Abdullah Mosaad / General Coordinator
abdullah (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Abdullah born in Benha, Egypt. A Young Egyptian who has started his voluntary work in development with Future Youth Club (FYC) and National Council for Youth (NCY) in Egypt. In the year 2007 he helped “The League of Arab States” in some events with "Youth & Sports Department", He participated in The League of Arab States Youth Forum 2007, when he also started with some friends founding "Tawasol" Group where he built his IT skills and passion for such work. In September 2008 he started his own project WupY “What’s up Youth” (wupy.org) portal to help, develop and empower youth all around the world through using the Web2.0 technologies. He started through Wupy some initiatives like: "Culture of Peace Campaign", "Celebrating International Day of Peace", "Arabic 1812 Radio" celebrating International Migrant's Day, "Balad El Banat" campaign celebrating International and Egyptian Women’s Day 8-16 March 2010, Launched the "World Summit Youth Award 2009" website in both Arabic and French languages in cooperation with "Mspired" Co., Participated and contributing in some projects nationally and regionally such as "League of Arab States Youth Forum", "I am a Tunisian" Campaign, "Resp-Act" Initiative with UNDP, "Lahzat fe Hayate" Competition, "Blog for Dialogue", BA Art Center through "Alexandria World Music Festival" Website.
He is also working as a program Advisor for "Youth for Change" Program “An Initiative of TakingITGlobal”, World Summit Youth Award Ambassador, and still he has a lot to achieve and a lot of ideas to do.
Moahmmed Yassein / Executive Director
yassein (at) wupy (dot) org
Sarah Zaaimi / Networks Coordinator / Project Coordinator - Blog 4 Dialogue
sarah (at) wupy (dot) org
Bio: Sarah from Rabat, Morocco. In 2007, she received her M.A. in international studies and diplomacy from Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane. She has worked as a television, newspaper, and magazine journalist, and has participated in a number of projects aimed at youth inclusion, among them the first League of Arab States Youth Forum in 2007 and the Soliya Connect program for future global leaders.
Amira Sobeih / Project Coordinator - Culture of Peace "Online" Campaign / Content Manager
amira (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Currently Amira is working as Free Lancer Trainer, worked as Executive Director- for TARABOT Co. Previously worked –part time- as a "MY TecC" Instructor for the UNOPS (United Nations Office for Projects Services), The project was running through UNDP-ICTDAR.
Amira has worked as a researcher, as She has successfully engaged in a number of collaborative policy research projects, developed training materials and delivered workshops in youth empowerment and building knowledge based societies through SCO. led by the International Institute for Sustainable Development (IISD), funded by the International Development Research Centre (IDRC), the paper discussed in a UN summit which is the World Summit on Information Society, Bibliotheca Alexandria, and in the youth panel of Cairo ICT 2005, Mapping for Change- Kenya 2005 .
Noha Helmy Rahhal / Content Manager & Translator
noha (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Noha is a young Egyptian girl who started her activities in the Egyptian civil society through Alexandria International Model United Nations 2009 (AIMUN 09) as a delegate. In 2009, she got a Bachelor of Arts from Alexandria University. Since her graduation, she has worked as a full time translator. In addition to this, she has a great passion for writing and editing.
Manar Idris / Volunteers Manager
manar (at) wupy (dot) org
Sarah Bahgat / Translation Manager
sarah.b (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Sarah is
Ola Al-Sharif / Public Relations
ola (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Ola is
Moayad Ahmed / Project Manager - Alexandria World Music Festival Website
moayad (at) wupy (dot) org
Alaa Ahmed / Project Coordinator - Moments in My Life Competition (Lahzat Fe Hayate)
lfh (at) wupy (dot) org
Mohamed Ezz Aldin / Project Coordinator - Arabic 1812 Radio
ezz (at) arabic1812 (dot) net
Bio: Mohamed Born in 1981 in Cairo, for a small family who loved Fairouz more than any voice in the whole world, started his drawing attempts since 4th grade, his pencil kept his drawings in black and white as he have always loved.
Started his career in radio co-founding "Radio Horytna" the first internet radio in Egypt, he started his first radio show on the 4th of April 2007, "Blog On Air" was the show which hit no.1 in the radio's chart for 8 months in a raw, went after that on another adventure his friend "Georgina Gamal" making the comic show "Sobhy w Sabheto" and it was No.1 on the radio's chart for 3 months in a raw.
As he is always searching for a challenge, created "el WEEKEND" show in Nov. 2007; "el-WEEKEND" was a LIVE show every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. He hosted for 100 episodes the brightest stars in Egypt and the Middle East in all fields of entertainment. (i.e. Wust El Balad, Rasha Mahdy, Arwa Gouda, Naseer Shamma, Jannat, Soma, Zeezee Adel, Eftekasat, Black Theama, Cairokee, Dorra Zarrouk, Carolen Khalil, Tarek Kotb, Omar Taher) and the list goes on making it no.1 in radio's chart since for a year and a half.
Elhossien Mahmoud / Project Coordinator - Resp-Act (Responsible Arab Citizen Program)
resp-act (at) wupy (dot) org
Fatma Emam / Project Coordinator - Balad el Banat Campaign (womenday.net)
fatma (at) womenday (dot) net
BIO: Fatma is Egyptian Feminist, she is Researcher and co founder of Nazra for Feminist Studies, Nazra is a platform for young activists and scholars interested in women rights in Egypt and Nazra is attempting to end the binary code of disagreement between secular feminists and faith based feminists in Egypt.
Prior to that, Emam worked in Egyptian Human Rights think tank as research assistant and she earned her BA in Political Sciences from Cairo University in 2004 and then she was awarded scholarship to study her MA in Human Rights and Democratization in Malta University, where she wrote her thesis on "Islamic Feminism: Rereading the legacy, Egypt as a case study".
Noureddin Adel / Egypt Focal Point - Youth for Change Program (TakingITGlobal)
noureddin (at) wupy (dot) org
BIO: Nour is ...