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Amal Enan is the executive director of the Egyptian-American Enterprise Fund “EAEF”, a private corporation established by the United States Government post the Arab Spring to revitalize the Egyptian economy. Amal joined EAEF as the first of employee and since then, the organisation grew to over USD 300 mn under management, seeded 4 first time fund managers and invested in 7 companies that address high development needs in Egypt including education, healthcare, agriculture and financial inclusion. Prior to EAEF, Amal was part of a team of economists at the Macro-Fiscal Policy Unit in the Ministry of Finace where she formulated reform policies, drafted sections of the State Budget and negotiated with international organizations on matters that touch the lives of millions of Egyptians and address the nations’ most pressing challenges. Before the Ministry of Finance, Amal built her investment experience at the International Finance Corporation where she was an Associate Investment Officer at the Infrastructure Department working on debt and equity projects in MENA. Amal started her career in the research department of EFG-Hermes as a junior economist and later became a CFA Charter holder in the years to follow. Amal received an MBA degree from Harvard Business School, a masters in environment and development from the London School of Economics and a bachelors in economics from Cairo University. She is a Fellow of the sixth class of the Middle East Leadership Initiative and a member of the Aspen Global Leadership Network.