Our Advisory Board

The board is comprised of experts in and outside the academic field to paint a full picture of the school and give genuine advice and recommendations to better the school of GAPP. The board assists the school in applying its vision and mission, setting a path to enhance the school’s image nationally as well as internationally, thus making the school, its students and its alumni more competitive on a global scale. 

Adel ElLabban

Adel El-Labban

Group Chief Executive Officer, and Managing Director, Ahli United Bank, Bahrain
Ahmed Darwish

Ahmed Darwish

Professor, Faculty of Engineering, Cairo University
Amal Elmasri

Amal ElMasri

CEO, J. Walter Thompson Cairo
David Kennedy

David Kennedy

Professor of law and Director of the Institute for Global Law and Policy, Harvard Law School
Georges Abi Saab

Georges Michel Abi-Saab

Honorary Professor of international law, Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies, Geneva
Ghassan Salame

Ghassan Salame

Dean, Paris School of International Affairs
Hani Findakly

Hani Findakly

Vice Chairman and Director, Clinton Group Inc., USA
Hani Sarie Eldin

Hani Sarie Eldin

Professor of commercial and maritime law, Faculty of Law, Cairo University
Helmut Anheier

Helmut K. Anheier

Professor of sociology and dean, Hertie School of Governance
Lisa Anderson

Lisa Anderson

Senior lecturer and Dean Emerita, School of International and Public Affairs, Columbia University and former president of The American University in Cairo
Magued Osman

Magued Osman

CEO, and founder, Egyptian Center for Public Opinion Research (Baseera)
Mohamed Salmawy

Mohamed Salmawy

Former president of the Writers Union of Egypt and the Secretary General of the General Union of Arab Writers
Mona Zulficar

Mona Zulficar

Founding Partner and Chair of the Executive Committee of Zulficar & Partners Law Firm
Nabil ElAraby

Nabil ElAraby

Former Ambassador and Former Secretary General of The League of Arab States
Wang Jisi

Wang Jisi

President and Professor, Institute of International and Strategic Studies, Peking