I am practice-oriented and a firm believer in self-development and life-long learning. People who have worked with me praise my leadership, creativity, and multi-tasking capabilities.
Graduated as a Computer and Communications Engineer from the American University of Beirut in 2006, I have worked in multinational telecommunications companies for 4 years.
After earning my Masters in Engineering Management degree, I joined the Engineering Management program and the Olayan School of Business at the American University of Beirut where I currently teach applied ethics courses.
I am also an active researcher and published author on entrepreneurship, women, and engineering education. I am currently working on several voluntary initiatives that revolve around development, women in technology, gender equality, social responsibility and sustainability.
I am currently pursuing my PhD degree as a part-time student in the University of Leicester’s School of Management, Leicester, UK.