Prior to joining the marketing group in Warwick Business School, I received my PhD in Marketing and MPhil in Innovation, Strategy & Organization from the University of Cambridge, UK.
Prior to moving to the UK, I worked in a number of Egyptian NGOs and initiatives in the areas of micro-credit and education. From 2006 till 2009, I worked as a Teaching Assistant at the German University in Cairo. And from 2010 till 2014, I worked as Teaching Assistant for the Cambridge Judge Business School Executive MBA's marketing course.
In 2009, I was awarded the Chevening scholarship for my MPhil studies at the University of Cambridge. In 2010, I received the Open Society Foundation scholarship to pursue my PhD. My research is partially funded by the Research and Development Management (RADMA) in addition to other research grants from the University of Cambridge and the Private Enterprise Development for Low-Income Countries research initiative (PEDL).
My general research interest is the role of management science in addressing global poverty challenges. My current work focuses on discovering strategies to improve the performance of micro-enterprises operating in resource poor environments. Of particular interest to me is the role marketing plays in micro-enterprises' financial performance and ability to scale.
In my current research, I focus on the impact of property rights on micro-enterprise differentiation and performance in an urban slum in Cairo, Egypt.
Open Society Foundation scholarship to pursue her PhD. My research is partially funded by RADMA (Research and Development Management) in addition to other research grants grants from the University of Cambridge and the Private Enterprise Development for Low-Income Countries research initiative (PEDL).