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Ebtehal Elghamrawy

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Leader Ebtehal Elghamrawy from 2019 Leaders Africa.

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Ebtehal Elghamrawy is the Founder and Program Manager and Management Board Member of Educate Me. In this role, she manages the operations arm and income-generating department, maintaining a healthy average gross profit of 43%, and serving more than 6,000 educational staff at 303 schools across 7 Governorates as of January 2019. Previously, she worked as an implementer and manager of projects at The United Nations Children's Fund, Grameen Creative Lab, and Family Health International. She is passionate about sustainable change and financial sustainability of nonprofits.

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