Is a Libyan-Canadian doctor, global security strategist, advocate for women’s rights, and the youngest High-Level Commissioner on Health, Employment, and Economic Growth appointed by the United Nations.
Murabit’s professional endeavors have led her throughout the world to promote women’s leadership in conflict resolution, peacebuilding, and security. “I know what it looks like to transform a family, community, country, and more, when we support, invest in, and uplift women,” says Murabit. “I strongly believe in women’s leadership, agency, equality, and power.”
Building an atmosphere where everyone’s contribution is valued and heard, mentoring and encouraging others to nurture and embrace their own leadership, and having zero tolerance for any form of harassment or abuse are some of her suggestions for leading with feminist values..