Marwa Mourad Ahmed was in Alexandria, Egypt. Marwa recognized as a fighter, independent, and adaptable. She believes in charity, purity, faith, and the power of positive words.
In 2012 Marwa graduated from the Faculty of Arts, Greek and Roman, Archaeology Department, Alexandria University. In 2018 she finished her master degree from The Alexandria centre for Hellenistic studies, at Bibliotheca Alexandrina (BA), Arts, Architecture, and Archeology department, “The Realistic Representation in Alexandrian Sculpture” with a recommendation to publish her thesis. Currently a PhD student, she is looking for a better scholarship in archaeology and humanity. Recently she is working on developing herself, decision-making capabilities, and her leadership skills. Marwa's goal is to work in a multinational organization in the field of humanities, working in mega projects to help the society, regionally and globally. From 2012 to 2018 she worked as a school teacher in both national and international schools. In 2019 she started working as a home tutor. She attended three months summer training program for “tour guides” each year from 2009 to 2012 at the Alexandrian National Museum, and at The Egyptian Museum 2014.
Marwa’s mentor is Geraldine Sharpe-Newton.