Mohamed El Dahshan is a regional economist at the African Development Bank, working on issues of economic development and regional integration. He is also a Non-resident Fellow with the Rafik Hariri Centre for the Middle East at the Atlantic Council. He regularly writes and lectures on topics including the Middle Eastern transitions, economic development and entrepreneurship, and technology. Mohamed is also a member of the World Economic Forum’s Global Agenda Councils and Global Shapers community. He has received the Anna Lindh Euro-Mediterranean Journalism Award for coverage and analysis of the Egyptian revolution for traditional and social media. He is the co-author of “Diaries of the Revolution”, a collective memoir of the 2011 Egyptian uprising, which was published in Arabic and Italian. He is a graduate of the Harvard Kennedy School of Government, Sciences-Po Paris and Cairo University.
Sector: Private Sector
Main Pillar: Politics, Diplomacy and Global Economy
Areas of Expertise: International Development
Country of Origin: Egypt
City of Residency: Abidjan, Ivory Coast