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Brief Bio

Nabila Elassar is an education specialist, leadership coach, and entrepeneur.


Her UN research experience began in 2002. Since then, her career has included numerous escapades of bringing valuable educational leadership ventures to global success.


She grew up in Kuwait and Egypt and moved to the Bay Area, California, USA, in 2015 to study at Stanford. She started Model UN at the age of 10 during a summer camp at the American University in Cairo, in Egypt., and has fallen in love with the activity ever since.

Her Model UN journey included multiple experiences as an award-winning delegate, committee trainer, international education consultant, and conference organizer. After completing undergrad, she became a multilingual Model UN program developer & consultant at the Hague International MUN. After attending a workshop by the United Nations Department of Global Communications at the UN HQ in New York, Nabila started United Ambassadors in May 2015. and began her journey as an education entrepreneur. 

As a student with learning differences, Nabila is living proof that MUN can help all types of learners build confidence, develop critical skills like advanced research, communication, public speaking ad diplomacy, at a young age. These experiences helped Nabila get better grades during formal education, and ultimately, advance in career.


In 2019, she completed a Master's Degree in Education Policy, Organization, and Leadership at Stanford University, with an emphasis on Education Technology.


Between 2015-2019, she earned an Executive Certification in Non-Profit Leadership from Harvard University, as well as two Executive Certifications in Entrepreneurship and Advanced Project Management from Stanford University's Graduate School of Business and Center for Professional Development. In 2013, she graduated with High-Honors from the German University in Cairo with a Bachelor's in Management Technology with a Double Major in Finance and Marketing. 

In 2019, Nabila worked at the United Nations Department of Global Communications as a project coordinator for the UN Hub at the Dubai 2020 World Expo as part of a graduate student internship. 

After graduating from Stanford, Nabila decided to pursue a career in education technology in Silicon Valley, California.

In 2020, she started working at Microsoft U.S. Education, and progressed to a role as Sr. Global Education PMM/ Strategy Manager within Corp. HQ.

Through United Ambassadors, Nabila has developed educational curricula and taught Model United Nations in the three major platforms to hundreds of students in multiple locations including Geneva, Switzerland,  London, UK, Doha, Qatar, Moscow, Russia, Cairo, Egypt, Kuwait, Dubai, Sharjah & Abu Dhabi, UAE, and New York, USA.


United Ambassadors' valuable initiatives in the field of Model United Nations have affected over 10,000 students (to date) who have taken part in the programs on-site, as well as thousands of website/ social media followers. United Ambassadors' delegates and staff have come from 140+ countries of residence + nationality, and its programs continue to consistently deliver excellence in every location.

Nabila's work in UN research contributed to the original development of accurate UN simulations. These academic contributions include the world's first accurate simulation of the International Court of Justice, the ECOSOC High-Level Political Forum, the Commission on the Status of Women, and the Human Rights Council. This work required extended, direct consultation with experts, officials and secretariat within these UN agencies and organs, and many curricular reviews.. 


In order to achieve this task, she traveled to the International Court of Justice to meet with the ICJ Information Department in the Hague, Netherlands, and arranged direct meetings and consultations with UN officials and subject matter experts from across the UN system un multiple offices.

Today, United Ambassadors educational programs have taken place in 5 major cities worldwide, and welcomed students from 140+ countries. Previous programs have included UA-MUNC at the UN HQ in New York and UN Office in Geneva. As well as the UA-MUN workshops held in collaboration with the United Nations in NYC, Geneva, London, and Dubai.

Moving forward. United Ambassadors will be transitioning to offering leadership accelerators for social impact in global policy and STEM sciences. Our curriculum will expand to include design thinking, social impact strategy, as well as STEM sciences, and the practical applications of  technology and AI.


United Ambassadors was built on the premise that critical leadership skills required can be developmed through platforms lthat give students visibility, encouragement, and skills-focused science learning, and that scaling social impact through these programs is possible.. UA's curriculum is designed to accelerate future success in any field, while instilling an understanding of social impact strategy.

We believe that education can change the world. Students today have the potential to be leaders for society, and the planet today, and timorrow. You can start now. 

One program, one speech, one delegate, one conference, and one gavel at a time.





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