Teach For Qatar is a local non-government organization (NGO) working as part of the solution to help solve the challenges Qatar's students face. It does this by reinvesting exceptionally talented leaders into the independent school system through a two-year leadership development and teaching program.
Alistair Routledge was appointed President and General Manager of ExxonMobil Qatar Inc. in January 2015. He is responsible for leading the interface of all ExxonMobil-affiliated activities in Qatar in partnership with Qatar Petroleum as well as joint ventures between Qatar Petroleum International and ExxonMobil abroad. ExxonMobil is working to realize the full potential of Qatar’s energy industry.
His Excellency Dr. Mohammed bin Saleh Al Sada was appointed Minister of Energy & Industry in 2011, as well as Managing Director and Chairman of the Board at Qatar Petroleum.
As the Chairman of the Joint Advisory Board (JAB) at Texas A&M University in Qatar, H.E. Dr. Al Sada remains an active member of the Qatari community. He has also previously served as a member of several distinguished committees and organizations, including the Permanent Constitution Preparation Committee, the Supreme Education Council, and the National Committee for Human Rights.
Professor Sheikha Al-Misnad is currently the president of Qatar University. A distinguished alumna of QU, she holds a PhD in Educational Leadership from Durham University, an Honorary Doctor of Laws from Dalhousie University, Canada; and an Honorary Doctorate in Civil Law from Durham University in recognition of her "Outstanding achievements in the field of education”.
Engineer Saad Al Muhannadi was appointed President of Qatar Foundation for Education, Science and Community Development (QF) in September 2013.
He serves on the Board of Teach for Qatar (TFQ), of which Qatar Foundation is a key partner providing collaborative support in education.
Engineer Saad was one of the founding members of QF when he joined the Foundation in 1995 as Project Manager for Capital Projects before being promoted to Assistant Director and, in 2005, to his previous role as Vice President of Capital Projects and Facilities Management.
His Excellency Dr. Mohammed Al Hammadi holds a PhD from Clarkson University in the US, after having attained a Master of Science from North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University.
H.E. Dr. Al Hammadi previously served as Qatari Diar’s Chief Corporate Improvement Officer, where he was responsible for strategic planning and development. Before which he was Vice President for Institutional Planning and Development at Qatar University, between 2007 and 2008.