Co-founder of Visualizing Impact, an organization dedicated to using graphic design to promote factual narratives of equality and dignity, she is a knowledge and development architect based in Beirut and Dubai. She graduated with a bachelor of Architecture and a bachelor of Fine Arts from Rhode Island School of Design. She developed her architectural skills in Beirut where she worked with Pierre Khoury Architects and Bernard Khoury. She completed her executive MBA with the EuroMBA program. Co-founder of Febrik, a non-profit organization registered in Beirut, she works in close collaboration with other architects and designers based in Beirut and London on projects addressing the dynamics and practices of public spaces and their users in relation to social and urban change. She has contributed to publications of which Abitare magazine and Y08: The Skira Yearbook of World Architecture. She has also collaborated on a mobility project for the Rotterdam International Architecture Biennale in 2003.