TAM Structure

TAM Structural Organization

TAM general assembly is consisted of twenty-seven members of both sexes and they are a group of female leaders who got a powerful societal attendance, privileges and excellence in the political, social and media fields at the Palestinian level. The Board of Directors of TAM is consisted of seven members (five women and two men) from different areas of the West Bank with an extensive experience in the field of media and community work.  The board of Directors should be elected every two years in accordance to TAM internal rules and procedures. The board of directors should meet, at least, for one time every three months and/or upon necessity. The Board of Directors has also a profound faith with TAM message and vision and they are contributing voluntarily in most of TAM activities as well as  the members of the Board of Directors are functioning as branches and brooks of this association in their residential areas..

TAM Founders’ Team:


  Rajaa Serghali    Hazem  Bleidi    Rouqaya  Takrori    Suhair Faraj    Abeer Kilani    Farha Natour    Jehan Anstas 

Rajaa Sarghali     Hazem Bleidi     Rouqaya Takrori     Suheir Farraj     Abeer Kilani     Farha Natour     Jehan Anstas


TAM  Board Members(Administrative Team)


D. Sanaa S H Al Sarghali

Chairwoman of the Board of Directors for Women Media and Development (TAM) organization

Sanaa Alsarghali is the first Palestinian female holding a PhD in constitutional law in Palestine from the UK. Sanaa is the first female assistant professor at an-Najah Law school in Palestine. She also holds an LLM in International Trade and Commercial law from Durham University and a BA in Law from An-Najah University.
Sanaa was awarded a full scholarship from An-Najah University to study constitutional Law in order to participate in the constitutional building in Palestine after her return. Her PhD thesis focused on the presidential concentration of powers within the Palestinian Basic Law. She is a strong believer of the need for an active constitutional court in Palestine that could guarantee the application of any future suggestions related to the Basic Law or the future constitution.
Sanaa is an Annenberg Oxford Media Policy Institute’s alumni. In 2016 She was elected as the Chairwoman of TAM, an NGO that intends to change the stereotypical image of the Palestinian women in the Media.This makes Sanaa the youngest Chairwoman of an active NGO in Palestine. Previously, she worked as a TV presenter in Al Fajer TV local station. Her social and political talk show ‘Tam Time’ was screened on the Palestinian National TV for two years. Sanaa also helped in producing several documentary movies that focus on the protection of social rights. She has a track record of publications in Arabic and English in constitutional building of Palestine.

Fadi  Mousa

 Deputy Chairperson of the Board of Director

Fatten Farajah


Abeer  Kilani

Secretary of the Board 

Linda  Jarayseh

Board member

Farha  Nator

 Board member

Ayman ashour

 Board member

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