Dr Naill is Associate Professor of Management within School of Logistic and Management at German Jordanian University in Jordan.  He is a highly experienced and capable academic with an impressive track record of teaching, leadership, publication and training delivery within industry span over 15 years since 2002.  Dr Naill has held the Program Chair for Integrated Emergency Management and Business Continuity Management Department at Rabdan Academy in Abu Dhabi, UAE, the founding member of Prince Megrin Chair for Crises Management, and Research Unit Director at King Abul Aziz University (KAU) in Saudi Arabia, which he was also instrumental in establishing the 1st Master’s degree in Crises Management in Saudi Arabia at KAU.  Furthermore, he was Department Chair, and Crises Management Committee Chair and member of the Academic Council at the Hashemite University (HU) in Jordan.  He has developed and delivered more than 15 courses, which are currently taught at KAU, HU and RA within MBA, EMBA, and distance learning programs.  Courses include business continuity management, crises and emergency management, risk management, environmental management, total quality management, research methodologies, MIS, organizational behavior, project management, productions and operations management, amongst others.  Dr Naill is also an approved and experienced Business Continuity Institute (BCI) trainer.  Previous clients include the World Bank, the Arabian Gulf University in Bahrain, and Jeddah municipality and the Makkah Disaster Management Center in Saudi Arabia; along with the Jordanian Civil Defence and Ministry of Interior.  Other selected clients include General Executive Secretary Council (GESC) in Abu Dhhabi, NESA (National Electronic Security Authority), Department of Economic Development (DED) the United Arab Emirates (UAE).       Dr Naill holds a BSc in Civil Engineering the University of Jordan and a PhD in Engineering Management, Crisis, Risk and Emergency Management from the George Washington University in the Unites States of America.  He has an extensive publications record with more than 30 peer-reviewed articles to date.  He has also been interviewed several times on TV and within print media and has worked with numerous international organizations, governments and agencies, most notably the United Nations International Strategy for Disaster Reduction (UNISDR).  Dr Naill is a frequent participant on international scientific committees and workshops and has given more than 100 talks as a guest and key-note speaker around the world.  This includes active membership of the Environmental Society of Jordan, guest editor and editorial board member and reviewer for international peer reviewed journals such as The International Emergency Management
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Journal, selected as ADEC (Abu Dhabi Education Council) external reviewer, and Co-Chair for the International Emergency Management Society (TIMES) Middle-East and North Africa (MENA) Chapter.    

Educational Background

PhD Engineering Management, 2002, The George Washington University
Civil Engineering, 1997, Jordan University, Jordan

Founder and Managing Partner Excellence in Business Continuity and 2006- Present Crisis Management (EBCCM)  
EBCCM is considered as one of the first highly specialized center for training, consultations, studies and arbitrations in the Middle East within the field of business continuity, crises, risk, and emergency management. It was established in Jordan by Dr.Naill Momani in 2006 to fulfill the gap in such needs for the Arab countries. EBCCM then registered as center of excellence within Business and Knowledge Alliances at King Abdul Aziz University-Saudi Arabia in 2010. Clients included world bank, Jeddah municipality, Arabian Gulf University, Jeddah Disaster Management Center 
  Middle East and North Africa Chapter The International Emergency 2011- Present Co-Director and TIEMS International Management Program Committee (TIPC)  
This chapter aims to promote scientific disaster risk management applications to reduce human and monetary losses for the region. The 1st international workshop took place in cooperation with Prince Meqren Chair for Disasters and Crises Management at King AbdulAziz University    


1. School of Engineering Graduate Fellowship, 2000-2002, George Washington University 

2. School of Engineering Graduate Teaching Scholarship, 1998-1999, University of Jordan

3. Excellence in research, 2012, King AbdulAziz University (KAU), Excellence in community services,2009-2013, KAU