She is an expert in early child education. She holds a Ph.D. in a thesis related to child’s literature and language. She is a teaching member at the Faculty of Education, Tanta University, Egypt. Her exact specialization at the university is child’s literature. She has been leading a considerable experience in the teaching field at the university since 2011.
Besides, she is an international trainer accredited by local and international institutions in each of Egypt, Jordan, and Saudi Arabia in cooperation with UNESCO); She holds a Training of Trainers (TOT) certificate. As well as she is a certified trainer in various fields, including: (Distance Learning from an international center in Jordan. She is also a certified trainer in Debono Curricula, Developing Dialogue Skills in Early Childhood, as well as a certified trainer in Media Dialogue Skills, etc).
She has presented many workshops and training courses inside and outside Egypt for governmental, private and civil society institutions, both physically and virtually to various prestigious audiences including: (university professors, media professionals, early childhood teachers, teachers in various fields of education) from different countries, including: (Egypt, Kuwait, Morocco, India, Britain, Thailand and the Philippines).
Moreover, she has participated in multiple international and local conferences, research, and scientific working papers published in refereed journals, as well as many scientific articles in the field of technology and education in the Journal of the Language of the Age in Egypt.
She also has participated as a guest of honor in many radio and television programs.
In conclusion, it is worth noting that she received some honorary awards as one of the best-emerging lecturers from an institution in India in June 2021, as well as award of honor by the Union of Arab Academics and Scientists in the Kingdom of Morocco’s office on “International Women’s Day” corresponding to March 8 in appreciation of her scientific efforts and contributions in 2021.