Notre Dame University



Liliane Haddad, BA

Mrs. Liliane Haddad holds a BA in Sociology from the Université St.- Esprit-Kaslik (USEK), Lebanon. While at USEK she attended a seminar La citoyenneté projet d’état pour une nouvelle societé, (May 15-17, 2007). She took English courses at the NDU DCE, the Division of Continuing Education at the Notre Dame University. She completed computer science courses at the Lebanese Canadian Center. She participated in a special training workshop Combining Research Methods and Technology by Dr. Rita Stephan and attended the International Migration Integration and Social Cohesion (IMESCO) Conference. She started her working experience as a store manager at the Chrabieh Jewelry and then worked as an administrative assistant/work coordinator at SPEXID, Spex Interior Design firm. After following an intensive training in indexing and archival material at LERC, the Lebanese Emigration Research Center, at NDU, she was engaged as an intern research assistant managing the preparation phase of a socio-economic and migration project in South Lebanon. Since October 2008 she has been working as full-time chief indexer and coordinator for the LERC Archive and Database. Part of her duties consists of the preparation and the presentation of the LERC material for visitors. Valuable experience was gained when she completed the indexing of a book of Philosophy written by NDU Professor Boulos Sarru. She attended the workshop delivered by Dr. Kamel Doraï, Conducting Biographical and Expert Interviews, on January 19, 2010 at NDU and worked on both the book and the brochure of LERC’s latest publication Our People. Mrs. Haddad is also a founding member and the treasurer of MeDO, the Mediterranean Design Organization, based in Beirut, Lebanon.