Saja Elgredly is a full time postgraduate student at City University London, studying MA International Communications and Development. Before moving to the United Kindgom, Saja has been working and volunteering in the field of social development in Egypt for five years.
She has been part of, and started number of initiatives such as, ‘Albedaya men Hena’ for educating unfortunate children, ‘Culture Corner’ for spreading cultural awareness in Egypt, and ‘Refqan’ which aimed at educating women about their rights in Islam.
Saja moved to the social development career which she always belonged to after three years of working in advertising, her last post was project manager to ‘Volunteers Can’, which was responsible for training 1000 volunteers and 200 NGOs across ten governorates in Egypt.
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