Ghada Zribi is a proud African and Tunisian mentor and project manager. She is a Global Shaper, certified meditation instructor, Human-Rights activist, women advocate, and award-winning blogger at 'From Tunisia, with Peace' and 'Peaceholics'.
Passionate about photography and storytelling, she received the Golden award by the British ambassador and Kalakar competition for her innovation using arts to shape her identity as a global citizen.
Ghada is the Founder and Continent coordinator of iBuild Africa; a youth-led equal-gendered movement that strives to unite African young potentials to take action on the continent’s challenges.
Ghada is using the power of digital influence and education to build a network of young African leaders who are making informed decisions to challenge the stereotypes, break the cycle of violence, and contribute to the development of their communities.
Ghada is a graduate in Humanities at the University of Carthage where she specialized in contemporary civilizations, translation, Teaching English as a Foreign Language, Italian, and literature. She is now an MA candidate in Communication and Media.
In 2014, she earned her spot among the young potentials of her country who gained the prestigious Thomas Jefferson UGRAD scholarship, thank to which she spent one academic and professional year in the United States majoring American and Peace & Justice Studies at the University of New Mexico.
In Albuquerque, USA, she worked with Sub-Saharan African and Iraqi refugees in the Lutheran Family Services that invested in the inclusion of refugees in the American society and served as a communication manager at the Peace and Justice department of the University of New Mexico.
Ghada's researches on the situation of women and girls in her region has paved the way for her to be the voice of women of her community in different international conferences. She was invited as a guest speaker at OxFam USA, and gave a speech at the Roundhouse of Santa Fe, USA in the celebration of Women's day, in which she highlighted the daily struggles faced by women in the world like forced marriage, sex trafficking, and discussed the importance of the ratification of CEDAW (Committee on the Elimination of Discrimination against Women).