Director of Wastewater Management, USAID Lebanon Community Support Program Osama Amad
Since 2019, Mr. Amad has managed the wastewater component of the USAID Lebanon Community Support Program, leading implementation of several sustainable municipal wastewater infrastructure interventions and industrial pretreatment technologies. He has more than 30 years of design, construction, and operations & maintenance experience in the water/wastewater sector. Prior to Chemonics, Mr. Amad was a superintendent with a leading water/wastewater utility in the Washington D.C. metro area, responsible for the sustainability, performance, compliance, budgeting, operations and maintenance of major components of the utility’s infrastructure. He also performed numerous short term technical assignments for USAID in the Middle East. Mr. Amad holds a master’s degree in engineering management from George Washington University, and a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from Kuwait University. He is a licensed professional engineer, a board certified environmental engineer by the American Academy of Environmental Engineers and Scientists, and a certified water/wastewater superintendent.