May Hassan is a Program Assistant at the Academy for International Development – Middle East and North Africa (AID-MENA) with 4 years of experience as a researcher and an International Relation officer at an international level.
In addition to being a graduate from University of Western Sydney with a Bachelor degree of International Politics, May has a Master degree of International Relations from Macquarie University, Australia.
By working with several International organizations including the Justice Research Group (Australia), Re-Quest for International Law and Immigration Consultant Centre (Australia), and Malmo University (Sweden), May has gained varieties of skills and knowledge as well as language proficiency in English, Arabic and French.
May is a skilled and passionate professional employer who seeks to consistently demonstrate a high level of skill in researching and writing. She aims to use her excellent communications skills through both on-the-job experience and further training and endeavour to produce objective, high-quality work that will contribute to the continued success of the organization.
May’s role in AID-MENA requires her to provide operational and administrative assistance to the Program manager. She performs a variety of tasks including researching, reporting, administrating, and coordinating between AID-MENA units and projects, developing and maintain calls for proposals; maintaining confidential records for the Program manager; coordinating with National Coordinators and Regional Officers; and monitoring various aspects of team members.