Amal is a founder and Chief of AAA, she is a family physician with over 30 years service in the Ministry of Health. She holds a Master d in Public Health and a Senior Civil Service Diploma. She is a certified trainer, NLP Practioner and Coach as well as a Professional Co-active Coach.
She is known for her high level of enthusiasm, relationship building and dedication. Amal is an innovative and passionate leader with an outstanding career in the field of health promotion. She has worked with the Regional Office for Eastern Mediterranean of World Health Organization, the Executive office of the GCC Health Ministers Council, UNDP and UNIDO Offices in Bahrain. At present she is working with UNIDO as senior health promotion expert
Amal was the first Arabic woman to be bestowed with the most prestigious WHO award, the Sasakawa health prize during the 62nd World Health Assembly at the UN palace in Geneva on 2009. She has also been recognized for her achievements by His Majesty King Hamad Bin Isa Al Khalifa, King of Bahrain with a first degree medal for efficacy during the National Charter 10th anniversary.
She has worked with different teams in the Kingdom of Bahrain to develop national strategies for the Ministry of Education, General Sport and Youth Organization, as well as the Supreme Council of Women. Amal is also an active member and a volunteer with several non-profit organizations. She is vice president of Tolerance Society, Chairperson of women committee at Bahrain Charity Society, Consultant at future youth society and she is a member at Bahrain society for Training and Development (BSTD) as well as Bahrain Business Women Society.
In her free time Amal enjoys reading, exercising and discovering new countries.