Ghada Zribi is the Lead of the Worldwide Public Sector Competency Program at Amazon Web Services. She is passionate about leveraging cutting-edge technology to achieve global sustainable development and enabling historically marginalised communities to overcome obstacles with innovation.
Ghada is a pan-African peace and civic education practitioner. She is the founder of iBuild Africa (a peer-to-peer support system for African youth), leading major projects around the continent to celebrate the African identity, counter violent extremism among young generations and promote the global Sustainable Development Goals.
Ghada is a United Nations Alliance of Civilizations fellow and a youth representative in the Network of Arab Leaders for Sustainable Development in UNESCO. She also served as an Ashoka Changemaker scholar in employment in Africa and as Tunisia’s ambassador for the Youth Counselling and Development Network.
In the past, Ghada worked as an International Partnerships Manager at Code.org and as project coordinator for the Lobo Friends Mentorship Programme, and also for the International Service Corps at the University of New Mexico, USA.
Ghada obtained a master’s degree in Communications and Media from Université Tunis Carthage and a master’s degree in Public Administration at the University of New Mexico. She is passionate about mentoring younger peers and volunteers as the Regional Coordinator for the USA within the Robert Bosch Stiftung Alumni Network.