Executive Office

Dr. Said Issa, Senior Advisor

Said holds a Ph.D. in Anthropological Economics from the Lebanese University. He also earned a Masters Degree and a DEA in Sociology - Urban Anthropology from the Lebanese University. He currently holds the position of grassroots manager at  LTA, and the position of program manager at Freidrich Nauman - civic education program. Also Dr. Issa is a regional expert on Anti Corruption issues. In 2009 he lead the observers team  during the Lebanese parliamentary elections.


Pamela Zouein, Finance and Accounting Manager

Pamela is currently pursuing the CMA certification from Milestone with a Bachelor of Business Administration - Banking and Finance from the Lebanese University. She currently holds the position of Accounting and Finance Manager at LTA, while she is responsible for preparing and conducting all financial operations for LTA activities and projects; preparing all financial statements; participating in the budget preparation and budget management; and finally managing human resources.

Ayman Dandash - Grassroots Manager

Ayman holds a Bachelor of Arts in Management Information Systems. He started working in NGOs since 2009, where he learned about conflict resolution, peace building initiatives and Citizenship. Through his experiences, he has become reliable member on the field, and is skilled at coordinating with different stakeholders while implementing projects. In 2011, he joined LTA as a Project Coordinator on the “Youth against Corruption” program. He has managed to introduce several youth members into the civil society as well as engaging them to become active participants.

Miriam Osman, Intern

Miriam Osman is an intern in Lebanese Transparency Association (LTA). She received her BA in Political Science with a minor in Public Administration and an emphasis in Law in 2014 from the American University of Beirut. She is currently completing her Bachelor in Law at Sagesse University. In Fall 2013, Miriam completed the Inter-University Program on “International Criminal Law and Law Procedure” organized by the Special Tribunal of Lebanon (STL), later in June 2013, she participated in a Summer School on the International Criminal Court at the National University of Ireland in Galway. In spring 2015, she interned at Makke Law Firm. Being a national observer during the Lebanese Municipal elections of 2016 with the Lebanese Association for Democratic Elections (LADE) has raised her awareness on important political values such as democracy, anti-corruption and transparency. This has pushed her interests and willingness to pursue an internship at LTA.