Safaa Bilal was born in Denmark, raised in Saudi Arabia and is of Pakistani heritage. She holds an Academy Profession (AP) degree in Marketing Management and spent a semester in 2015 studying political science, economics and leadership at the Oxford Royale Academy. Safaa is involved as a volunteer and mentor in the start-up scene in both Denmark and Finland. As part of Al Maghrib, an educational institution, Safaa enjoys organizing authentic academic, spiritual and engaging spaces for youth. She is currently a BA candidate studying business and aims to continue her education by pursuing a MA in history and later a PhD in social innovation and philanthropy.
Updated May 2020
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