Rania Salah Seddik, is the founder of GebRaa and an MA holder in Public Policy specialized in Cultural policies, Central European University, Budapest. She has worked in the fields of human development with organizations like Ministry of Supply Egypt, World Food Program, USAID, Doctors without Borders and the Minnesota Population Center. Rania has also worked as a cultural coordinator with the American research center in Cairo (ARCE) and Marhaba NGO. She volunteered for many organizations in Cairo and Los Angeles like SIFE (now Enactus), Rotaract and UNICEF. Rania also speaks about entrepreneurship and women empowerment in events with organizations such as Injaz, AIESEC, Robert Bosch, German chamber in Cairo as well as UNEP and UNDP. Rania has been awarded many scholarships to attend entrepreneurship events in France, US, Spain, Italy, South Africa, Kenya and Mexico. Her dreams are centered around agriculture and culture of Egypt and everything that helps them flourish.