Nesrine is a final year computer science engineering student specializing in management and finance. She aspires to become a creative entrepreneur and a successful leader who inspires others.
Nesrine has demonstrated commitment to social community and extracurricular activities as well as leadership through academic work and community involvement. She was elected in 2012 as the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Student Branch chair in her campus, which was one of her greatest and most fruitful achievements because it widened her horizon and broadened her personality.
Nesrine was selected as a Microsoft Student Partner in 2012, working as part of a large technology community. This prestigious program helped her improve her engineering skills and gain valuable experience.
Nesrine is a Middle East Partnership Initiative (MEPI) Student Leader alumna. Through the program, she was exposed to a comprehensive cultural and academic experience, and she explored issues related to the political process, religion, civic engagement, communication skills, and project management.
She is a member of Action Positive Association, where she says she can “develop a keener appreciation for civic affairs and learn more about the politics of our civic systems by experiencing the effects of the policies on [her] community.” She also serves as an executive member of the Tunisian Association for International Cultural Exchange.
Nesrine is dedicated to affecting positive change and living a life of activism. She enjoys exploring foreign cultures, building new friendships, understanding people, and learning about the world. She wants to be aware of the inner concerns, hopes, and dreams of different nations and communities.