Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund


Amal Enan is the Executive Director for the Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund.

With a passion for knowledge and sustainable development, Amal obtained a Bsc. in Economics from Cairo University with Honors and went further to pursue a Masters in Environment and Development from the London School of Economics. After gaining infrastructure investment experience as an Associate Investment Officer at the International Finance Corporation and awarded the CFA charter, she took up the challenge of joining the Ministry of Finance as an Economist at the Macro-Fiscal Policy Unit. At the Ministry of Finance, she had the opportunity to work on the formulation of reform policies, the drafting of the State Budget and partake in negotiations with international organizations on matters that touch the lives of millions of Egyptians and address the nations’ most pressing challenges.

Amal has ambition and a drive to excel with the aim of improving the lives of others. Through her work in the public sector, Amal was able to identify that the sector is shackled by underdeveloped organizational, managerial and leadership resources which encouraged her to pursue an MBA at Harvard to tackle the country’s shortcomings from the core.

Upon graduating from HBS, Amal joined EAEF as the Fund’s first employee with the a mission to realize the organization’s vision: building an investment model aimed at promoting financial inclusion, job creation and private sector development in Egypt. Amal aspires to lead Egypt on a sustainable path of development that safeguards Egyptians’ right and future generation’s right to a balanced life.


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