Lina Ibrahim Alameddine

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Personal information

Title: 
Director

Contact information (private)

Postal code: 
14-5163
City: 
Beirut
Country: 
Lebanon
Mobile phone: 
961 3 454748

Contact information (work)

Organization/Institution: 
Partnership Center for Development and Democracy
Address: 
Al-Mazraa, Columbia Center, Block B, 3rd flr.
City: 
Beirut
Country: 
Lebanon
Landline: 
961 1 303599
Fax: 
961 1 303911
Mobile phone: 
961 3 454748
Work email address: 
pcdd@pcdd.org

Education

Doctorate degree, Educational Management, Lebanese University, Lebanon.
Master's degree, Educational Management, 2003, Lebanese University, Lebanon.
Bachelor degree, Educational Management, 1997, Lebanese University, Lebanon.

Areas of Expertise

Managing Advocacy Campaigns
Educational Management
Educational Sciences
Managing Election Campaigns
Developing Instructional Systems
Managing Training Systems
Strategic Planning
Languages: 
English
French
Arabic

Work history

Director, 2007- present, Partnership Center for Development and Democracy (PCDD).

Training Program Manager, 2001 - 2007, National Democratic Institute for International Affairs (NDI).

Middle East Representative, 1997 - 2001, Institute of Developement and Adult Education.

Literacy Program Trainer/Coordinator, 1997 - 2001, The Ecumenical Popular Education Program (EPEP).

Honorary office and memberships

President of Mobadiroon, 2008 - present.

Founder of Partnership Center for Development and Democracy, 2007.

Productions

Publications highlights: 
  • Alameddine, L. & Mansfield, C. (2010). Advocacy manual: ABC’s of advocacy. Copenhagen: Danish Church Aid Publications.
  • Alameddine, L. & Mohamadieh, K. (2008). Advocacy toolkit: The social and economic impact of trade liberalization. Beirut: Arab NGO Network for Development.
Major achievements: 
  • Participated in the setting up of the Electoral Platform of Parliamentary Elections for former cabinet president and Minister of Education, 2009.
  • Facilitated the foundation of the National Network for Development (89 NGOs), the Lebanese Women Network (15 Lebanese Women’s NGOs), and the National Network for the Right of Access to information.
  • Trained 500 women candidates and political activists form Egypt, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan and Palestine to wage professional and credible election campaigns at the national level.