Yasmine is a researcher with project management experience and a background in researching the effects of the Syrian refugee crisis and the role of technology in development.
At Siren, she is responsible for conducting research on stateless persons in Tripoli, Lebanon and facilitating the implementation of related policy reform.
Yasmine was previously at Adam Smith International in Jordan, and has also worked with the Lebanese Association for History on a peacebuilding through history education project. With the United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia, she supported the management of sustainable development initiatives as well as the roll out of an automation system.
A Chevening Alumna, Yasmine Ossaily holds a master's degree in Development Management from the London School of Economics, an undergraduate degree in Business Administration and Economics from the American University of Beirut. Yasmine is fluent in Arabic, English and French.