Nada holds B.A in Mass communication studies with a 9+ years work experience, she started her early career in 2009 by joining different projects hosted by Bibliotheca Alexandrina, and then holds positions in various civil society organizations as media and communications officer. Nada's main passion is Digital media technologies, media policies and freedom of expression.
One of Motoon’s interventions was to open up a gender lens to technology and particularly to women and technology.
These interventions included identifying female techies in verydeliberate and targeted ways and working actively on integrating and normalizing their presence in the broader community of techies.
Motoon continues developing this gender sensibility through Noon Tech program, by discussing the obstacles preventing equal representation of women, identifying solutions, and working towards overcoming these obstacles, and in parallel showcasing stories of successful women techies.
Advocating women empowerment & bridging the gender gap in tech field at all levels.
Making tech more accessible to women & encouraging them to “competency, mastery”.
Achieve equal women representation in the field of technology.