Mo’ath Alkhawaldeh is a Jordanian marathon and half marathon runner. Since 2012 he has represented Jordan in many national and international races and is currently aspiring to qualify for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics. 

Mo'ath has combined his athletic career with positions ranging from the United Nations in New York to the financial and business sector. He currently represents the Beirut Marathon Association as an International Ambassador and previously worked with Generations For Peace, a Jordan-based international peace building organization, where he supported young people in implementing peace building programmes and addressing issues of conflict in their communities around the world through sport-based activities. Mo'ath is a strong believer in the potential of sport to change individual behavior and transform wider conflicts, and he is committed to encouraging young people in the Middle East to realize their own athletic potential and begin positive change through sport.

“Mo has contributed greatly to a positive team atmosphere in which champions are created. Mo is a person of character and integrity whose commitment to the sport provides an example of excellence.”
— Deena Kastor, Olympic bronze medalist, Chicago and London Marathon winner, and American marathon record holder