AmCham Inc. hosted a special roundtable on March 18th in Washington D.C. featuring two lady parliamentarians, Ms. Dalia Youssef and Marianne Azer. Discussions focused on the composition of the new parliament, its role in supporting Egypt’s economic reform program, as well as key legislations that are likely to be presented during the coming period. The roundtable was attended by a number of prominent members of the expatriate community in Washington D.C.
About Dalia Youssef: Dalia Fouad Youssef is the Vice President of Risk Free Egypt, the first and only Political/Security Risk Management Consultancy Firm in Egypt. Risk Free was founded in early 2009 by Dalia and her husband, Ihab Youssef, who is a prominent security specialist and former police officer, with a PhD in Extradition of Terrorists. About Dr. Marianne Azer: Dr. Marinanne Azer is the Associate to Egypt’s Minister of Communication and Information Technology for Strategic Initiatives. She is also the Director of the Information Center in the National Telecommunication Institute (NTI), and the Associate Professor in the School of Communication and Information Technology at Nile University.