Currently an Associate Professor of Public Administration and the coordinator of the International Aspect Committee at the Faculty of Business Administration, Economics and Political Science,The British University in Egypt. Since February, 2016 she was appointed as the Director of the Research Center for Innovation,Governance and Green Economy (CIGGE). She has previously been an elected Member of the Senate Committee at the level of the faculty, the head of the General Business Specialisation and coordinated the community service committee during the period from 2018-2020.
Her Bachelor of Arts 1994 and Masters of Public Administration 1998 were granted from the American University in Cairo and he earned her PhD degree from Cairo University, Faculty of Economics and Political Science on May 2009 with an excellent degree. She won the award for the best PhD thesis for the same academic year 2009, and got a Management training in Business innovation, Strategic Management, Employees Engagement and leadership in tough times both locally and internationally. Her last training workshop was on the women leadership talents in London Business School, LSE, UK.
During the time she lived in Toronto, Canada she has been actively engaged in a number of executive training courses in management at the Schulich Business School, and executive education center, York University. She was awarded the executive MINI-MBA and the certificate of Management Excellence in Public Policy from The SEEC (Executive Education Center at the Schulich Business School).
Her Research areas are in Organisational behavior theories, policies of New Public Management, Leadership & agility.
During her current work as a director of the Research Center for Innovation, Governance and Green economy, she acted on promoting the center as a leader research entity in Egypt and MENA region, focusing on global issues as well as the Egyptian market needs, by serving its community, region and environment. She worked on facilitating leading edge research between the staff members of the faculty, including collaborative and interdisciplinary research using the excessive capital knowledge of BUE professors, lecturers as well as the TA’s and the students. She encouraged and supported proposals for research funds activities by contacting several industries on the national level to present sponsorship for the outstanding researchers, and to develop partnerships for this purpose. The center offered increased opportunities for joint research projects and exchange programs and successfully coordinated the Last Erasmus+ agreement between the University of Economics in Katowice and the British University in Egypt. The center has focused on enhancing employability skills to our BUE students through series of interactive learning methods of teaching and learning as well as a series of seminars, guest speakers and sessions of professionals from different industries to increase the visibility of the faculty.