• British University in Egypt

    Egypt | In action since 2008

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Our team was made up mostly of new members, which required additional training but resulted in new skills and passion being brought to the table

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Get to Know Us:

During her second year of school, Reem heard about the Enactus team on campus during a recruitment drive. She decided to give it a try and has never looked back. When they go out into the community and she sees the different challenges and needs, she is inspired to make a difference while being reminded of her responsibility to the team of 180 members as Head of HR. Feeling that sense of responsibility can become overwhelming and there have been times when Reem started to lose hope, but by relying on the support of her team, she knows that she can make a difference, no matter what. As she prepares to travel to Toronto for World Cup, she’s looking forward to learning about other cultures, as well as hearing about the experiences of the other teams.

More about Reem:

  • Book she’s currently reading: To Stay (an Arabic novel)
  • Her personal theme song: NR
  • One person who inspires her: My father
  • Enactus in one word: Hope
  • Single best Enactus moment: There are too many to mention: from my interview the first day to winning the national competition, I can’t choose.
  • In five years, she will be…an engineer, dedicating her time to change people’s lives.

Omar, a Computer Science major, may have just graduated but that won’t stop him from enjoying every second of the upcoming Enactus World Cup. The event will be the perfect culmination to his academic career: early on, he joined many student activities to find something meaningful and worthwhile, and quickly realized that Enactus was the best by far. Serving as his team’s President this past year, his goal was to lead them to the national championship, after being knocked out of competition in the first round the past two years. He heads to Toronto ready to network with peers and executives from around the world, and hopes to make his country proud by bringing home the World Cup.

More about Omar:

  • Book he’s currently reading: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
  • His personal theme song: Hall of Fame by The Script
  • One person who inspires him: NR
  • Enactus in one word: Dream
  • Single best Enactus moment: Hearing their school name announced as National Champion
  • In five years, he will be…the founder of a startup

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Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/omar.hamada.7

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