Nada Rashwan is an Egyptian reporter who has closely covered post-revolution Egypt, with experience in local news websites, wire services and freelancing.
As her college graduation with a business degree approached, she had known she had really wanted to pursue journalism and was hired for her first job halfway into an internship as a reporter.
Embarking on her profession of choice in extraordinary times, she has focused on observing the instrumental role played by the media’s various outlets and its reflection on the country’s unraveling political and social landscape.
For her stories, she has covered demonstrations, elections and the aftermath of much of the violence episodes Egypt has witnessed. She has also interviewed a number of key political figures from across the political spectrum.