| Born in March 3rd, 1986 - Amman, started volunteering in the social field in 1997 when was 11 years old with the Jordanian Children's parliament. Began studying theater with the known drama school in Jordan that belongs to "The National Center of culture and Arts" 1999-2002.
During childhood, had participated in many conferences in the fields of human and children rights, and represented Jordan world wide.
In 2009 worked as a drama trainer for children, then founded Raneen Foundation "Raneen is a non profit foundation" which aims to develop the listening and communication skills for children, and educational methods.
Prizes and honoring:
Ayman Awadallah - MEMBER OF RANEEN’S TRAINING TEAM.
-Bachelor's degree in Arabic language - Yarmouk University. He worked as a teacher and educational expert for nearly 33 years at the UNRWA.
Dr. Mahmoud Abu Farwa Al-Rajbi - Member of Raneen’s Training Team.
| -PhD in Media from the Lebanese University - Beirut.
--A writer and journalist with more than 66 books in Arabic and English.
|Nour Al-Disi - Member of Raneen’s Training Team
|Jordanian theatre director. She holds a bachelor’s degree in directing and acting from Yarmouk University. She directed a number of plays for youth and children with Jubilee Schools, Women’s Union and Abdul Hameed Shoman’s Foundation. She has experience in education for more than 14 years at the Jubilee School and Terrasanta School. She also worked with Raneen as a voice actress and drama trainer.
Mais Irqsusi – Co Founder
|is a leader, organizer, and educator. She is the Executive Director of the Leading Change Network, and is the founder and executive director of Community Organizing Europe, where she works with organizing and leadership development at a number of European based unions and civil society organizations. She serves on the boards of the three organizations whose initiation and growth she has meticulously supported over the years: Ahel, Raneen, and the Arab Education Forum. Mais is passionate about leadership development and is determined to support changemakers to organize and lead campaigns that change unjust systems and strive for human rights and freedom. As a practitioner and champion of the community organizing framework, she has worked thoroughly on its localization in the Middle East and Europe and coached over 15 campaigns in different contexts to organize for change. She has also designed and ran over 100 workshops on narrative, organizing and leadership in various contexts. In 2011, Mais co-founded Ahel organization in Jordan, bringing organizing to the Arab world. During the six years she was co- leading Ahel, she succeeded in cementing both the practice of organizing and Ahel as a leading institute for civic change within the Arab world. In the four years prior to her work with Ahel, Mais led the programs of the Arab Education Forum developing and leading projects on youth empowerment, community education, and cultural regeneration across the region. In 2010 co-founded the organisation Raneen, an audio library initiative for children. Mais has a BA in management information systems and a Masters in Business Administration MBA from (NYIT). She is a certified PMP project manager and has an Executive Education from Harvard University in Leadership, Organizing and Action (LOA). She is originally from Jordan, is married to a Palestinian, and currently lives in Sweden. In her spare time, she loves to battle the waves of a raging ocean. She has a three year old daughter Ebba, who is the other spark in her life.
Lena Barakat – CO-Founder
| Born 9/30/1974و She holds a Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts - Music from Yarmouk University in 2000. She has worked in the field of education for more than eight years, representing Raneen in a number of local and international conferences.
She is currently working in Raneen as an Executive vice president.
Khuzama Abdul Karim Al-Rasheed - Member of Raneen’s Training Team
| -She holds a BA in History from Ain Shams University and MA in Media from Cairo University.
- worked in the Ministry of Education as a teacher and principal in the schools of the Ministry of Education.