Hope For Children welcomes Serge Eid to its Senior Advisory Board

Hope For Children" CRC Policy Center is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Serge Eid to its Senior Advisory Board. With a wealth of experience in diplomacy, management, and communications, Mr. Eid is poised to make significant contributions to the organization's fundraising and advocacy efforts.

In his role as a member of Hope For Children's Senior Advisory Board, Mr. Eid will play a pivotal role in guiding the organization's strategic initiatives. His focus will be on leveraging his extensive industry connections to bolster support on both local and international levels.

A key area of emphasis for Mr. Eid will be cultivating stronger ties between the shipping industry and Hope For Children. Given his deep involvement in maritime affairs, he is well-placed to mobilize support within the industry, promoting corporate responsibility and collaboration to champion the cause of children's rights. Through Mr. Eid's guidance, we anticipate forging meaningful partnerships that will significantly contribute to our mission.

Expressing his enthusiasm, Mr. Eid stated, "I am excited to join Hope For Children in their noble mission. The shipping industry has the power to create positive change, and I am committed to bridging the gap between our sector and the invaluable work that Hope For Children does."

Mrs. Andria Neocleous, Executive Director of Hope For Children, warmly welcomed Mr. Eid to the organization's team, stating, "We look forward to his valuable insights and contributions as we continue our efforts to make a positive impact on the lives of children in need."

Biographical Note:

Serge Eid serves as the Founder and Managing Partner of several prominent international ventures, including Navy Group Co. and Blue Wave SARL, with a notable presence across the Middle East and Europe, particularly in Lebanon, Cyprus, and North Africa. Residing in Larnaca, Cyprus, for over a decade, he leads three diverse companies specializing in Oil & Gas, General Trading, Strategic Investments, and Shipping.

Beyond his business pursuits, Mr. Eid is deeply engaged in championing human rights, notably supporting the rights of displaced individuals in Ayia Marina, Cyprus. His dedication in this sphere involves close collaboration with the Honorary President of the Association of Displaced Persons in Ayia Marina.

Recognized for his contributions, Mr. Eid holds the title of Consul General of the Maldives to the Republic of Cyprus. With an impressive track record spanning over eight years, he is renowned as an expert in international relations, having managed intricate, multifaceted projects involving multiple stakeholders across diverse settings. His profound experience in diplomacy, management, and communication equips him to advise governments, international institutions, and the private sector in addressing both domestic and global challenges.