Mohamad Katoub is a Syria community liaison consultant at the Strategic Litigation Project at the Atlantic Council, leading on civil society outreach for the Syria victims fund. Katoub’s experience focuses on humanitarian policies, civil society empowerment, and the protection of aid workers in Syria and neighboring countries. He is a member of the Syria Public Health Network; a research fellow at the Syria Impact Study at the Center of Global Health of University of California, Berkeley; a fellow at the Human Rights Center at the University of California, Berkeley School of Law. Katoub is a member of the advisory group of the Researching the Impact of Attacks on Healthcare project. During his work for humanitarian and human rights organizations, Katoub focused his work on improving humanitarian access, localizing aid, documenting attacks on health, and fighting against impunity for the usage of chemical weapons.