Secrétaire Général | Jordanie | The Higher Population Council
Maysoon Al-Zoubi currently the Secretary General of the Higher Population Council. She got a bachelor of Engineering at the University of Jordan in 1986. Then, she attended many specialization courses abroad. She got a Master of Water Demand Management at the Jordan University of Science and Technology. From January 2009 to July 2012, she has been the Secretary General of the Jordan Ministry of Water & Irrigation. Her professional experience is quite extensive and was accumulated mainly at the Ministry of Water and Irrigation. She joint the Hashemite Royal Court as Senior Policy Analyst / Economic Affairs Department from 2007 to 2009. Before that, she was seconded to the Prime Ministry of Jordan as Senior Infrastructure Specialist from April 2005 to April 2007. She has involved in providing objective, timely and proactive analysis with respect to international and domestic economic issues through constant coordination with various stakeholders including both the private and public sectors. Recommend a set of policy priorities and directions in accordance with Jordan’s strategic and national objectives. Prepare an extensive report providing sector overview that includes: main sector indicators in comparison to previous years, recent developments, and challenges.
Maysoon Zoubi has a long and prestigious career increasing accountable, sustainable, water sector management and governance for Jordan’s water resources. Maysoon Al-Zoubi has 29 years of experience managing water resources and utilities in Jordan demonstrating political savviness and diplomacy working closely with numerous political and private stakeholders. Eng. Maysoon Al-Zoubi served as the Technical Committee Chair for the ambitious Red to Dead Sea Project, Negotiator and Ambassador for Climate Change, Jordan. She is a WANA Institute’s Academic Advisory Board Member, Blue Peace Core Group member, chaired by HRH Prince Hasan Bin Talal, and The Jordanian Engineers Association’s Representative in Arab Engineers Union Committee of Water and Natural Resources.