CRISP - Crisis Simulation for Peace e.V.

Mohamed Shehab Eldin

Mr. Shehab brings in 16 years of experience as a social entrepreneur, Consultant, Coach, Facilitator and Speaker focusing on Leadership, Strategic planning, Conflict Resolution, Negotiation, Dialogue and Public Speaking.

He is the founder of RESOLVE consulting and a confounder of AL-SHEHAB Co., AL-SONBOLAH Textile, Newstar Textile, and AGRICYCLE for agricultural waste energy. He is also a senior consulting partner at IMPACT consulting and a partner at KARMSOLAR the leading Egyptian solar energy company

His development activities include being a co-founder and a former board member of Nahdet El-Mahrousa, The leading NGO incubating social entrepreneurs and social ventures targeting economic and social development issues in Egypt. He is also the Founding Curator of the Global Shapers Community- Cairo Hub, launched by the World Economic Forum in 2011, gathering key young leaders on one platform to work together.

He teaches Leadership, Conflict and Negotiation. He currently Lectures at the American University in Cairo, Business school – School of Executive Education. He previously taught at the Institute for Peace Studies, the Canadian International College and at the Modern Sciences and Arts University. He was invited as a guest speaker in various reputable universities and institutions including George Mason University, American University in Washington, Northern Virginia Mediation Services in USA, Doha institute for graduate studies and the Institute for Peace Studies in Alexandria and Vienna University.

Mr. Shehab holds a Masters degree in International Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution from the University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA, and a Bachelor degree in Business Administration from Helwan University in Egypt. He also holds a certificate in economic and political studies from Georgetown University and a Diploma in Negotiation and Conflict Resolution from Erasmus University in the Netherlands.