“On a global scale we have had women in Rotary for only the last quarter of our history, and it is no coincidence that those years have been by far our most productive. In 1995, only 1 in 20 Rotarians were women; today, that number has risen to 1 in 5. It is progress, but it is not enough. It is only common sense that if we want to represent our communities, we must reflect our communities, and if we want to serve our communities fully, we must be sure that our communities are fully represented in Rotary.” K.R. Ravindran, Rotary International President RY2015-16.
It is no coincidence that Rotary Club of Dubai has received an award at the District 2452 conference held in Amman, Jordan.
We were awarded 》The Most Distinguished Club supporting the District 《. The award was received on behalf of the Rotary Club of Dubai by the 1st Vice President, Rola Hamdan and handed over by the District 2452 Governor, Mustafa Nasseredin.
On behalf of the Rotary Club of Dubai administration and with great pleasure and joy, we invite you, your spouses and friends to attend receipt of the award by the President of the Rotary Club of Dubai, Thoraya Al Awadhi on Monday, 30th May 2016 at 19h.
Rotary Club of Dubai
Secretary General | RY2015-16
Major Donner, Paul Harris Fellow, and Benefactor, DG Mustafa is member of RC of Amman Petra since 1993. He served as Club President in 1998-1999, and served as chair of different committees on club, country and district levels. He was special representative in chartering three rotary clubs in Palestine. DG Mustafa received the Rotary Avenues of Service Citation in 2003.
Holder of a Master’s degree in Computer Engineering, DG Mustafa Nasereddin is equipped with 40 years of cross-cultural and cross-industry experience, as an engineer, business developer, communicator, mentor and entrepreneur. His solid experience allowed him to become a driving force within business development, information technology, education, and microfinance;
DG Mustafa Nasereddin is the Chairman of group of companies such as: Jordan Micro-Credit Company, World Links Arab Region, and the Guide Association Scientific Board for the Middle Eastern area. He serves as member of the board for Jordan Scientific Research Support Fund, Jordan Microfinance Council, and the Jubilee Institute.
DG Mustafa was cofounder of Gift of Life Amman. He also served as member of the Advisory Council of the Internet Society (USA), Founding Chairman of the Union of Arab ICT Associations, Secretary General of the UN ICT Arab Network, Chairman of the Information Technology Association of Jordan, Member of the public private partnership advisory council at the Ministry of Planning & International Cooperation in Jordan, and Member of the Advisory Council, Talal Abu-Ghazaleh Graduate School.
DG Mustafa is married to Ghada. They have four children and one granddaughter