Born in Beirut, Lebanon, I moved to the United Kingdom in 2005 to further my academic studies. I graduated from Bosworth Independent College in Northamptonshire in Business Studies, then went on to study Political Science at Kingston University (London), graduating with Honors in 2009. After gaining valuable work experience, I went on to continue my graduate studies in 2018, where I completed the Graduate Diploma in Law and the Legal Practice Course both at BPP Law School in London (specializing in civil litigation, private acquisitions and intellectual property), which would allow me to practice Law in the UK, I graduated in 2021 with a High Commendation.
In terms of work experience, I have worked on a number of cases involving UK, US and Lebanese firms on matters including commercial disputes/litigation, immigration cases, antitrust, real estate disputes along with engaging in alternative dispute resolution (mediation).
I have acquired practical experience and academic knowledge in dealing with cases involving human rights violations within the jurisdiction of the European Convention of Human Rights as well as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (UN). As for policy-making, my degree in Political Sciences and involvement in political life both in Lebanon and the UK has enabled me to develop the skill of tailoring suitable, yet flexible policies when conducting foreign diplomacy.
I have worked as an advisor for SKY News/Sports UK, I was based in London but targeted the Middle East and North Africa region regarding marketing and customer acquisition strategies.
In 2021, I moved to Yerevan, Armenia in order to join the Ministry of Foreign Affairs as an iGorts fellow with the aim of contributing toward the advancement of the country in the fields of foreign policy and human rights.
I speak English, Arabic, French, Armenian and Turkish.