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AUSAA Board Members
As per our constitution and bylaws, the AUS Alumni Association Board serves as the executive committee of the AUSAA Council.
Our Board's role governs the association and all overseas implementation and priorities in accordance with the Constitution and By-laws. It also performs other functions as the Council may require and approve.
The Board consists of seven members who are elected by the Council and serve for two years.
The current members of our board are:
Mohamed Alsharhan graduated from AUS in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He is currently pursuing a doctorate degree in policy research and practice at the University of Bath. He started his career as a research assistant at Masdar Institute before serving as the head of the Innovation Unit at the UAE Ministry of Interior. Currently, he serves as a projects manager at Dubai Future Foundation. As the AUSAA President, Mohamed represents AUSAA in the AUS community, and, in partnership with OAAA, sets annual goals for AUSAA and devises initiatives for alumni engagement. He has several planned initiatives for AUS alumni to enhance AUS’ global competitiveness.
Sara Zoubi graduated from AUS in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. After graduating from AUS, Sara embarked on a six-month internship at Boeing in Seattle, USA, and is currently a financial analyst at P&G in Dubai. She is also part of the organizing committee of the first TedXP&G in Dubai. She actively mentors AUS alumni on how to find better careers in the job market. As Vice President, he is responsible for reviewing annual plans for each chapter.
Ahmed Ibrahim graduated from AUS in 2019 with a Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering. Ahmed currently serves as a field service engineer at Technip FMC. As the Executive of the Council for AUSAA, he is responsible for managing official communications for AUSAA as well as its chapters and members. As part of the same role, he is also responsible for identifying and recommending alumni volunteers for OAAA and AUSAA.
Kanika Prakash graduated from AUS in 2018 with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration. She works at Grant Thornton in their Financial Accounting Advisory services team. As an active mental health advocate, and part of the first mental health helpline in the UAE, she actively leads wellbeing and health initiatives. As AUSAA Treasurer, she is responsible for maintaining up-to-date records of budgets, expenditures and AUSAA funds. She is also responsible for alumni giving and for preparing an annual budget for the AUSAA.
Mohamed Seraj graduated from AUS with a Bachelor of Science in Chemical Engineering in 2015. Being part of the Gulf Petrochemicals and Chemicals Association (GPCA), he is actively promoting collaborations between leaders of the chemical industry and with academic institutions, like AUS. As AUSAA Executive Administrator, he is responsible for the preparation of AUSAA Board and Council meetings, taking minutes of these meetings, and keeping records of all required documentation as per AUSAA policies. He is also responsible for coordinating duties pertaining to the AUSAA Board and the AUSAA Council.
Past AUSAA President
Ahmed Al Reyami graduated from AUS in 2008 with a Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering. He also holds a Master of Business Administration with a concentration in Leadership and HR Management from the University of Dubai, and a Master in Quality Management from the University of Wollongong in Dubai. He currently serves as a civil engineer at Nakheel. He has also worked as a project manager at the Abu Dhabi National Exhibitions Company and as project manager at Etihad Airways. As AUSAA Past President, he serves on the board to lend his experience to the existing AUSAA Board and ensure continuity.