As a nomadic global citizen, I have spent the last two years building Sejaal Inc, a media platform seeking to engineer a more relevant Arabic web. I am grown passionate about creating informed societies in the Middle East and North Africa.
In 2017, I crossed the Arab World from east to west to interview 180 individuals on their take of the relevance and quality of the Arabic Internet.
Today, I am willing to tell a surprising, slightly more nuanced story of this unknown Arabic Internet and its content as a tool for transformational social change.
My years of learning and interactions with people of diverse backgrounds have led me to build my own consultancy company "Think With Khadija", offering Communications, Education, and Digital Transformation services.
I am a dual citizen of Belgium and Morocco. I have lived in Brussels, Neimegen, London, Cairo, Paris, Berlin, San Francisco, and Beirut, where I am currently based. I graduated from four universities worldwide in London, Brussels, Holland, and the US.
I have been awarded the most entrapreneurial project of Africa in 2015 by the African Entrepreneurship Award, by the BMCE Bank of Africa. I have been nominated as a social change fellow among various networks: The Qatar Foundation’s Wise Learner’s Voice; The World Islamic Economic Forum, the Harambe African Network. the French Inco Co Impact Accelerator, and the Do School in Berlin.