Khaled Seif

Khaled Walid Ibrahim Seif (1975 in London – ) is a Jordanian-Palestinian politician, economist, and business manager. He holds a doctorate in business administration. He served as the Jordanian Minister of Transport in the government of Omar Al-Razzaz.

His upbringing and personal life

Khaled Walid Ibrahim Seif was born in the British capital London in 1975 to a Palestinian family from the city of Tulkarm in the West Bank, and he is from the same family as Queen Rania Al Abdullah, the daughter of the city of Tulkarm. His father is the well-known writer Dr. Walid Seif, who was born in the city of Tulkarm.

His mother is Dr. Iman Mahmoud Ibrahim Seif, also from the city of Tulkarm.

As for his maternal grandfather, and also his paternal uncle,
He is the dean of the family, Dr. Mahmoud Ibrahim Seif, who received King Hussein bin Talal at the request of Rania Al Abdullah for Prince Abdullah bin Al Hussein at the time. Mahmoud Ibrahim Seif served as Dean of the Faculty of Arts at the University of Jordan during the period 1980-1983.

His academic qualifications

  • Practitioner and expert certified by the Supply Chain and Supply Chain Council in the United States of America.
  • Director of the Supply Chain, Transportation and Logistics Department at “Nestlé International Company.”
  • Regional Director at “Kuwait Sultan Group.” Operations Manager at “Integrated Multi Transport Company”
  • General Manager, “Abu Group” Khader Motors.

His positions

The Jordanian Minister of Transport in the government of Omar Al-Razzaz since November 7, 2019, according to a royal decree issued by King Abdullah II bin Al Hussein, where Saif took the constitutional oath before the King on November 7, 2019,
And it continued until the formation of the government of Bishr Al-Khasawneh on October 12, 2020.
Chairman of the Jordanian Land Transport Regulatory Authority from November 7, 2019 until October 12, 2020.

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