Soha Jawabreh

Soha Jawabreh

Executive Assistant and Assistant Hospital Engineer
University Hospital Sharjah
Sharjah, (International), United Arab Emirates
Soha Jawabreh
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I was graduated from the Engineering faculty in 2005, since then, I worked first as Database Administrator, then I moved to another job as a Web Engineer and then as an Executive Assistant Hospital Engineer in a hospital. I was graduated from my MSc program in Project Management just 1 day before my delivery of my second baby :). I am so proud of myself being a mom for two wonderful girls and working as an Engineer ... believe me you can do it girls :)

MSc Project Management BSc Computer Engineering MCTS: Microsoft Certified Technology Specialist: Managing Projects by MS Project 2010
  • I am willing to host a field trip to my place of employment.
  • I am willing to be interviewed by interested students via email.
Answers by Mrs. Soha Jawabreh

To be an engineer, you have to believe in yourself that you can be an engineer, a successful engineer who will make a difference in Engineering. You don't have to live in big cities. You can practice engineering even if you are at your home in a very small village or anywhere in the world. You can do research. You can develop software applications. If you are or software or web engineer, as I am, you can work in and practice this profession in any work place, even in a small village. Kind regards, Eng. Soha Jawabreh