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Noor Al-Dajani

Director of External Relations

Noor grew up knowing her mission is to make a difference, she dedicated her life to this and has been working in the field of Project Management, Youth Development, Health Promotion and Injury Prevention for the past 15 years.

Her background includes designing and managing national projects catering to health awareness and injury prevention, such as Think First, Safe Kids Worldwide and the Global Micro-clinic fund for Diabetes.

Noor worked on the research and design of special projects with the capacity to manage these projects such as a Sidra Fund and The Sidra Family Village. Noor also worked on assisting in the design of an Institute of Public Health with Weill Cornell Medical College in Qatar and a Childhood Obesity Research with Northwestern University in Chicago.

Noor returned to Jordan in 2017 and has been working as a social development consultant with clients such as the EU, World Bank, DFID, Maastricht University, UNICEF and local organizations such as Partners Jordan and Analysis Market Research offering Writing Services, Project Design, Monitoring and Evaluation and Qualitative research. 

It has been an ongoing trend that all the projects Noor has worked on have been from the establishing phase. This was great for her to acquire the knowledge of what it takes to be part of the starting team and the patience, determination and belief that comes with it, Noor interest in co-founding Spacelabs was the chance this company grants to many Jordanian and Arab youth in a new exciting sector whilst building their capacities into new fields and being a major agent in increasing job opportunities in Jordan. The latter resonated perfectly with Noors passion in making a difference. 

Noor graduated with a Master’s Degree in Media and Cultural Studies at Nottingham Trent University, Southampton, England in 2004, and a Bachelor of Science in Applied Social Sciences at University of Southampton, Southampton England in 2002.

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