In early 2008, Rami was working as an insurance salesman but was looking for more. He desired to use his spare time to do something meaningful, so when his American friend, Matt, told him about his volunteer experience with GHNI, Rami wanted to know more. Matt pointed him to Jamal Heshwah, project manager in Jordan, who invited him to help with a short term team lead by GHNI president, Hal Jones. From that point on, Rami was hooked and his "spare time" turned into "all the time" as he has been working full time in villages around Jordan ever since.
With the support of his wife, Zaina, Rami currently works in five villages building relationships and training them in the five areas of TCD. Not only does he provide encouragement to the villagers but also works with the government to help them work effectively toward a better life for their village. His passion and joy in helping his fellow Jordanians is telling of why such transformation has already been developed in these communities through goat loan projects to food distribution.