After 4 years of working in civic engagement, Mostafa Abdelfattah took, “maximizing the role of private sector in community development,” as a life mission.
After he graduated from the faculty of Business Administration, he applied to the Lazord Fellowship Program, his first professional step towards the world of civil society. During the fellowship, he was be able to paint a vivid picture about civil society.
He then started to recognize how the private sector organizations could fill the community gaps throughout his engagement in the CSR department of PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and his participation in many other programs.
In 2015, he joined the International Labour Organization (ILO) to work with the Exports Project team. This project aims to contribute to the promotion of decent work and competitiveness in Egypt by supporting improved compliance with fundamental principles and rights at work.
He recently joined USAID as CSR Technical Advisor on the Strengthening Entrepreneurship and Enterprise Development (SEED) project.
Mostafa’s interests include parachuting, diving, Oriental music, history, sociology and anthropology, global affairs, and networking.