Changemaker from Egypt, Member of the Egyptian Parliament
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***Alumnus of the Ashoka Visionary Program (Mediterranean) 2019***
Amira believes in the power of Changemakers, she has 8 years of experience in different fields mainly Sales, Marketing and Training with a recent experience in civil development. She has an MBA from ESLSCA Business School, Major marketing and she studied Biochemistry as her bachelor, Islamic studies as a diploma, and she is currently studying liberal arts as a free study at Cairo Institute of Liberal arts and sciences.
She has been the regional marketer of the peripheral line of Medtronic for MENA region.
Currently, she holds the post of communications and projects manager at the Egyptian members association of the Royal College of pediatrics and child health. They work extensively on all what’s related to early childhood development.
She is a member of the Egyptian Social Democratic party where she had some leading roles in the youth sector. During her undergraduate studies, she founded a prominent activity at Ain Shams University which trained and qualified thousands of students to fit perfectly in the work environment. Travelling made her a different person, she has been highly engaged in different Erasmus Mundas projects and has so far visited 22 countries.
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"My major takeaways? That to become a true leader and a changemaker you should open your eyes and senses to learn, to get inspired, to communicate, to appreciate diversity and keep going.
The highlight of the whole program was to get to know people from different countries across the Mediterranean and be out of my comfort zone with different mentalities and cultures. I understood and observed the journey of the great changemakers across history and realized that it has never been a big bang or a magical single change. It has always been a long journey of trials and errors, and of persistence."