CRCICA’ Director issued many decisions including new appointments of a number of new staff to various positions, as alphabetically listed below:
Mr. Georges Ghali
As of October 2017, Mr. Georges Ghali was appointed as a Case Manager and a Legal Researcher at CRCICA’s Dispute Management Department. Mr. Ghali is a Cairo University and a Paris I Pantheon Sorbonne alumnus. Mr. Ghali has obtained his Master 1 degree at Paris I while obtaining his bachelor degree of Law in Cairo University in 2017. During his college studies, he participated in various internship programs at various law firms. In June 2017, Mr. Ghali joined CRCICA as a trainee at the Dispute Management Department. Mr. Ghali is fluent in Arabic, English and French.
Mrs. Noha Wahsh
Mrs. Noha Wahsh was appointed as Marketing & Communication Officer at CRCICA’s Conferences, Training and External Relations Department in September 2017. Mrs. Wahsh has graduated from the American University in Cairo in 2013, majoring in Business Administrations (concentration Marketing) and minoring in Economics. Mrs. Wahsh worked as a teaching assistant in the MBA program in AUC then she started working as a marketing specialist in the UNDP Project ” Egypt Foundation – El Nidaa” for one year and worked in Shababeek company for two years. Mrs. Wahsh is fluent in Arabic, English and French.
Mr. Sherief Ahmed
Mr. Sherief Ahmed was appointed as an Information Technology Supervisor at CRCICA. Mr. Ahmed holds a total of 15 years of experience in the field of Information Technology based Installing, configuring and administering network & modern Internet Technology. Mr. Ahmed has knowledge and experience in the maintenance and support of computer systems and networks of both small and large departments as well as the planning and practical implementation phases of various network & security projects. Mr. Ahmed has held responsibility for ensuring the security of stored information and for the installation of new hardware and software and in preventing illegal alterations, damage, or disclosure of information. Mr. Ahmed has experience in planning, coordinating and controlling the security measures for information systems to regulate access to computer data files. Prior to joining CRCICA, Mr. Ahmed was a network & system administrator supervisor.
Mrs. Shireen Fathy
Mrs. Shireen Fathy was re-appointed as Senior Executive Officer at CRCICA’s Conferences, Training and External Relations Department in June 2017. She was earlier a member of CRCICA staff from 1995 till 2008. During this period, Mrs. Fathy was promoted from technical secretary to senior executive officer at the Conferences and External Relations Department. She was also running the executive tasks of the office of the Director and was in charge of the researches and library till 2008. Mrs. Fathy contributed to many administrative and operational tasks during her career at CRCICA; among which was the Arabic translation of the arbitration rules of the Stockholm Chamber of Commerce.. In 2008, Mrs. Fathy was awarded by former Director, the late Dr. Mohamed Aboul Enein, a Medal for Merit in appreciation of “Exceptional devotion exerted during 13 years of sincere hard work”. Mrs. Fathy was graduated from the Faculty of Alsun (i.e. languages), Ain Shams University in 1995, majoring in the English language and minoring in Chinese. Prior to joining the CRCICA, Mrs. Fathy worked as a freelance translator and an intern at Al Ahram Weekly Journal.
Mr. Tamer El-Kharadly
Mr. Tamer El-Kharadly joined CRCICA in September 2017 as “Financial Controller”.
Mr. El-Kharadly has graduated from the American University in Cairo in 1991, majoring in Economics. He.has more than 25 years of experience through which he has been employed by Profit & Nonprofit, Governmental & Private, Trading-manufacturing & Services, local & multinational firms and organizations. Mr. El-Kharadly’s past experience includes sufficient knowledge and experiences in formulating financial policies, setting internal controls, issuing financial statements, implementing Financial management applications, managing cash & treasury aspects, supervising and coaching the subordinates and preparing budgets. Mr. El-Kharadly ha shown the ability to provide strategic advice and guidance on financial-accounting matters, to steer a significant change and improvement when necessary, to identify issues, to formulate opinions and to recommend solutions.