, Atef is a civil society activist, he is a member of several civil associations such as Tunisian league for citizenship, Tunisian Human Rights League and Tunisian Reconciliation and Arbitration Center.
Mr. GHALLEB SALEM : Coordinator (Tunisia-Libya)
Salem Ghalleb is an English major, a civil society activist and leader and a national martial art champion. Salem managed to strike the balance between his academic commitment, his martial arts training, and his work with local and international organizations. He has various experience in the field of human rights, democratic transition, election monitoring, integrity, and counter terrorism. He worked as a field coordinator and long term observer throughout the three elections in Tunisia. He participated in different projects regarding integrity, transparency, eradicating corruption, and empowering women and other disempowered social groups to make them participate in the democratic process in Tunisia. Currently Salem is Tunisia-Libya coordinator for Democratic Transition and Human Rights Support Center.
Ms. Nada Ebkoora : Coordinator (Libya -Tunisia)
Ms. Saadi Imen : administrative Assistant
SAADI IMEN is an IT and administrative assistant currently working in DAAM for democratic transition and human rights support center, she studied IT management in higher school of commerce in Tunisia, with websites commercial’s specialty. Imen spends years working in different fields especially in IT and administrative work tasks.