Asma Mansour is an Ashoka Fellow and has been named one of 16 “Women Entrepreneurs Who Are Changing The Way Business Is Done In The Arab World”. Working in a hard environment she believes that people must lead the change they desire. After organizing more than 50 large events during her time at the University, co-founding the People’s Movement for Human Rights Learning and having multiple leadership positions in organizations like AIESEC and JCI (Junior Chamber International) she is now the president and co-founder of the Tunisian Center for Social Entrepreneurship.

This week she is coming to SoPact to inspire and coach our SoPact’ers, ending with a public inspirational talk and mingle Friday afternoon 14-15. You do not want to miss out on hearing her story! You find more information in our Facebook event.