Dina khanat has over 10 years of professional experience in North American and the Middle East across private, public and non-profit sectors. Her experience includes media analysis, managing public perception and education, where she taught globalization and entrepreneurship courses at Zayed University in Dubai.
In addition, Dina closely worked with government officials in the UAE and the US Department of Defense, advising them on policy and strategy. She has a number of published commentary on the politics of the Middle East. She was selected for the Leading for Impact Fellowship, by the Skoll centre for social entrepreneurship at Oxford University, which recognizes leaders with the most potential to make an impact and to drive social change.
She lived in six countries and travels extensively. Dina is passionate about yoga and meditation and has a certification in mindfulness in business. She is currently completing an MBA at Said Business School at Oxford University. She holds an MA degree in International Affairs from George Washington University, a BA in International Relations and a BA in Political Science both from the University of Minnesota.