Naser Al-ardah is an experienced director and entrepreneur. He has served for more than a decade with global organizations in countries across the MENA region and East Africa. Naser worked with multinational teams on designing, building and executing large-scale and complex development and entrepreneurial programs benefiting host countries across these three regions.
He is a founder of a sustainable development organization overseas and a co-founder of an education and ICT solution organization. He is also a founder of a regional network of community-based learning and development centers. Most recently, Naser launched a network of innovation and social innovation in two post-secondary institutions overseas. In Canada, he is in active development of an online ecosystem platform of innovation and social innovation targeting students of post-secondary institutions. Nasser is currently teaching a course in economics at the Business School at St. Lawrence College in Kingston.
Naser has a Master’s Degree from The Smith School of Business at Queen’s University as well as a Master’s Degree from the University of Waterloo, and a Master’s Degree from Jerusalem, in addition to his Undergraduate Degree.