Nada has over five years of experience in the nonprofit sector, specifically in the field of international education and youth development. She earned a Bachelor’s Degree in English Language, Literature and Civilization from the University of Manouba. Nada is a strong advocate of cultural and academic exchange programs and their impact on youth and their respective communities. Her drive to work in the field of international education came from her own experience as a Fulbright scholar to the United States. While working at AMIDEAST Tunisia, Nada managed a variety of grants and scholarship programs such as the Fulbright program, the Professional Fellows Program (NGO focus), and the Youth Exchange and Study program among others. Over the last five years, she helped send over 400 students to the U.S. to take part in a variety of scholarship programs. She also worked on establishing two alumni associations in order to improve alumni programming in Tunisia and help returnees from different programs and sectors invest in and impact their regions and communities. She has worked on programs and projects touching different sectors: public health, democracy, community development, entrepreneurship, youth development, education, environment, tourism, law, and technology. She developed organizational management skills and gained experience in international and local conference planning for a variety of sectors and targeting different audiences. Nada is interested in continuing to work in the field of international education focusing on youth development and community engagement.
Host Organization: Deloitte
Role at Host Organization: Nada will serve as a liaison with clients in Tunisia and DTT Tunisia, develop concept notes, reports and analysis, moderate conversations on topics to be defined, and be the bridge and the glue between the US and Tunisia teams.