His Royal Highness Prince Ra’ad of Jordan and Mr. Abu Hashish/ May 2011, New York
Fawzi Abu Hashish, the Executive Director of Resource and Management International Network (RAMI Network), has decades of experience in the field of disabilities, social welfare, fundraising, management and international relations.
Before launching his own consulting network, Mr. Abu Hashish has spent 3 years as the Regional Director for the Middle East of the Global Consulting Department at YAI/National Institute for People with Disabilities (NY). He has also worked as a private development consultant for Human First and The Center for Discovery, organizations serving people with disabilities in the State of New York.
Throughout the years, Mr. Abu Hashish worked as a Director of Quality Assurance, Corporate Compliance Officer and Head of Incident Reporting Committee for agencies serving people with disabilities in NY. He also ran a residence, a respite and a summer camp for children and adults with developmental disabilities at various times.
While living in Amman, Jordan, Mr. Abu Hashish built a Multiservice Center for local citizens with disabilities with the funds he personally received from the Department of State in Washington, DC. He also served as a Disability Program Officer at the United Nations, Jordan.
Mr. Abu Hashish develops new business in the Middle East and other regions by analyzing opportunities, studying regulatory matters and developing business plans. He manages all of the Network’s government / legislative affairs in the Middle East and other territories at the city, country and regional level.
Marianna Gorovaia is the Development Director for RAMI Network. She holds a business degree from SUNY and a stage 1 MBA Professional Management Diploma from the UK Open University Business School. Ms.Gorovaia spent over 15 years working with people with disabilities in various capacities (direct care specialist, crisis intervention therapist, day habilitation program supervisor). Her administrative experience was gained in both for profit and not-for-profit environments. Ms.Gorovaia wrote articles and conducted interviews for online editions, drafted business plans and handled recruitment at various times.