Amira Sayed is an award-winning journalist and Egypt's representative at World Youth Parliament for Water.
Amira is Head of Department at the Egyptian Gazette newspaper .She is also media fellow at African Union and M.A student at the American University in Cairo.
Amira Sayed was chosen by the African Union as the first Arab and Egyptian female journalist to join the media fellowship after severe competition with 800 media professionals.
* In 2023 , she won " Champions of Change" award by embassies of Canada, Sweden and Mexico .
Amira Sayed was also recently accredited by the German Deutsche Welle in the field of mobile journalism and podcasts after completing the training program held in three countries.
Amira Sayed also participated as a UN observer in the climate summit held in Sharm El-Sheikh (COP27).
Amira Sayed was born in the village of Al-Atwani, Aswan Governorate, in Upper Egypt, and lives with her family in Cairo.
She represent Egypt in the World Youth Parliament for Water in 2018 and participated in the activities of the World Water Forum in Brazil.
In 2019, journalist Amira Sayed in Kuwait received the shield of the State of Kuwait at the Arab-Gulf YouthForum on Sustainable Development, and her initiative "Press for Sustainable Development" was selected among the top ten initiatives.
She also participated in the African continental summit in Niger and was awarded the title of Youth Ambassador for Peace as the first Egyptian to receive this title.
Amira also represented Egypt at the World Peace Summit, which was held in South Korea in 2020.
During her career, Amira met many heads of state and decision makers.