Amr Ben Halim

Amr has served and partnered with multinational engineering and project management firms in developing, building and operating industrial projects.

He is a founder, board member and shareholder of companies that are leading providers of hydrocarbon processing, energy, and industrial services in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia .

He founded one of the first women-led micro-lending programs in the refugee camps of south Lebanon. In addition , through a family trust, he has founded the first NGO exclusively dedicated to supporting mental health and well-being projects in the Arab World.

He is also a founder board member of the Forum for Democratic Libya, an NGO working to promote transparency, civic engagement, and arts and culture in Libya. He continues to be an active member and supporter of various philanthropic and civil society projects in the Arab world.

Amr also recently served as the Executive producer of ‘First to Fall’, the first full-length documentary on the Libyan revolution.

He has degrees from Stanford University with an MBA and MS in civil engineering and a BSc from the University of Wales