Antonia leads the Art Jameel teams in Saudi Arabia and the UAE, and oversees programmes across the arts, heritage and education. She joined in 2016 with a mandate to develop the Jameel Arts Centre, Dubai, and Hayy: Creative Hub, Jeddah, and institute a new period of radical growth for the organisation. Among other roles, Antonia was previously Director of Art Dubai (2010-2016); Projects Director at Bidoun; and has written extensively on Middle Eastern art and film.

Albert graduated in interior design from the American University of Sharjah and worked in residential interiors before shifting his focus and interest to the art world. Albert works closely with the Jameel Arts Centre’s artists and guest curators, as well as the in-house exhibitions and collections teams.

Abdelghani’s professional practice revolves around writing and designing content for Jameel Arts Centre, allowing people to join the conversation and be part of the Jameel community. Previously a member of the Jameel's The Assembly, Abdelghani was born and raised in Ras Al Khaimah, and his artistic practice has primarily gravitated towards sculpture.

Brent studied Information Technology and Information Systems at Brigham Young University - Hawaii. He has a passion for assisting people (and artists!) with technology, and also delves into photography and graphic design. He comes to Jameel Arts Centre having pioneered an art prize and other programmes for emerging artists in Oman.

Dawn is responsible for the Art Jameel Collection and associated exhibitions, both those at the Jameel Arts Centre, and loans with partner museums regionally and internationally. Previously, Dawn has worked in arts institutions and festivals in Australia, Scotland and the UAE, most recently heading up not-for-profit projects at Art Dubai. She has experience in museum collections, exhibitions, programming, audience outreach and community projects.

Working both behind the scenes as well as front and centre as Jameel Art Centre’s Programmes and Events Coordinator, Haya’s work encompasses the planning and executing of events and public programmes, visitor orientation, and community development. With a passion for all things arts and culture and a BS in Design Management from the American University of Sharjah, Haya previously practised marketing and hospitality for fashion and events startups as well as F&B clients before gravitating back to the art world.

Jawad is the liaison between Art Jameel and government institutions related to immigration and licensing. Jawad has over 10 years of experience in the UAE, where he has worked in established international companies and contributed to the set-up of new businesses.

Lana’s focus is on the development of programmes and partnerships that engage a broad public, often outside of the gallery setting, including Art Jameel Commissions. Previously, Lana worked in management and outreach at Bloomsbury Qatar Foundation Publishing and the Doha Tribeca Film Festival. With a Masters in Public Diplomacy, her Fulbright Grant led her to research film partnerships between Jordan and the USA.

Mohamed is Art Jameel’s finance manager with expertise in financial management, auditing and expense reporting, and budget creation. Mohamed joined Art Jameel in January 2019 and he was previously a senior financial analyst in Abdul Latif Jameel International - Energy and water operations.

Murad El Zagal studied architecture in the USA and Jordan and practiced design in the UAE prior to joining Art Jameel where he holds a particular interest in cross-disciplinary approaches to diversifying audiences and maximizing impact in the creative cultural scene through strategic partnerships, marketing, advertising and other outreach initiatives while engaging with new technologies and special projects.

Nadine’s work focuses on research studios, collection interventions, reading groups and community projects. She holds a BA from Camberwell College of Art and is also a practising artist; her areas of interest include highways, bridges, observation decks, scale models and ambitions of uninterrupted, uninhibited views of the city.

Sara is responsible for the long-term planning of Art Jameel’s new centres and the expansion of current initiatives, particularly in education and entrepreneurship. Her role also includes cultivating partnerships with organisations that share common objectives with Art Jameel. Prior to joining Art Jameel, Sara was a management consultant, advising private and public sector clients in the education and culture sectors.

Rita welcomes the Jameel Arts Centre’s many visitors daily as part of her role as Visitor Experience Assistant. Rita has a background in hospitality and guest services, which she draws on into her undisputed love for all things arts and culture

Uns oversees education programmes at Jameel Arts Centre – from school visits and children’s materials through to research initiatives and the Jameel Library. She has a particular interest in visual culture and alternative histories and, over the past ten years, has worked across research, programming and content-development. Previous roles include managing the Global Art Forum at Art Dubai and research and curatorial at the Sharjah Art Foundation.

Carla oversees the development of Art Jameel by cultivating networks and partnerships , and leading on fundraising efforts. She studied product design at ECAL in Switzerland, and prior to joining Art Jameel, she worked for such leading names such as Burberry, Vivienne Westwood and Zaha Hadid before setting-up her own design studio.Carla is rooted in the art and design community and holds multiple design awards, including Maison&Objet Rising Talent Award and Fondation Boghossian Design Prize in Brussels.

Passionate about design and retail, Francis liaises with local, regional and international creatives and publishers to bring together a carefully-sourced range of original ideas and fantastic gifts and books. Managing the shop's day-to-day operations, he also works closely with the communications team, to make sure everyone knows about the Art Jameel Shop and its offerings.

Mary Ann joined the Art Jameel team in 2018 with over 7 years of experience working with various retail brands in the UAE, including but not limited to booksellers. As the Retail Assistant at the Art Jameel Shop, Mary Ann's focus is on customer service and merchandising.

Madeline is inspired by iconic artworks from the past and present and carries this through in her approach to Learning on a day to day basis. She holds an MA in Art History and Museum Studies from the Paris Sorbonne University in Abu Dhabi, and previously worked as a museum educator at the Louvre Abu Dhabi. Her current role focusses on developing of learning resources, programmes, workshops and audience engagement for families, students, and educators.