Is Salma El-Wardany On Wikipedia? Her Age
Salma El-Wardany does not have a Wikipedia profile yet but has opened up about her life and work journey in many instances.
Her official website is mainly dedicated to her professional life while her story is still intact with Tedx.
She is proud of her origin as a half Egyptian, half Irish, and a bit 'Desi Muslim.' Her mother is Irish-Egyptian, while her father is a Pakistani Muslim. BBC's beloved Salma was born in a remote desert village in Egypt and grew up in North England. She was well-supported by her parents regarding her education and attending universities.
Salma obtained her Bachelor's degree in English Literature in 200 from Newcastle University. She went on to attend the same university next year to gain her Master's degree. Her initial working days were spent in Cairo during the Arab Spring. She actively participated in the revolution against the government by protesting and fighting through a blog.
Then young Salma documented her experiences as a young woman in Cairo and added the ideas of womanhood and gender identities. She then sought a corporate working life in London but found out that it was less fulfilling for someone who had been a part of the revolutions and writing.
Thus, started Salma's sane career in poetry and writing while speaking for radio and various platforms. She writes for multiple magazines, works as a radio host for BBC, and has worked with Edinburgh University on the Dangerous Woman Project,
Likewise, she has also run her internal marketing business as an expert for many years. Per her LinkedIn, she is the current Chief Diversity Officer at Solutions Driven and is in the same position at Digitally Human.