Professor Mona G. Ibrahim serves as Dean of Energy Resources, Environment and Chemical and Petrochemical Engineering School for Egypt – Japan University of Science and Technology (E- Just), she also served as Acting Vice President for Education and Academic Affairs (2016 -2018).
In her capacity as a researcher, Prof. Ibrahim had published many scientific publications over 25 years covering most significant environmental fields.
Prof. Ibrahim represented Egyptian NGO’s in many African countries as a steering committee member for Nile Basin Initiative (NBI) focusing on “Confidence Building and Stakeholder Involvement Project” funded by World Bank, and was honored with the shield of Euro-Arab Cooperation Center for her prominent role in saving the environment. In August 2018, Prof. Ibrahim had the chance to share as an expert for the selection of the graduate students for the Pan African University Institute of Life and Earth Sciences at the University of Abadan, Nigeria under the flag of African Union Commission.
Being a rapporteur of Consultant Committee of Development and Environment in Bibliotheca Alexandria (2003- 2005) plus possessing a high rank employment position as an Under Secretary for Ministry of Environment (2007 - 2012), gave Prof. Ibrahim a great opportunity to experience, sharpen and apply her strong leadership skills.
Prof. Ibrahim had her basic education in Chemical Engineering and PhD in Public Health Sciences (major- Environmental Engineering) from Alexandria University. Her professional interests focus on environmental management and hence she enjoyed sharing with well reputed international organizations (GEF, World Bank, CEDARE, JICA and UNEP) in many projects (Egyptian pollution Abatement Project, Alexandria Lake Maryut Integrated Management, Regional Environmental Management Improvement Project and MED POL Programme).