Abeer Abu Ghaith

Abeer Abu Ghaith is not only a social tech entrepreneur but also an influential speaker and activist. As the founder and CEO of MENA Alliances and former co-founder of StayLinked, she has dedicated her life to driving positive change. Raised in a refugee camp and shaped by conflict, Abeer leverages her entrepreneurial and technical expertise to make a global impact. Through MENA Alliances, Abeer is revolutionizing the job market by bridging gaps and connecting talented professionals across the Middle East and North Africa, particularly in Palestine, with world-class job opportunities using remote solutions that overcome physical, political and cultural barriers. Despite facing challenges stemming from both normal business cycles and the disruptions brought on by wars and conflicts, Abeer has successfully created over 700 digital technology opportunities for underprivileged and underemployed individuals. Additionally, she has established partnerships and contracts with more than 70 clients worldwide, resulting in a 300% increase in revenue. The digital technology solutions, products, and applications developed by her company have significantly elevated the average salaries of her tech talent in local market by almost 40%. Prior to committing fully to MENA Alliances, Abeer worked tirelessly with local, regional, and international NGOs and donors. Her efforts included initiatives to enhance women’s participation in the labor market and decision-making positions, support youth and women’s employment and entrepreneurship, and increase internet and computer literacy among these groups. Furthermore, Abeer served as a Computer Networking Instructor at Palestine Polytechnic University. Abeer holds a degree in Computer Systems Engineering and a Master’s in Business Innovation with Entrepreneurship from London University. She has also earned scholarship to get transformational and cross cultural leadership certificates from Harvard Business School and INSEAD University.

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When: Tuesday april 5th, 13:00–15:00
Language: English