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Jawad Adra
Managing Partner, Information International SAL
Founder and President of INMA

Jawad Adra is the Founder and Managing Partner of Information International SAL, and Founder and President of the Social and Cultural Development Association (INMA) which was founded in 1997. Mr. Adra is a suma cum laude graduate of Santa Clara University in California, with a degree in Political Science and Economics. He is also a member of the Phi Beta Kappa Club.

Mr. Adra is the publisher of The Monthly, a research magazine that is published on a monthly basis in both Arabic and English and which tackles interesting and pertinent topics in an empirical and analytical approach. The Monthly examines economic, social and cultural issues in Lebanon and the region, in addition to publishing opinion polls and surveys and conducts interviews with prominent Arab and foreign figures in Lebanon. Mr. Adra is also the publisher of the
Facts Series, a series of books in Arabic that put forth figures and indicators related to the different Lebanese sectors.

Before resettling in Lebanon after the war, Jawad Adra spent 15 years working in the Arabian Peninsula as an executive and a consultant for major construction and development organizations and for projects in countries such as Iraq, Yemen, Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates.

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