Change orientation

Key Personnel
Peter McCann

Mohi Eldin Ellahan

Founder & CEO

Mohi founded GS in 2015 and worked initially on bringing the company in line with its fast growth across Technology systems and processes. Mohi is a Former Operation Director with a strong background in Training management across a range of sectors Mohi has been instrumental in the growth of the company over the last few years driving efficiencies, process and future strategy.

Peter McCann

Rachel Joy

Curriculum Director

Rachel joined Global Studies in March 2018 after a long and successful career in the Financial Services industry. Rachel currently manages the Contract Management Unit of the business which looks after all sub-contracting partners. Rachel’s contract management ensures the service we provide is of the highest standard. Education, learning and helping people develop and improve their skills and qualifications is a passion of Rachel’s and her current role ensures she can reach a large and receptive target audience who share the same goals.

Peter McCann

Moustafa Issa

Country Manager

Moustafa joined Global Studies in April 2017 after a long and successful career in the ELT and English Debate training and adjudication. Moustafa won the 1st place as a trainer in a number of the English QD tournaments, he adjudicated more than 12 EQD grand finals in HBKU. Moustafa currently acts as a country manager. Moustafa ’s role is to follow and ensure the standard of the service we provide and signing new contracts for new partnerships as well. Training, learning and providing people with what they need to improve their skills is Mustafa’s goal.

Peter McCann

Dr. Suhiel Awwad

GS Qatar representative - HEQ Sector

Suhail began his career 20 years ago as a student support admin. He worked as an academic advisor for 15 years in a number of the most prestigious training companies in the GCC area. He joined Global studies in 2017 as Accredited center and Training provider for HEQ in Qatar .

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