Sarah Abdallah is a Lebanese socialtech entrepreneur, technology enthusiast, women & youth rights activist. Sarah has graduated as a computer and telecommunications engineer from Saint Joseph University in 2011. She joined Murex Systems company after graduation, one of the top Fintech companies worldwide, where she worked as a technical consultant for six years on big projects across MENA, Europe & Singapore. Sarah was elected as a youth advisory council member at the US embassy in Beirut for two consecutive years (2015-2016). She was selected as a youth leader by the Swedish institute of Alexandria in 2016. During the same year, she was selected to participate in Techwomen exchange program in Silicon Valley, where she spent her four weeks mentorship period at LinkedIn San Francisco and worked on her social enterprise idea with top executives there. She started teaching professional branding at Saint Joseph University on March 2017 and founded her social enterprise named LIBRO whose mission is to turn youth & women challenges into opportunities. Sarah was selected as well as a global shaper part of the World Economic Forum early 2017, whose mission is to build a global community of outstanding young people committed to improving the state of the world. She was also assigned as co-leader for Facebook Developers Circle Beirut early 2018. Sarah is a regional speaker as well. She got the opportunity to share her experience & insights at more than 40 events and conferences across MENA.