Moussa - Lecturer - Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt

Mona Moussa

Cairo, Cairo Governorate, Egypt



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Work History

Part-time assistant professor

Arab Academy for Science & Technology & Maritime (Graduating Business School)

From November 2013

Teaching graduate level:
International Human Resource management
Strategic reward systems

Director for Institutional Development & Quality Assurance

July 2011 - October 2012

Responsible for carrying out the broad goals of the advancement Office that support the institution.
• Overseeing and directing the quality department, analyzes current Policies and procedures.
• Providing one-to-one and small group consultations with faculty and staff to address learning needs in the areas of Teaching, Assessment and evaluation.
• Chairing a university-wide Institutional Effectiveness Committee and the faculty Institutional Development Committee.
• Assisting faculty and staff in continuous review to determine if student learning outcomes developed by the university and its academic departments and Programs are being achieved.
• Coordinating professional development activities for faculty and staff to support assessment and evaluation.
• Assisting in the process of accrediting all programs internationally.

Part-time Teaching

Grenoble Graduate Business School (France)

From April 2010

Graduate visiting faculty member for the Master's Program
Teaching International Human Resource Management & Organizational Behavior for the executive
MBA and French master's program in France.
Supervising master's thesis of two students enrolled in the master's program at Grenoble.

Vice Dean

Student Affairs at CBA

September 2009 - August 2010

Developed and supervised programs of the highest quality for enrollment services, advisement, counseling, and retention of students, as well as programs to provide extracurricular activities, sports and recreational events, and opportunities to participate in institutional governance and leadership.
• Developed a five year strategic plan for the student affairs office based on the allocated budget set by the Business school (female campus)
• Managed all functions associated with welcome centers, student information centers, financial aid, counseling, advising, special programs, student activities, wellness centers, and job placement center.
• Maintained student-centered philosophy and focus student development initiatives on successful student outcomes including enrollment, program selection, retention, graduation, placement, and transfer success.
• Fostered innovation in providing access to quality services throughout the school by effectively utilizing technology and other human resources.
• Assessed and evaluated the quality and effectiveness of all student affairs/development programs
• Promoted cooperation, collaboration, and partnerships with International Universities as well as with other institutions of higher education.
• Reviewed, developed, maintained, and administered policies and procedures related to student affairs/development.
• Supervised and managed student discipline and the enforcement of the student code of conduct.

Chairman for The Human Resource management Department

University Of Business & Technology (SA)

October 2008 - October 2013

Responsible for allocating workload for faculty members.
- Supervised and managed faculty department regarding accreditation requirements
- Holding departmental meetings for curriculum development
- Assessing and appraising the performance of the faculty
- Developing an academic club based on workshops and seminars to expose students to the professional field.
- Developing courses by semester with faculty members to ensure incorporating the newest trends and issues in the courses offered

Faculty Member

Jeddah SA

September 2008 - October 2013

Courses Taught
A. At the MBA Level
Human Resource Management
Human Resource Planning
International Human Resource Management
Performance Management
Organizational behavior & Analysis
Change management

B. Courses taught at the undergraduate level:
1. Performance Management
2. Organizational Behavior
3. Human Resource Management.
4. Human Resource Development
5. Human Resource Planning
6. Strategic Compensation Management
7. Organizational Development & Design
8. Leadership

Vice Dean for Institutional Development


August 2008 - March 2009

o Developed the Continuing Development Center for executive education.
o Worked with the marketing director to position and execute events to advance the organization's mission, strategic goals, and build longer term loyalty and support.
o Tracked institutional performance against strategic planning goals and peer institutions.
o Coordinated with other entities on campus to provide and analyze data relating to information management in order to improve processes and procedures.
o Evaluated progress toward goals, prepared monthly reports on the departments under the division.
o Conducted ad hoc reports and studies as required by the Dean/Quality Director
o Supported the Board of trustees by providing various reports and studies regarding various interest within the CBA.
o Assisted individual departments in assessing and evaluating their academic programs within the context of the CBA effectiveness plan.
o Supervised and managed the following departments: Marketing & Public Relations, Career center, Assessment center, CDC (Continuing Development center), Enterprise Center.
o Headed two committees for accreditation purpose based in the NCAAA (national Accreditation)- on the institutional level ( Teaching & Learning standard) and the Mission, objectives and management administration for the different programs on the program level.

Assistant Professor

Modern Science & Arts University

September 2005 - August 2008

Consumer Behavior
international Business
Human Resource Management


London School of Economics

September 2002 - September 2003

Teaching Human Resource Management for the undergraduate level

Assistant professor


September 2002 - August 2005

(French program in Cairo) Sept.02-Aug. 2005
Teaching Consumer Behavior

Assistant professor

Arab Academy for Science &Technology

September 2001 - August 2005

teaching the graduate students


Arab Academy for Science &Technology

September 1999 - August 2001

Teaching :
Organizational Behavior
Consumer Behavior
Human Resource Management

Development Officer

American University

June 1997 - August 1999

Reported to: Development Director (transitional position)
• Carried out research on individual and corporate donors and prospects.
• Developed and wrote proposals seeking funds to support the University.
• Drafted reports to donors.
• Developed standard acknowledgement letters.
• Participated in annual giving phonations and selected university functions
• Cooperated with New York Office on research projects regarding prospects and donors.
• Performed other tasks within the area of competence as assigned by the direct supervisor.

Executive Program Director

American University

January 1992 - May 1997

•Prepared management programs for managers, executives and CEOs’.
•Conducted market surveys to determine required training programs for managers
•Developed training programs in general and tailor-made according to conducted training needs assessment
•Developed curriculum and workshops for the programs.

Business Analyst

Egyptian Advanced Technologies

September 1986 - September 1987

• Developed marketing databases (sales, costing and competitor information)
• Prepared marketing plan for a 5 year strategic plan.
• Prepared a procedure manual for internal customers.
• Responsible for employee and process developments.


Alexandria Branch

January 1985 - January 1986


Research Activity

Research Activity:
Published Papers
Mousa, Mona N, (2013), Effects of Perceived Procedural Justice and Exchange Ideology on Employees' Affective Commitment: Evidence from Saudi Arabia, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 8, No. 15, pp. 81-89 (On ABDC list of journals).
Mousa, Mona N. (2013), Investigating the High Turnover of Saudi nationals versus non-nationals in Private Sector Companies through the examination of selected Antecedents and Consequences of Employee Engagement, International Journal of Business and Management, Vol. 8, No. 18, pp. 41-51 (On ABDC list of journals).
Papers under Review
1. Perceptions of Corporate Social Responsibilities among Consumers in the UAE (with Farzaneh Yarhmadi).

Work in Progress:
1. Dynamic organizational characteristics and their impact on innovation level (single author).
2. Human Resources Best Practices in the Gulf Countries

Developed Healthcare diploma

Developed a Healthcare diploma for physicians, nurses and administrators tailored especially for the Egyptian market by working with different specialized healthcare providers in Egypt.

Qualifications & Certifications

Florida State University


Cairo University

American University in Cairo

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