2017 - 2018
CARE International - Caseworker on the gender team
Political Science, American University in Cairo
Menna Roshdy is a human rights and women’s rights activist. She graduated with honors from the American University in Cairo (AUC) with a degree in Political Science and a double minor in Arabic and Islamic Civilization and History. She is currently pursuing her Master’s degree in International Human Rights Law at AUC. She is a socially engaged student, participating in several organizations and working with different university offices. She was one of the organizers of an anti-sexual harassment campaign, a CBL project between AUC and Resala Association for Charity. She worked at the Office of Student Well-being assisting disabled students with their academic lives. She also assisted disabled students as a volunteer with the Helm organization. She is currently working on a project at the Center of Egyptian Women Legal Assistance (CEWLA).