Who am I? I’m a person who cares much about where he is living, and that’s what makes me an entrepreneur, social activist and student.
I took my first steps in the entrepreneurial world at the age of 20 with Mostaqbalna, a center for education after school, at the age of 22 I started my entrepreneurial activity in the Arab society with MASAR in order to raise awareness and drive people to create more things, I took part in the economic empowerment through entrepreneurship with the University of Michigan and became a professional fellow where I met the CEO of Voiceitt and we decided to cooperate, since then I’m serving as the VP for business development in the MENA region at Voiceitt.
I was selected to be one of the 30 under 30 of MAKO and Bank Hapoalim.
Beside my work at Voiceitt, I’m leading the entrepreneurship department in Hasoub, a social venture that aims to promote entrepreneurial-tech awareness in the Arab society.
And this year I’ll be finishing my undergrad school in physical therapy.
I believe that if you do what makes your eyes bright, even if it was a small thing, this will make us live in a better place.