Shrouk El-Attar is a distinguished advocate, engineer, and performer who has been recognized as one of the BBC’s 100 Most Influential Women and honoured by the United Nations.
With engineering expertise and impactful roles at organisations like Intel and NASA, she has not only excelled professionally but also actively championed refugee and LGBTQ+ rights.
Shrouk’s advocacy work is extensive, holding positions in organisations such as Engineers Without Borders UK and contributing to NASA’s Artemis project. As a celebrated belly dancer and drag performer, she uses her art for activism.
Shrouk’s journey from refugee to accomplished engineer and advocate adds depth to her captivating speeches, covering topics like LGBT+ rights, diversity in STEM, and the refugee experience. Book Shrouk El-Attar today for a memorable and impactful speaking engagement that will resonate with your audience.