Leen Al Jaber
Consultation, Public & Stakeholder Engagement, Partnerships
Leen has been with the Intersol Group since the summer of 2017 and began as a Project Administrator. In 2018, she became Intersol’s Project Coordinator, supporting a team of twelve senior consultants. She oversees the administrative functions in the office and provides assistance in the areas of project management, outreach and marketing, logistical support and database management. Leen also studies Intersol’s performance by spending much of her time on analytics, stats reporting, and evaluation where she turns raw data into information that is critical for business growth. She is the primary contact for Intersol‘s clients and has coordinated multiple projects, meetings and workshops with different departments of the Government of Canada and organizations in the private sector, as well as non-profit organizations.
Leen also provides note taking and report-writing services to senior consultants having completed reports with the Department of National Defence in Cold Lake’s Canadian Forces Base, Environment and Climate Change Canada, Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada.
Prior to working at Intersol, Leen worked at Carleton University in Research where she conducted several stakeholder analyses for different projects which has built an advanced understanding and knowledge of some qualitative data analysis tools, such as Dedoose. She has also collected primary data by conducting interviews with stakeholders and developed administrative procedures to ensure efficient and organized scheduling of appointments for her interviewees. Her research at the university has enhanced her decision-making skills as well as cultural sensitivity given the number of refugees from different countries that she has interviewed. Most of her research was conducted in English, even though some interviews were conducted in either Arabic or French.
Leen holds a Bachelor of International Business from Carleton University. She is fluent in English, French and Arabic.
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