Mira Khaled is an award-winning MIT candidate in knowledge-economy and passionate about the correlation of storytelling, technology, education, and design to solve challenges within the Educational sector. She is a certified CELTA Instructor by Cambridge and IB MYP English teacher, an educational consultant, and a curriculum developer. She received a Higher Education English Access Programme (HEEAP) Teacher Training by the British Council for the refugee HOPES initiative and was awarded a Hackathon Prize by the American University of Beirut sponsored by ABLE, Microsoft, IEEE, and MADA Innovation Program for an Artificial Intelligence A.I. Accessibility project. She's also cofounded and helped develop proprietary curricula for various age groups and delivered a full program that prepares youth for 21st-century challenges. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature with a minor in Psychology.