Ola El-Taliawi holds a Bachelor’s degree with high honors in International Business from Sadat Academy for Management Sciences (Egypt), in collaboration with University of New Brunswick (Canada) (2005); and a Master’s degree in Public Policy and Administration from the American University in Cairo (AUC) (2010).
She is currently a Ph.D. Candidate at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore, and a Scholar Affiliate of the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies, the American University in Cairo.
Her broad research interests focus on refugee governance, gender and public management.
Teaching and Research Assistant, Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy, National University of Singapore
Assistant Lecturer, Sadat Academy for Management Sciences
Regional Coordinator, Forum for Arab Citizenship in Transition, International Peace Institute
Consultant, International Labour Organization, Geneva
Intern, Division for Advancement of Women, UN Headquarters, NY
Consultant, Egyptian Decentralization Initiative, AECOM International Development
Consultant , Egyptian National Strategy for Micro and Small Enterprises, Hands-on Management Consulting
School of Global Affairs and Public Policy, The American University in Cairo, Master of Public Policy and Administration
Sadat Academy for Management Sciences (Egypt) in collaboration with University of New Brunswick (Canada), Bachelor of Business Administration
The Role and Limitations of Public Policy in Ensuring Gender Equity, Rawat Publications
Gender and Leadership Style in the Middle East: Evidence from Egypt's Civil Service, Westphalia Press
Grants and Contracts
National University of Singapore
University Merit Fellowship
The American University in Cairo
International Research Society for Public Management
Association for Middle Eastern Public Policy and Administration