Marwa Khobieh has been involved in the humanitarian field since the Syrian crisis in 2012. Marwa Finished her double major in Business Communication and Organizational Communication from Walden University, MN. Marwa channels her efforts and passion in advocating for refugee rights and supporting people from vulnerable communities. She was awarded The 2016 Community Service Award acknowledging her extensive volunteering efforts in Montreal by The Muslim Association of Canada. She was also a director and board member of the Canadian Alliances for Syrian Aid that supported and settled the first wave of Syrian refugees who arrived in Montreal in 2016/17. Marwa has extensive experience working on international projects including being a member of the Syrian Kid's Foundation, which provides free education for more than 2000 Syrian refugee kids in Al-Salam school in Ryhalni - Turkey. In addition, Marwa was the chief organizer of an academic team of volunteers from McGill University which helped sponsor the top five Syrian refugee students from Al-Salam school in Turkey who arrived in Montreal and received educational scholarships at Concordia University. Marwa moved to Toronto in 2017 and is currently a Program Management Consultant at the Syrian Canadian Foundation. She is responsible for establishing and managing various grant-based programs and runs research-based projects in partnership with academic/government institutions and the private sector, Marwa's vision is to empower Syrian newcomers and people from diverse and vulnerable backgrounds to promote meaningful cross-cultural exchanges within Canadian society.