Nada Elsayed comes to the Enough Project through the Atlas Corps Fellows program and will be working with Enough as a Research Associate focusing on Sudan.
Nada is originally from Sudan but has lived in Cairo, Saudi Arabia, the United States, and the United Kingdom. She entered the nonprofit sector as an activist with a passion for human rights and humanitarian relief during her sophomore year in college. She has since worked for CARE Egypt, AIESEC Kenya, and the UNHCR Khartoum and Africa Middle East Refugee Assistance in Cairo.
Nada has also worked for the Fahamu Refugee Program under the tutelage of Barbara Harrell-Bond, the director of the Oxford University Refugee Studies Center, researching refugee issues. She has a bachelor’s degree in political science with a double specialization in international relations and international law from the American University in Cairo, and plans to continue her legal education in the near future. She is especially passionate about refugee issues and worked mainly with Sudanese refugees in Cairo and the United Kingdom.