Mohammad Asfour is the Regional Head of the MENA Network, working on a part-time basis. In this role, Mohammad works closely with the Director of Membership and Regional Networks to advance the development of the MENA Network. His work includes fundraising to increase the capacity of the Network and building a culture of collaboration among the MENA Green Building Councils.
Mohammad was a WorldGBC Board member, and has chaired the WorldGBC’s MENA Regional Network and the Jordan Green Building Council.
During his career, he has served as a Senior Adviser to the USAID Energy Sector Capacity Building Programme and as the Environment, Water and Energy Sector Lead at the USAID Jordan Economic Development Program. He was an adviser to the Board of Trustees of the Princess Sumaya University for Technology, founded the Queen Rania Center for Entrepreneurship, and worked on developing the concept behind El Hassan Science City. He also worked at the Jordan Investment Board and served as a consultant for the UNDP, UNIDO, and USAID 's AMIR Programme. He was appointed as a regional advisor to OECD' s MENA Investment Programme, chaired UNEP - SBCI's Advocacy Committee, and was a founding board member at Al Shajarah NGO.
Mohammad received his BA in Business from the University of Jordan and his Masters in Positive Leadership and Strategy from the IE Business School in Madrid.
Mohammad is based in Amman, Jordan.