Meet the Team
Hopes for Women in Education is run by dynamic, passionate and dedicated volunteers both locally in Amman, Jordan and globally, all with one thing in common, a desire to help make a difference in the lives of young refugee disadvantaged women through higher-education.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe that collectively we can make a great change in the lives of others!
I VOLUNTEER because as a displaced woman who was lucky to be educated, I want to help others become empowered.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe there is no limit of good one can do. The more the better!
I VOLUNTEER because my wife makes me. She’s 3 over to the left!
I VOLUNTEER because I believe my self-worth is through giving!
I VOLUNTEER because I can! It gives me perspective and helps me learn new things and that’s what I hope for everyone.
I VOLUNTEER to be able to someday give a louder, stronger voice to the people who need it most.
I VOLUNTEER with Hopes because I think that it is a beautiful way to give back to community and to empower unprivileged women, which is something that we desperately need here.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe we can be the change we want to see in this world.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe that the women in my community must be given the opportunity.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe Hopes will give a better future for the girls in my community.
I VOLUNTEER because Hopes recognizes that small steps & grassroots effort are often the most potent. I believe that changing an individual’s world will directly affect the globe.
I VOLUNTEER to show my understanding for the people I serve and the feeling that I can shape someone’s life for the better is unexplainable.
I VOLUNTEER with Hopes for Women in Education because I believe education empowers women.
I VOLUNTEER with Hopes for Women in Education because a little help at the right time can make a big difference in an individual’s life.
I VOLUNTEER because everyone deserves a chance for one door to open.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe that you’ve never really lived until you’ve done something for someone who can never repay you.
I VOLUNTEER because it helps me experience a whole new sense of purpose emerging from the happiness of others.
I VOLUNTEER because gives me a sense of a personal achievement & continuously teaches me something new about others & myself.
I VOLUNTEER because education is a basic right that is all too often ignored, and one that can help refugees recover & thrive.
I VOLUNTEER because a relevant change towards an equal society can only find its roots in the power, willingness and consciousness of those on it’s bottom.
I VOLUNTEER because I believe in the power and importance of education, especially that of women.