Mr. Ahmed Alobaidly holds a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado Denver. Mr. Alobaidly is currently seconded with the Supreme Committee for Delivery and Legacy (SCDL) managing the World Cup Qatar 2022 Training Sites.
Mr. Alobaidly is also the co-founder of the first Qatari Sunset Association in the United States during his studies.
Mr. Al-Obaidli served as the Financial Director of Qatar Youth Hostels before taking over the CEO of youth hostels
Mohammed Yousuf Alotbey
Mohammed works as a Communications and Social Responsibility Manager at an international oil company in Qatar.
Mr. Alotbey graduated from Arizona State University with bachelor’s degree in Strategic Management.
Mohammed’s social engagement background, focus on community collaboration and society development have led him to a number of opportunities and community leadership roles such as being the Deputy General Manager at Qatar Youth Hostels since 2016.
His current role at Qatar Youth Hostels require launching initiatives, enhancing capabilities, managing social risks, and implementing win-win partnerships with corporations, the local community and non-profit organizations.
Hussain Al Hababi
Hussain pursued his bachelor degree in business management from the university of Colorado Denver. During his stay in the US, he was a member at the Qatari students association.
Mr. Alhababi currently works at the Qatar Olympic committee and he is also the HR manager at Doha 2019 “World Athletic championship”.
During his short life career, Hussain has participated and managed a variety of events and activities in different functions.
His aim is to be an active member to accomplish QYH main objectives.