Arab Reform Initiative Team
Fatmé Masri is leading on the Women, Peace and Security portfolio of the Arab Reform Initiative. She is a development practitioner with over a decade of experience in the strategic design and delivery of economic recovery and peace building programming in the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region. Her areas of expertise include research and policy development, capacity building and advocacy in youth, civil society, gender, and culture. She has facilitated various coalitions and platforms for inspirational voices from conflict ridden states. Thus, recognizing that if stability and peace are ever to be seen in MENA, it is through inclusive decision making and giving a voice to the voiceless.
She holds an undergraduate degree in History and Archaeology from the American University of Beirut, a Masters of Sciences on Public Policies for Heritage Management from University College London, and a Certificate in Forced Migration from the University of Oxford.