THE ROZANA BOARDS
Project Rozana is a global initiative in Australia, USA, Canada and Israel with an international executive board and boards of directors in each country.
PROJECT ROZANA CANADA
Mark is a lawyer and a former Canadian diplomat, serving on several non-profit boards. He provides legal, business, strategic and organisational advice to not-for-profits and charities.
Former Canadian Ambassador to Spain and Israel. Currently serves as Diplomat in Residence, Fulbright Canada. Fellow, Munk School of Global Affairs.
Former Canadian Ambassador to Belgium and Luxembourg. Currently the Anglican Churches Liaison to the Canadian Government.
Consultant and senior executive with experience in coaching, strategic planning, community outreach and social service organisations.
United Church of Canada minister and former General Secretary of The Canadian Council of Churches.
She was Head of Mission and Representative of Canada to the Palestinian Authority in Ramallah. Previously, Deputy Head of Mission at the Embassy of Canada in Tel Aviv.
PALESTINIAN MEDICAL ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Walid Nammour is the Chief Executive Officer of the Lutheran World Federation’s Augusta Victoria Hospital in East Jerusalem. A Palestinian refugee born in the Old City of Jerusalem, Nammour was a Fulbright Scholar at George Washington University.
Dr Maged Abu-Ramadan is Founder and President of the Palestinian Opthalmalogical Society. Credited as one of the people who established the Palestinian Ministry of Health in 1994. He also became Director General of International Cooperation of the Ministry of Health in 2002, his current position.
INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chief Advocate of World Vision Australia and leading voice on social justice issues. Tim is a globally respected human rights activist and commentator.
Until recently, Saleem was CEO of An-Najah National University Hospital in the West Bank city of Nablus, the first university hospital in the Palestinian Territories. He is a heart transplant surgeon and currently professor of cardiothoracic surgery, at Bristol University, in the UK.
Martin is best known, as to date, the only foreign-born United States Ambassador to Israel, a role he held from 1995 to 1997, and again from 2000 to 2001. Currently on the Advisory Board for ‘America Abroad Media’.