Mahmoud Al Ali
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Mahmoud graduated in 2004 with a Bachelors in English from Aleppo University in Syria. He continued his studies with a postgraduate diploma in Education from the Syrian Virtual University. Alongside his studies Mahmoud also gained invaluable experience working in the educational sector. From 1991 – 2007 he worked as a part time English language teacher.
In 2008 Mahmoud was awarded a Saïd Foundation Scholar to study for an MA in Educational Leadership and Innovation at the University of Warwick. On completion of his studies Mahmoud returned to Syria and until 2014 he worked as a Specialist Inspector in English Language.
Since 2017 Mahmoud’s career has focussed on supporting displaced families in Syria. He initially started working for UNICEF and then transferred to UNOCHA Qamishli sub-office in the AL Hassake Governorate. The office supports refugees across the north east of Syria with humanitarian assistance whilst advocating for international human rights.