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Mariam Moussa


Mariam Moussa is a consultant at Shared Planet. She is passionate about just transitions and community engagement, striving to implement them in her work from economic, social, and environmental perspectives. At Shared Planet, she is currently active on several consultancy projects with the Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU), where she focuses on advancing RCU's environmental awareness campaign and promoting its cultural positioning. Mariam’s work includes conducting stakeholder analysis, formulating literature reviews, and designing effective strategies and methodologies. Fluent in both Arabic and English, she possesses proficiency in statistical analysis tools like R and brings a dynamic commitment to research, policy, and advocacy.


Throughout her professional journey, Mariam has contributed significantly to research and policy initiatives. She served as a Research Assistant at the Access to Knowledge for Development Centre (A2K4D) in Egypt, contributing to reports on health data governance and researching AI start-ups in Agri-Food sectors across five MENA countries. Her work experience extends to roles in N Gage Consulting, where she conducted research on regulatory developments in the Food and Beverage industry, producing policy briefs for governmental export councils. She also interned at the banking reform sector of The Central Bank of Egypt, contributing to its strategy for promoting financial inclusion of MSMEs. On the academic front, Mariam is currently pursuing her MSc in International Political Economy from the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE), complemented by a BA in Economics from The American University in Cairo (AUC), with minors in History and Political Science. For her community projects on gender equality and women’s economic empowerment, she was awarded the Tomorrow’s Leaders Gender Scholarship and The Doria Shafik Award. Her research interests include women’s economic justice, digital transformations, and political sociology.

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