- Email: email@example.com
- Birthday: 9/10/2003
- City of Residence: Cairo, Egypt
- City of Origin: Cairo, Egypt
- Expertise Areas: Education, Youth Participation & Leadership, Entrepreneurship
- Write a quote which you believe in.
“Hard work is the key to unlocking your full potential. It turns dreams into achievements and challenges into opportunities.” Mahmoud Wageh
- A brief bio:
I’m an undergraduate Electromechanical student with a focus on Energy and Renewable Energy at the Faculty of Engineering, Ain Shams University, and a USAID Scholar. My career objective is to become a leading professional in the field of climate change and renewable energy. I have a lot of leadership positions as the Founder of AgriMecha,Founder Microsoft Learn Student activities,Head of planning and following up in Earth Climate for sustainable development organization,Head organizer in COP27,Head organizer in PPP MENA region Head organizer in EDF MENA region, and I was selected to be one of 2030 Leaders by Empower hub, Amideast and the US embassy I have held various leadership roles in different organizations. As the Head of Planning and Following up Department at the EC4SDF Foundation for Sustainable Development, I was responsible for setting goals and plans for various departments. As a Head Organizer for the PPP MENA Event, I managed the registration process and coordinated the team organizing the event’s halls. I also took on leadership roles at the COP27 eventoverseeing the VIP Zone and sponsors. in addition I had the privilege to give a talk Infront of the US ambassador and the US congress and at the EDF event, where I managed technical issues and stage organization. My active involvement in extracurricular activities, such as being a Speaker at events and serving as a Representative to Ain Shams University in OECD, shows My ability to communicate effectively and lead by example. My roles in the Microsoft Imagine Cup and Team Leader in the Tech Leaders Program demonstrate My leadership and mentoring capabilities. I have also been a Delegate at the COY17 event and an Organizer for the USAID Scholars Activity Orientation, where I mentored students and organized events.
- What ignited your pursuit for SDGs especially the goals you believe in?
My pursuit of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), particularly the ones I strongly believe in – no poverty, quality education, and peace, justice, and strong industry – was ignited by a deep sense of responsibility and a desire to make a positive impact on society and the world. No Poverty: I firmly believe that access to basic necessities and economic opportunities is a fundamental right. Witnessing the disparities in living standards and opportunities around the world, I was driven to contribute to efforts aimed at eradicating poverty, improving livelihoods, and ensuring that no one is left behind. Quality Education: Education is a powerful tool for transformation. I have personally experienced the transformative power of education, and this has fueled my commitment to ensuring that quality education is accessible to all. I believe it is the cornerstone of personal growth, societal progress, and the achievement of many other SDGs. Peace, Justice, and Strong Industry: A just and peaceful world is the foundation for sustainable development. I am deeply committed to promoting peace, justice, and strong industry because I understand that these factors are crucial for fostering an environment where individuals and communities can thrive and reach their full potential.
- Please share your biggest wins as an SDGs advocate
I had the ooportunity to be selected as a leader in Empower2030 leaders program as a climate change advocate. As I have an interest in working about programs that serve the quality of education, I was selected to be a tech leader to teach 500 youth the basics of programming. As a climate change advocate I had the privilage to attend COP27 as a main organizer and a speaker. I was a delegate also in COY17 for Egypt. I had the privilege also to organize Climathon 2030 in 15 governorates.
- Outside of your SDGs advocacy work, what do you enjoy doing?
I enjoy reading, learning new things, and making connections with new people to know new things and learn more about different cultures.
- Languages Spoken with your level (beginner, intermediate, advanced Native or advanced fluent)
Arabic (Advanced/Native) English (Advanced/Fluent) Italiano(Beginner)
- Put the most 3 important publications about your work title with their links
My Podcast with Rehan Foundation and institute: Click Here
M talk in front of the US congress in COP27: Click Here
My work with USAID in the 11th steering committee: Click Here
- What are the 3 goals of the SDGs goal that you are advocating for the most?
Goal 1: No poverty, Goal 4: Quality Education, Goal 16: Peace, Justice And Strong Institutions.