Ali Ayadi is the Center for International private Enterprise (CIPE) Country Representative in Tunisia. Ayadi has over 10 year of professional experience working on issues related to democratic governance, economic reforms, anti-corruption, and entrepreneurship focusing on the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. He is currently working on several programs in Tunisia that seeks to provide local organizations in Tunisia with the skills to play an active role in Tunisia’s economic and democratic development. Prior to arriving to Tunisia, Ayadi was based in Washington, DC, as CIPE Program Officer overseeing the Gulf, Iraq, and Yemen portfolios.
Ayadi holds an undergraduate degree in political science and masters in international commerce and policy from George Mason University. He is fluent in English, Arabic, and French.