A Healthcare / Hospital Executive and Strategic Management Analyst with more than thirty years of experience in various leadership positions and consulting work, serving the public sector in Palestine and the main non-governmental organizations (NGOs). Excellent communication and interpersonal skills that serve as the foundation for effective networking, collaboration, negotiation, and maintaining positive partnerships with physicians, staff, other individuals and organizations. Skilled in the management of a diverse range of departments, professionals, and programs through an in-depth understanding of the healthcare sector in Palestine and its multi-faceted components.
Familiar with the needs of the Public Sector, Not-for-Profit / Non-Governmental Organizations in Palestine, and seasoned with regional and international experience consulting with the agencies of the United Nations, the European Union, United States Agency for International Development (USAID), Britain’s Department for International Development (DfID), and many other International Non-Governmental Organizations, Walid V. Nammour has provided healthcare related and strategy-development consulting work to several public institutions such as the Palestinian Legislative Council, Ministries of the Palestinian Authority mainly the Ministry of Health, Local Government, NGOs, and others. He served as a member of the Inter-Ministerial Committee for Health Reform and Development (2005). In his capacity as Director of Birzeit University Center for Continuing Education, he led the Palestinian team on the Public Administration and Civil Service Reform Project, a project funded by Britain’s Department for International Development (2003 – 2007), and served on its Steering Committee responsible for all Palestinian technical inputs, directly involved with the reform efforts at the Ministry of Health.
For the non-profit, voluntary, and non-governmental sector, Walid served as COO for Bethlehem Arab Society for Rehabilitation (1990 – 1994), Director for Birzeit University Center for Continuing Education (2002 – 2007), and others. He has worked as well with some key organizations to develop their Strategic Plans including the development of the Strategic Plan and Restructuring for the Treatment and Rehabilitation Center for Victims of Torture, Ramallah, Palestine (2008 and reviews in 2011 and 2014); the development of the Strategic Plan for the Union of Health Work Committees in Ramallah; strategic management support to Juzoor, the Foundation for Health and Social Development in Ramallah; and multi-level capacity development and support including management training to the Senior Medical Team and Nurses at UNRWA’s Health Department.