Susan and Mahmoud will chat about his personal mental health story, and how racism, discrimination, and financial security impacted his wellbeing. He'll discuss the importance of youth mental health, social determinants of wellbeing, the changes we need to see in education, policy and healthcare, and more.
MORE ABOUT MAHMOUD
Above all, Mahmoud Khedr is human first. He’s a proud Egyptian Immigrant passionate about building equitable and scalable solutions empowering underserved communities addressing mental health and education. For the last 8 years, he’s been working at the intersection of technology, government, health, and social impact. Mahmoud previously worked at Facebook, Google, Echoing Green, and The NYC Mayor’s Office of Tech & Innovation. Everything Mahmoud has been involved throughout his career has been to end unnecessary suffering and empower people to flourish.
As a global advocate and speaker on mental health, youth empowerment, and social entrepreneurship, Mahmoud has received fellowships, awards and recognition from former President Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, Forbes Under 30, TEDx, and Stanford d. School. He graduated from the City College of New York with a B.S. in Social Entrepreneurship.