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Lama AlGhalib Alsharif, a daughter, sister, wife, mother, and friend, has led the volunteer-based life of a social activist from the age of eleven. From lending a hand to hospitals, nurseries, and charity organizations to organizing fund-raising events and awareness programs, her life has been about adopting causes and fighting for them. Beginning at the age of seventeen, she was selected as a youth representative of Saudi Arabia in the Two Kingdoms Conference in London, England; the Sixty-Third UN General Assembly Conference in New York, USA; the World Economic Forum in Amman, Jordan; the Interfaith and Intercultural Dialogue Center in Vienna, Austria; and so on. This has made her feel like a global citizen and has also made her more aware of the many similar societal problems that every country faces.



She is a value-driven social activitist who strongly advocates community engagement. Her true goal is to build bridges with social enterprises across the world that can unite in the name of poverty abolishment, education, women’s empowerment, and youth empowerment. She graduated with a BS in management information systems from Dar Al-Hekma University, and she earned a diploma in international relations and diplomacy from Tufts University. She also currently completed her Masters of Arts in international relations from Dar Alhekma University.  


Her first volume of poetry was published in 2006, and her second volume of poetry "Swimming in the Desert- The Uncensored Poetry of a Saudi Social Activist" has been published by Authorhouse UK.


She is the founder and manager of Shababuna Consultancy Firm and Awareness Program and Forum, which focuses on youth empowerment through awareness.



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