“Maxwell Botrous is an active civil society member that is passionate about development, grassroots organizations and community organizing. He graduated from British University in Egypt in 2015 with a BA degree in Political Science and since then has pursued different experiences in the development field working with refugee communities, homeless children, food aid projects and currently working with disenfranchised slums communities. Since 2017 he has created a monitoring and evaluation system for Arab Foundation for Sustainable Development (Ruwwad Al-Tanmya) and has been measuring the outputs and outcomes of its different programs in child development, youth empowerment and community organizing.
He has obtained different certificates in the field such as Certified Monitoring and Evaluation Diploma from School of Continuing Education at American University in Cairo, graduating from the Lazord Fellowship Program at John D. Gerhart Center for Philanthropy and Civic Engagement at American University in Cairo, Data Analyst certificate from the One Million Arab Codes Initiative, School of Social Data Management and Analysis at Daftar Ahwal Research Institute and a course in Leadership, Organizing and Action at Kennedy Executive School of Harvard University. He is also a member of different facilitation teams such as Ambassadors for Dialogue and Misryati for Peace Education.”