Nadine Mansour is a communications and marketing strategist with experience across news media and advocacy organizations. As an undergraduate at Barnard College, Nadine majored in Middle East politics, was on the Turath leadership team, and wrote for the Columbia Political Review amid the 2011 Arab Uprisings. After graduating in 2014, she moved to Doha where she was an Arabic fellow at Qatar University and a freelancer for Al Jazeera English.
Since returning home to New York, she’s been excited to reconnect with and galvanize Arab alumni and students. Nadine is passionate about mentorship and minority representation in media and politics and throughout her career has campaigned for press freedom and human rights protection in the MENA region, particularly Syria, Egypt, and Sudan.
Staying true to her roots, Nadine always pays a visit to a museum’s Egyptian section when traveling to a new metropolis. Her favorite place in NYC is the Temple of Dendur at The Met.
Nadine’s LinkedIn profile can be found here.