Amir Ahmad Nasr
Described by The Economist as “puckish” and by WIRED as a “formidable speaker,” Amir Ahmad Nasr is a former digital activist turned author, digital marketing strategist, and mission-driven entrepreneur
He is the co-founder and CEO of Mindvalley Arabic, a tech and next-gen education company, started in 2012 as part of Mindvalley Internationally, and focused on helping facilitate entreprenership and cultural change in the MENA region, specifically in the startup, digital, and progressive scenes.
He has shared the stage with Nobel Peace Laureates, former presidents, and fellow entrepreneurs and cultural innovators, and has been featured for his previous activism by The New York Times, The Guardian, The Huffington Post, France24 and Al Jazeera, amongst many others.
Born in Khartoum and raised during his childhood in Qatar, Amir currently resides in Southeast Asia and travels internationally regularly.