Amjad Adaileh

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Amjad Adaileh
Born 1962
Kerak, Jordan
Occupation Ambassador of Jordan in Turkey
Nationality Jordanian

Amjad Adaileh (Arabic: امجد عودة العضايلة‎) is a Jordanian politician specialising in news media and communications. Born in 1962 in Kerak, south of Jordan, where he finished High School.

Education and career[edit]

Adaileh graduated from Yarmouk University in 1984 with a B.A. Media Editing and Production. He started his career working for the Ministry of Information in 1987. He soon moved to working for the Royal Hashemite Court's Department of Public Relations in 1992.

At the Court, Adaileh served as the director of Arabic Media (2000–2006) and the director general of Media and Communications (2006–2008). He was appointed in February 2011 as the media and communications advisor to King Abdullah II of Jordan.

On 25 September 2007 Adaileh was promoted to the rank of minister in the Royal Hashemite Court by royal decree.

In 2012, Adalieh was apponted Ambassador of Jordan in Turkey.

Family[edit]

Amjad Adaileh is married and has 4 children, 2 girls and 2 boys (Nadine, Ghassan, Mohammad and Raya).

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