I started my international life at the age of 15, when I was selected to be part of a one-year exchange program in the U.S. In 2013, I graduated with a BE in Mechanical Engineering, and a minor in Philosophy from the American University of Beirut (AUB). During my studies I was granted the Dean’s award for outstanding creativity and imagination. I also worked as a research assistant in AUB, working on wave energy extraction and publishing my research on passive pneumatic teleopertation system. Thereafter, I worked at the University of Texas in Arlington Research Institute alongside highly skilled researches, evaluating and designing continuous flexible robots. I have also gained valuable experience as an intern in Schlumberger, Egypt Air, and Petrobel. Thereafter, I pursued the European Masters in System Dynamics. During my studies, I worked on modelling population dynamics, energy systems, business outsourcing dynamics, and supply chain management. I appreciate complex systems, and I am confident in my ability to analytically and systematically analyze and model them to identify the right leverage points and policy interventions.
Project management, sustainability, supply chain management, closed loop supply chain, energy systems, strategic choice analysis.