Mubarak Mohammed Noor is 26 years old. He is a young Sudanese who has more than five years of experience in the administration, executive, and voluntarism positions. Mubarak earned a Bachelor’s of Science in Business Administration from the University of Khartoum. Now he is MSc student at Necmettin Erbakan University in Turkey, while he is a volunteer as HR Director at Education Without Borders initiative, as well as his position as Innovation Spaces coordinator at Arab Innovation Network.
Mubarak has a career experience in several sectors such as telecommunications, energy, banking, and hospitality, he worked as a professional employee in many positions like HR, quality and administrative development, supervision, coordination and product development.
He has a passion towards volunteerism issues and community service, he works as a volunteer in many local and international organisations, and he is a co-founder of some community organisations and voluntary initiatives. Mubarak has a strong passion for empowerment youth.
Mubarak feels that his voluntary experience played a significant role in his ability to work systematically and helped strengthen his communication and interpersonal skills. He believesthat the volunteering opens our minds to new opportunities, meeting new people, networking, and establishesrelationships that will last into the future.
Mubarak thinks the best and most important role youth can play it in the implementation of the SDG's is volunteering, he thinks young people must take actions toward SDG's and not wait for governments.
Mubarak believes that the best and fastest way to gather people and get their support for any issue is by working and showing results, and that's exactly what he's trying to do in his life.