Chairman of the Board/ President
Mohamad Albadawi earned a bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from University of Rolla-Missouri. He has over 35 years of experience in the non-profit sector and community development capacity. He worked as an Executive Director for Muslim Arab Youth Association. Served as the Chairman of the board for the Islamic Society of Greater Kansas City and the Islamic School of Greater Kansas City. He currently serves as a Board of Trustee for the Muslim American Society.
As the CEO, Dr. Hassan works to strengthen Mercy Without Limit's effort in improving the lives of children worldwide through improved health, education, and economic conditions. He brings 20 years of experience in multinational corporate America and over 12 years of experience working for NGOs. He is a mission driven leader, strategist, executive coach, and leading innovative working to build impact driven partnerships.
He holds a BA in Management from Cairo University in Egypt, an MBA from Southwest University in LA, and a Ph.D in Theological studies from Graduate Theological Foundation in IN. Having worked and travel to most of the Mideast countries, he bring with him a wealth of experience and insight.
VP of Fund Development
Ahmed Elkhaldy earned a bachelor’s degree in Religious Studies from University of Iowa and is currently a medical student at the University of Science, Art Technology. He is a developer with over 15 years of community work in faith based leadership, youth development, humanitarian work, outreach, and consultants. Ahmed believes in the power of humanitarian and inter-faith work. As the president of MAS-IA and the former Imam of the Islamic Center of Cedar Rapids, Ahmed has had many opportunities to lead seminars and workshops locally and nationally for houses of worship, retreat centers, schools, colleges, and professional organizations.
Director of Africa Offices
Younes Ktiri earned a Vordiplom in Agriculture from Justus Liebig University Giessen and an Engineering Degree from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne. He has over 10 years of humanitarian work experience. Younes has been a community developer who has helped develop and shape different countries in West Africa.
Huda Dalaq earned Bachelor's degrees in Applied Behavioral Science and Psychology from the University of Kansas. She has been involved in local community work, and applies her passion and experience to serve those in need both domestically and internationally. Huda believes in the importance of directing programs that not only serve those in need, but also give back to the communities who continue to help us pursue our vision and mission.
Donor Care Manager
Reem Sharaf earned a Bachelor’s degree in Public Health from the University of Maryland. She is a community advocate and educator with a passion for service work. With several years of experience in the fields of health, communication, and service work, Reem applies her training, knowledge, and experience towards elevating the lives of orphans all around the world.
Essra Abdel-Azim earned a Bachelor’s degree in Psychology from Michigan State University. She later continued her education in digital marketing. Essra has two years of experience with brand management, marketing development, and social media marketing. As a community activist, she is passionate and dedicated to serving others in need.
Mustafa Alokoud earned a Master Degree in Business Administration. He Worked in business and Project Management for 10 Years, and has volunteered for four years. He Believes in planning, collaboration, team work, global standardization and sharing experiences that will establish a good humanity response and develop communities.
Arkan F. Hassan
Arkan F. Hassan earned a Bachelor’s degree in Science Management from the University of Baghdad, with a Diploma of Military Science. He worked in business for 12 Years, and has volunteered and worked in humanitarian organization for 16 Years. Arkan Believes in team work, and sharing experiences that will establish a good humanity response and develop communities.