Dina is an IT Security Consultant at Accenture and leads the development of functional designs for future state Identity and Access Management system deployments in the healthcare, insurance, pharmaceutical, and hotel industry; she also leads the development of client knowledge transfer sessions for new technology integrations.
Prior to joining Accenture Dina received her Bachelors in Computer Science from the American University of Beirut, and has recently earned her Master’s in Technology Innovation and Education from Harvard University. She spends much of her free time organizing events and conferences, and is currently the Co-Chair for the 12thArab Conference at Harvard which is the largest pan-Arab conference in North America. She is an advocate for Arab diaspora community building and is passionate about empowering women in STEM. She was a Girls Who Code mentor, and subsequently began mentoring young Arab women to pursue technical majors.
She is fluent in English and Arabic and is currently based in Boston Massachusetts. When she is not working or avidly planning events, she can be found back in Beirut enjoying great food with good company, or traveling discovering new cities.