The Egyptian American Society (EAS) is a cultural, non-religious, non-political California tax-exempt organization that’s been serving the San Francisco Bay Area since the early 1970s.
Our mission is:
  • To serve the interests of all Egyptian Americans living in the San Francisco Bay Area
  • To promote understanding and cooperation between the Egyptian American community and all other communities living in the Bay Area
  • To facilitate and enhance the interaction between Egyptian Americans and the American institutions

Our organization depends primarily on the dedication of its board of directors, the involvement of its extended network of volunteers, and the support of the Egyptian American community at large.

DIRECTORS

Soha Athanasios

President
Soha was born in Cairo. She earned a BS and an MS in Engineering from the AUC and a PhD in Industrial Engineering from the University of Miami in Florida. She is the Director of Services/Loss Control, OSHA Practice at Sedgwick CMS. Soha has been quite involved with our Egyptian community since she moved to the Bay Area in 1995. She is an advisor to the BAE and an active member of the EAS. She is married to Reda Athanasios and they have two daughters: Hana and Neda.

Hussein Moustafa

Vice-President
Hussein was born and grew up in Alexandria, Egypt. He holds a BS degree in Electronics and Communications from Alexandria university. Hussein has been in the field of wireless communications for the last 20 years and currently works for Amazon. Hussein loves photography, enjoys running and hanging out with friends. He is a board member of Zawaya (Aswat) and served a board member of different organizations including NAAP and AAAEA.

Jailan Eldin

Secretary
Jailan was born in Alexandria, Egypt and raised in Canada.  She moved with her family to California in 1995 and have loved living here since then. She earned a bachelor’s in Computer Engineering and a Master’s in Engineering Management.  She currently works at Lockheed as the Technical Design Lead for satellite electrical ground support equipment.  In her free time she enjoys working out, socializing with friends, cooking and playing music.

Waleed Salaheldin

Treasurer
Waleed has been a member of the EAS Executive Committee for the past year. He spent his youth living in both Egypt and the US and is proud to call both countries his home. During his visits to Egypt, Waleed works with non-profit organizations to provide democracy education courses, philanthropic assistance and the disbursement of microloans to poor families in Cairo’s slums. Waleed has a Juris Doctorate from the University of the Pacific McGeorge School of Law, with a concentration in International Law. He earned a BA degree in Legal Studies from UC Berkeley. Waleed currently works at Tour-Sarkissian Law Offices, LLP in San Francisco.

COMMITTEES

Advisory Committee

  • Samir Kamal
  • Magda Danish
  • Ashraf Sedeek
  • Amany Nasser
  • Hamdy Osman
  • Esmat AbdelMalek

Events Committee

  • Lamia Ramadan
  • Ramez Shaker

Web Committee

  • Kareem Danish
  • Hana Athanasios

Former Presidents

  • Samir Kamal (2012-2015)
  • Magda Danish (2009-2011)
  • Ashraf Seddeek (2006-2009)
  • Amany Ghanem (2002-2005)
  • Samir Salama (1998-2001)
  • Mohammed Maguid (1996-1997)
  • Sarwat Fahmy (1992-1995)
  • Moghazy Elbarkooki (1991-1992)
  • Hemmat Safwat (1988)
  • Hamdy Osman (1987)
  • Azmy Tadros (1982)
  • Mahmoud Abouzeid (1981)
  • Dolly Tadros (1980)
  • Nagat El-Sanabary (1979)
  • Sayed Sultan (1978)
  • Nabil Rageh (1977)
  • Reda Afifi (1976)
  • Hamdy Osman (1975)
  • Mamdouh Aboelata (1974)