Engy Fouda is a Muslim Egyptian author, freelance engineer and journalist. She is currently a M.A. student for journalism at the Harvard Extension School and the Team Lead for Momken Group (Engineering for the Blind), Egypt Scholars Inc. She published several books including a book that made Amazon best selling charts for the Arabic books.
She received her B.Sc. and M.Sc. in Computer Engineering from Cairo University, in 2001 and 2006 respectively. In 2002, she joined the American University in Cairo as a teacher assistant in Electrical Engineering Department. Then she worked as a teacher assistant at the German University in Cairo (2003 - 2007), where she founded the GUC Robotics Research Group. She was the Editor in Chief for Mn Europa Elbalad magazine for 3 years. She is a Microsoft Charter member for .Net, and was a Microsoft Certified Trainer and she instructed many classes at different training centers. She is a volunteer at Resala Charity Organization, an Egypt and US-based charity organization. She was the team lead for the Resala software group. Throughout her career, she worked at several companies and did several freelance projects.
She is a wife and a mother. She plays taekwondo, rides horses, and loves nature. She speaks Arabic, English , good German, and very basic French.
Engy Foda received the IEEE RAB Leadership Award for the year 2002 and first place at Nortel Networks for graduation projects in 2001. She is a member in the IEEE, Microsoft Certified Professional Club and Egypt Engineering Syndicate.
Engy Fouda writes about parenting, education, travel, politics, and technology.
She has experience in designing and implementing programs and devices for the visually impaired, system analysis, databases, computer vision and image processing.
She loves teaching.