Founder & CEO of Injaz Egypt
Dina El-Mofty is the founder of Injaz Egypt, an organization which has a strong educational focus on entrepreneurship as well as work readiness and is part of the Junior Achievement worldwide network.
Injaz works in partnership with schools and universities across Egypt, and has helped impact more than half a million young people through its entrepreneurial and work readiness programs. The organization also has a strong focus on supporting young entrepreneurs through its startup incubator and helps them launch and accelerate their businesses.
She has started Injaz Egypt project in 2003, to become an independent institution under the Ministry of Social Solidarity in 2004. Injaz has seed funded and supported over 50 successful startup businesses over the past five years.
El-Mofty has recently founded Inspo, a company focused on delivering leading global programs on personal and professional development in Egypt and the Middle East. She is also actively involved with the American Chamber of Commerce as the Co-Chair of the Women in Business Committee, and is a Member of the U.S.-Egypt Business Council.
Nominated as one of the world’s most influential young Arabs under 40 by Arabian Business for 2016, El-Mofty holds a graduate degree from the Fletcher School at Tufts University and a bachelor’s degree from the American University in Cairo. Additionally, she spent time at Georgetown University during her undergraduate studies. She also holds professional degrees from Penn State University, INSEAD, and Harvard University.