Biography

Ayman Hassan is the Head of the Central Department for Human Resources at the Ministry of Communications and Information Technology (MCIT).

With a proven track record in HR, Hassan has wide experience spanning more than 20 years in that field. He also held several managerial and executive positions, including the Director of the General Department of the Technical Bureau for the General Secretariat Sector at MCIT; Acting Director-General of the same Department; Director of the Central Statistics Department, Level A, in the specific group of statistics and mathematics; Central Statistics Specialist - Level B and C in the same group.

Throughout his career, Hassan made several accomplishments. He founded the General Department of the Technical Bureau for the General Secretariat Sector at MCIT and represented MCIT at the National Committee for Crisis and Disaster Management and Risk Reduction of the Cabinet’s Information and Decision Support Center (IDSC). Moreover, Hassan was an active member in the Wage Restructuring Committee and participated in drafting the general mobilization plan for MCIT and its affiliates and the annual report submitted to the Central Agency for Public Mobilization and Statistics (CAPMAS).

Furthermore, Hassan attended several training courses and workshops and received many certificates of appreciation, including one for his effective contribution to “The Role of Regulatory Authorities in Reducing Corruption and Public Fund Wasting” conference, from the Information Center for Studies and Research; a certificate of appreciation for outstanding performance and employee of the month at MCIT, in June 2014; and a certificate of appreciation for the effective contribution to the “Legal Controls for State Agencies and New Crimes” conference, from the Economic Unit Foundation (EUF).

Hassan holds a PhD in Business Administration from Ain Shams University - 2011, an MBA from the Arab Academy for Science, Technology and Maritime Transport (AASTMT) - 2008, and a Bachelor of Business Administration - 1995.

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