Ghada Zribi is an African peace and civic education practitioner with over 6 years’ experience working for national and international non-governmental institutions. She is the founding president of iBuild Africa, a peer-to-peer support system for African youth, leading major projects around the continent to celebrate the African identity, counter violent extremism among young generations, and advocate for the global Sustainable Development Goals. Ghada is a youth representative in the Network of Arab Leaders for Sustainable Development in UNESCO. She is also an Ashoka Changemaker scholar in employment in Africa and serving as Tunisia’s ambassador for Youth Counselling and Development Network. Ghada also specialized in capacity development in the intersecting areas of youth inclusion, participation and empowerment in the peacebuilding process, as well as the democratic transition in her post-revolution country Tunisia.
Sector: Non-Profit and NGO
Main Pillar: Youth
Areas of Expertise: Youth Engagement and Sports
Country of Origin: Tunisia
City of Residency: Albuquerque, U.S.