Miriam Ibrahim is a highest honors (magna cum laude) 2019 graduate from the American University in Cairo (AUC) with a bachelor's degree in journalism & Mass Communication (JRMC). Ibrahim has a double minor in Arab and Islamic Civilization Studies and Entrepreneurship. She won two awards from J. Walter Thompson for the “Best Solution” and “Award of Excellence” for her graduation project which tackled depression in Egypt amongst C-class individuals. Prior to joining the American Research Center in Egypt (ARCE), Ibrahim worked as a junior research consultant at Integrated Marketing Solutions (IMS) where she conducted research on the Egyptian Health Sector and the Industrial Modernization Center (IMC) for the Insulation Sector on 8 countries. She also created material for Human Resource development programs and worked as a research assistant at AUC. With a passion for photography, videography, research, and Egyptology, Ibrahim first joined ARCE’s Communications team as a “Print and Digital Content Coordinator” and then got promoted to “Communications Associate.” Her work at ARCE entails brief writing, supervising audio/visual production processes, assisting in marketing campaigns and developing content for ARCE’s social media platforms.
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