Carole Rizkallah Alsharabati is the Director of the Political Science Institute at Université Saint-Joseph de Beyrouth. She holds a PhD in Political Science from Claremont Graduate University with emphasis on International Relations and Quantitative Methods.
Her current research focuses on forced migration. She provides consulting on security sector reform, focusing on quantitative analysis and process automation. In 2014, she participated in the creation and launching of an anti-Corruption whistle blowing NGO (Sakker El Dekkene).
She has further consulted for the International Foundation for Electoral Systems and the Lebanese Ministry of Interior on electoral reform. She has participated in several World Bank missions on Stakeholder and Risk Analysis in various countries including Cambodia and Morocco.
Carole is also a founding partner of CME Offshore sal, a 100+ employee software engineering company based in Beirut, with branches in the US, Argentina, India and China.
Jihad Nammour is ARMA Academic Coordinator. He is lecturer at the Institute of Political Sciences. Legal theory and Political sociology are his areas of study.
Jihad holds a DEA in Law and Political Science from Saint Joseph University.
His latest research focuses on forced migration. He develops educational programmes within several Lebanese NGOs, including Sakker el Dekkene and Peace Initiatives.
Youssef Khachab is ARMA Project Coordinator. He holds an MBA from the Lebanese American University.
Youssef worked with various civil society organizations and participated in elections’ observation missions in Lebanon and Jordan.